Chilton Scott Stratton
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut April 21, 1888
- Final Game July 2, 1895
- Born October 2, 1869 in Campbellsburg, KY USA
- Died March 8, 1939 in Louisville, KY USA
"Then there is Scott Stratton, whom I regard as the coming man of the country. . . He is a hard worker . . . President Phelps says now that he has no superior in the Association . . ." - a columnist writing in Sporting Life, July 19, 1890
Scott Stratton pitched, played outfield and also was a first baseman. As a pitcher, he won the American Association ERA championship in 1890 and posted a record of 34-14. As a hitter, his batting average was usually better than average.
He also hit well in the minors. In 1895, playing for the St. Paul team managed by Charlie Comiskey, he hit .381. In the minors from 1895-1900 he was primarily an outfielder, and the press at least once referred to him as "the former pitcher" although he had played quite a bit of outfield even as a major league rookie in 1888. He was the brother-in-law of Bill Anderson.
It was said he had typhoid fever in 1891.
Outside of baseball, he had a grocery business and later working in haberdashery. In 1888, Sporting Life stated that it was said Stratton was going to run a "still" that winter.
- AA ERA Leader (1890)
- AA Winning Percentage Leader (1890)
- 20 Wins Seasons: 2 (1890 & 1892)
- 30 Wins Seasons: 1 (1890)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 4 (1888, 1890, 1892 & 1893)
- 300 Innings Pitched Seasons: 3 (1890, 1892 & 1893)
- 400 Innings Pitched Seasons: 1 (1890)
- 200 Strikeouts Seasons: 1 (1890)