Scott Brown

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Scott Edward Brown

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Biographical Information[edit]

Scott Brown pitched well in his only major league stint, with the Cincinnati Reds in 1981. After the season he was traded even-up to the Kansas City Royals for Clint Hurdle, who had injury problems but was still hitting.

Scott was in 10 games with the Reds with an ERA of 2.77. He was the same age as teammate Mario Soto and twelve years younger than Tom Seaver.

In 1979 he led the Southern League with a 2.40 ERA.

He is not to be confused with the person of the same name who is general manager of the Binghamton Mets.

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