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Nathan Edward Ott

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Ed Ott was an outfielder in the minors; he converted to catcher in spring training of 1975. He led the Carolina League (A ball) in triples with 10 in 1972. Ed didn't play in high school because they didn't have a team at Muncy High School. He was so good in football he was offered a scholarship to Arizona State University. His nicknames were 'Otter' and 'Troll'.

In 1979, he rode a bicycle from Philadelphia, PA to spring training in Bradenton, FL in support of Tug McGraw's charitable foundation for muscular dystrophy.

Ott joined the New Jersey Jackals as a coach in 2007-2009. In 2010, he became manager of the Sussex Skyhawks. He returned to New Jersey in 2011-2013.

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Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1985 Prince William Pirates Carolina League 65-74 6th Pittsburgh Pirates
1986 Watertown Pirates New York-Penn League 30-48 11th Pittsburgh Pirates
1997 Allentown Ambassadors Northeast League 39-43 7th Independent Leagues
1998 Allentown Ambassadors Northeast League 52-32 2nd (t) Independent Leagues Lost in 1st round
1999 Allentown Ambassadors Northern League East 47-39 1st Independent Leagues Lost in 1st round
2002 Allentown Ambassadors Northern League East 26-64 7th Independent Leagues
2003 Allentown Ambassadors Northeast League 32-58 8th Independent Leagues
2010 Sussex Skyhawks Can-Am Association 35-56 6th Independent Leagues

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