Scott Ruffcorn

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Scott Patrick Ruffcorn

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Scot Ruffcorn pitched in five major league seasons with the Chicago White Sox and Philadelphia Phillies. He never won a game, going 0-8 in 30 games, including 9 starts; his career ERA was 8.57. He committed 3 errors in a game on September 28, 1993.

Ruffcorn pitched 8 years in the minors with an outstanding 64-25 record and a 3.26 ERA. In 1992 he went 14-5 with Sarasota; in 1994 he went 15-3 with Nashville; and in 1996 he went 13-4 with Nashville.

Ruffcorn was part of the 1993 White Sox and 1994 White Sox, both of which led their division. The majority of his major league appearances, though, were with the 1997 Philadelphia Phillies.

In 2007 he is coaching at St. Stephens Episcopal School, where one of the head coaches is Keith Moreland. He has two children named Lisa and Jason.


Ruffcorn holds the alltime record for the most consecutive seasons with an ERA above 7.00 (no minimum IP). He had five consecutive seasons (which constituted his entire career).

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