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The Scottsmen
Dale Scott
DaleScott@Verizon.net

Team History

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
5th T-2nd 8th 5th 4th 7th 8th 4th 3rd 3rd
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1st 7th 8h 6th 8th 4th 5th

Number of Ratt concerts Dale
hopes to attend before he passes
on to a more peaceful place:
Hit Counter

 

Scottsmen Reserve Picks

 

First Round

Second Round

'18

#6

#16

'19

DS

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'20

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'21

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'22

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'23

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Scottsmen Yearly Leaders
  Avg. HR RBI SB W S
Best .352 Albert
Pujols
2008
50 Prince
Fielder
2007
135 Albert
Pujols
2009

52

Michael
Bourn
2010

22

Jake
Arrieta
2015

51

Jeurys
Familia
2016
 
YR PL Avg. HR RBI SB W S
17 5 .319
 
 
.303
 
 
.301
Bryce
Harper
 
Adam
Lind
 
Anthony
Rendon
36
 
 
29
 
 
26
 
 
25
Jay
Bruce
 
Bryce
Harper
 
Josh
Bell
 
Anthony
Rendon
101
 
 
100
 
 
90
Jay
Bruce
 
Anthony
Rendon
 
Josh
Bell
21 Starling
Marte
15
 
 
15
 
 
13
Gio
Gonzalez
 
Alex
Wood
 
Jake
Arrieta
21 Felipe
Rivero
16 4 .319
 
  .315
 
 
.311
 
 
.307
 
 
.298
Jean
Segura
 
David
Dahl
 
Starling
Marte
 
Yadier
Molina
 
Carlos
Gonzalez
35
 
 
25
 
 
24
 
 
23
Matt
Kemp
 
Carlos
Gonzalez
 
Andrew
McCutchen
 
Neil
Walker
108
 
 
100
Matt
Kemp
 
Carlos
Gonzalez
47
 
 
33
Starling
Marte
 
Jean
Segura
18
 
 
18
Jake
Arrieta
 
Johnny
Cueto
51 Jeurys
Familia
15 8 .295 Howie
Kendrick
40 Carlos
Gonzalez
97 Carlos
Gonzalez
30
 
 
23
Starling
Marte
 
Cameron
Maybin
22 Jake
Arrieta
43 Jeurys
Familia
14 6 .291 Starling
Marte
29
 
 
21
Justin
Upton
 
Anthony
Rendon
102
 
 
90
Justin
Upton
 
Matt
Holliday
30 Starling
Marte
20 Johnny
Cueto
23 Sergio
Romo
13 8 .312 Troy
Tulowitzki
25
 
 
22
 
Troy
Tulowitzki
 
Will
Venable
82 Troy
Tulowitzki
41
 
 
22
Starling
Marte
 
Will
Venable
13 Ricky
Nolasco
38
 
 
33
 
Sergio
Romo
 
Kevin
Gregg
12 7 .301
 
 
.300
Martin
Prado
 
Dexter
Fowler
18 Brandon
Phillips
77 Brandon
Phillips
17 Martin
Prado
18
 
 
15
Johnny
Cueto
 
Tim
Hudson
32
 
 
23
J.J.
Putz
 
Huston
Street
11 1 .349
 
 
.337
 
 
.332
Troy
Tulowitzki
 
Jose
Reyes
 
Ryan
Braun
38
 
 
33
Prince
Fielder
 
Ryan
Braun
120
 
 
111
Prince
Fielder
 
Ryan
Braun
39
 
 
33
Jose
Reyes
 
Ryan
Braun
16 Tim
Hudson
45
 
 
29
J.J.
Putz

Huston
Street
10 3 .312 Albert
Pujols
42 Albert
Pujols
118 Albert
Pujols
52 Michael
Bourn
17 Tim
Hudson
22 Jonathan
Broxton
09 3 .327 Albert
Pujols
47 Albert
Pujols
135 Albert
Pujols
20 R.Braun/
L.Castillo
13 Braden
Looper
36 Jonathan
Broxton
08 4 .352 Albert
Pujols
37 R.Braun/
A.Pujols
115 Albert
Pujols
28 Matt
Holliday
17 Roy
Oswalt
30 Trevor
Hoffman
07 8 .338 Matt
Diaz
50 Prince
Fielder
119 Prince
Fielder
31 Dave
Roberts
16 Brad
Penny
21 Brett
Myers
06 7 .344 Freddy
Sanchez
29 Pat
Burrell
95 Pat
Burrell
49 Dave
Roberts
16 Brad
Penny
9 Dan
Wheeler
05 4 .319 Todd
Helton
36 Morgan
Ensberg
117 Pat
Burrell
11 Royce
Clayton
17 Andy
Pettitte
15 Chris
Reitsma
04 5 .334 Adrian
Beltre
48 Adrian
Beltre
121 Adrian
Beltre
22 Tony
Womack
15 Brian
Lawrence
4 Matt
Mantei
03 8 .330 E.Renteria/
V.Guerrero
25 Vladimir
Guerrero
100 Edgar
Renteria
34 Edgar
Renteria
12 A.Lieter/
L.Hernandez
22 Matt
Mantei
02 T2 .338 Larry
Walker
39 Vladimir
Guerrero
111 Vladimir
Guerrero
40 Vladimir
Guerrero
12 K.Rueter/
A.J.Burnett
38 Trevor
Hoffman
01 5 .320 Jose
Vidro
31 Bobby
Abreu
110 Bobby
Abreu
36 Bobby
Abreu
20 Jon
Lieber
43 Trevor
Hoffman
YR PL Avg. HR RBI SB W S
 
 
Great Scottsmen
Drew Gallagher,
9/30/11
Gentlemen:

The 27th year of the ESL has wrapped up and with it we are crowning our ninth different champion in Dale King Scott. The championship was well-deserved despite the troubling decision to start Brett Myers on the final day of the season. But for that, the Question Marks are eternally grateful and, in all probability, so should our Pal. Myers’ atrocious outing (well documented for Phillie fans) allowed both Mark and Chris to pass Dale in ERA on the final day. That coupled with my team’s remarkable 4 for 48 effort on the final day allowed the Question Marks to leap into a three-way tie for third place which, I believe, is unprecedented in the history of the league. So without further adieu I take you to the Scottsmen’s press conference and locker room celebration.

Dale Scott walks to the podium wearing nothing but Ryan Braun boxer shorts.

Reporter: “Dale, didn’t bring a change of clothes for post celebration?”

Dale: “What? Oh, you mean the outfit? No, I usually wear just underwear around the clubhouse. Shoot if I had been drinking champagne instead of Dale’s Pale Ale I’d probably be naked right now.”

(Sound of many journalists throwing up a little bit in their mouths.)

Reporter: “So how does it feel to finally win after all of these years?”

Dale: “Well first I’d like to thank my lord and savior, Ryan Braun. Water into wine? Try hitting 33 bombs and stealing 33 bases. You’re not going to find those types of numbers in Corinthians. Parting the Red Sea? Pretty cool but not as cool as fucking Bernie Brewer coming down the slide!”

Reporter: ̶ 0;Speaking of Braun, he’s going back into the draft next season. Is there any scenario you can envision where he is not a Scottsmen?”
Dale: “No.”

Reporter: “Seriously? I mean, unless Mal flies off to South Africa again next year to miss the World Cup, you don’t envision him trying to screw you on Braun by opening the bidding at, say, 65?”

Dale: “I stand by my prior response. No. My face will turn bright red and I’ll bid 66. Might be best if Mal just stays home again this year.”

Reporter: “You really think any player is worth that kind of money after the flame out failures of Pujols and Hanley this season?”

Dale: “I didn’t say Braun was worth 66. I think he’s worth more than that and will bid more if necessary. Look, I’ll put this into perspective for you guys. My only daughter is going off to college next year. She is the light of my life and I’ll be devastated when she leaves home. But the sadness I’ll feel at my daughter’s departure doesn’t eve n compare to Brauny leaving. If he leaves, a part of me dies. And I mean a good part like my penis.”

So will 2012 bring our 10th different champion? The morning line has Mal’s squad as the current favorites. He has amassed a list of keepers as deep as any in recent memory. Only problem is that he will likely trade most of those keepers before Thanksgiving--at least those not named Bryce Harper. (At this point I’d like to interject that Marty said that Bryce Harper couldn’t carry Kyle Blanks’ jockstrap.)

Payouts were $934.20 to Dale, $519.00 to your s truly and $207.60 each to Chris, Mark and Jamie.

The offseason has now begun for those of us who are Red Sox fans. The talent again appears to be well spread throughout the 10 ESL teams. And for those who might be looking for that oh so rare blend of speed, power and batting average my sources tell me that there is a kid by the name of Braun who will be there for the taking in April. Just be prepared to say 67.
 
 

2004
Keeper List
12 Kept for $68
 17 more needed for $222

Offense

Clayton, Royce 1 s2 Col ss
Drew, J.D. 11 s2 Atl of
Ensberg, Morgan 1 s2 Hou 3b
Hammock, Rob 3 s2 Arz c
Renteria, Edgar 24 s1 StL ss
Stynes, Chris 4 s1 Pit 3b
 

Pitchers

Acevedo, Jose 1 s2 Cin p
Cormier, Rheal 1 s2 Phi p
Hernandez, Livan 1 s2 Mon p
Lawrence, Brian 7 L2 SD p
Mantei, Matt 3+10 s1 Arz p
Redding, Tim 1 s1 Hou p
 

Rookie Players

Kelton, Dave 5 s3 Chi of
Lane, Jason 10 s3 Hou of
Stokes, Jason 5 s3 Fla 1b

 

2003
Keeper List
13 Kept for $112
 15 more needed for $178
(doesn't include Xavier Nady & Abraham Nunez)

Offense

Benard, Marvin 5 s2 SF of
Buchanan, Brian 4 s2 SD of
Guerrero, Vladimir 43 s2 Mon of
Renteria, Edgar 24 s2 StL ss
Shinjo, Tsuyoshi 1 s1 NYM of
Vidro, Jose 11 L2 Mon 2b
 

Pitchers

Batista, Miguel 1 s1 Arz p
Guthrie, Mark 1 s2 Chi p
Lawrence, Brian 2+5 s1 SD p
Penny, Brad 12 L2 Fla p
Rueter, Kirk 1 s1 SF p
Tomko, Brett 1 s2 StL p
Tucker, T.J. 1 s2 Mon p
 

Rookie Players

Lane, Jason 5 s3 Hou of
Nady, Xavier 10 s3 SD of
Nunez, Abraham 5 s3 Fla of

2001
Keeper List
15 Kept for $129
 12 more needed for $161

Offense

Crespo, Felipe

1

s2

SF

of

Lowell, Mike

10+5

s1

Fla

3b

Miller, Damian

2

s2

Ari

c

Ochoa, Alex

11

s2

Cin

of

Owens, Eric

7+5

s1

SD

of

Vidro, Jose

1+10

s1

Mon

2b

Young, Dmitri

13

s1

Cin

1b-of

 

Pitchers

Burnett, A.J.

5

s2

Fla

p

Fernandez, Osvaldo

3

s2

Cin

p

Hayes, Jimmy

2

s2

Mil

p

Hoffman, Trevor

32

s2

SD

p

Lieber, Jon

8

s1

Chi

p

Penny, Brad

7

s2

Fla

p

Williams, Woody

1+5

s1

SD

p

Worrell, Tim

1

s2

Chi

p

 

Rookie Players

Davis, J.J.

5

R

Pit

of

Dawkins, Gookie

5

R

Cin

ss

Serrano, Wascar

3

R

SD

p

Tucker, T.J.

4

R

Mon

p

2002
Keeper List
16 Kept for $112
 11 more needed for $178
(does NOT include Nuegebauer)

Offense

LoDuca, Paul

1

s2

LA

c-1b

Lowell, Mike

15

L2

Fla

3b

Miller, Damian

2

s1

Ari

c

Ochoa, Alex

11

s1

Mil

of

Rollins, Jimmy

5

s2

Phi

ss

Shinjo, Tsuyoshi

1

s2

SF

of

Truby, Chris

1

s2

Mon

3b

Vidro, Jose

11

L3

Mon

2b

 

Pitchers

Batista, Miguel

1

s2

Ari

p

Burnett, A.J.

5

s1

Fla

p

Fikac, Jeremy

1

s2

SD

p

Hoffman, Trevor

32

s1

SD

p

Lawrence, Brian

2

s2

SD

p

Pavano, Carl

6

s2

Mon

p

Penny, Brad

7+5

s1

Fla

p

Williams, Woody

6

L2

StL

p

 

Rookie Players

Dawkins, Gookie

10

s3

Cin

ss

Melian, Jackson

4

s3

Mil

of

Nady, Xavier

5

s3

SD

of

Neugebauer, Nick

2

s3

Mil

p

 

Scottsmen
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