MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE TIME: 4 Years
CAREER: Was promoted to the Major League staff for the 2011 season worked the 2012 A.L. Division Series (DET-OAK)...collected 529 days of service in the Major Leagues as a call-up umpire in his career and had been called up to the Majors and worked Major League Spring Training each year since 2006 before being promoted to the full-time staff in 2011 first Major League game was June 4, 2006 (Red Sox at Tigers), when Scott was at third base was a Minor League Baseball umpire from 2000-2010, working in the International League (Triple-A) from 2005-2010...previously worked in the Appalachian League (2000-01), South Atlantic League (2001), Midwest League (2002), Carolina League (2002), Arizona Instructional League (2002), Eastern League (2003-04) and the Arizona Fall League (2005-06)...umpired the Orlando round of the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006.
PERSONAL: Born in August 1976 in Michigan, where he still lives...married to Christine with children Cameron and Alex...played three sports at Quincy (MI)?High School...graduated from Olivet College in Michigan with a degree in Secondary Education teaching, majoring in social sciences and minoring in health and physical education...played football, basketball, baseball and golf at Olivet...interests include golf, weightlifting, working on classic cars and spending time with friends and family...Scott's favorite career moment was when his brother, a member of the Army, delivered the game ball to the mound at Comerica Park at?Detroit after returning from deployment in Iraq, in front of family and friends.
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