Dale Scott

Dale Scott cooperstownexpert.com
Birthdate 8/14/1959
Death Date
Debut Year 1985
Year of Induction
Teams American League, MLB
Position Umpire

MLB’s first openly-gay umpire, Dale Scott worked 3 All Star games, 12 Divisional Series, 6 League Championship Series, and 3 World Series.

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Dale Scott called balls and strikes in the 2011 All Star game; here he signs for his All Star ring

Dale Scott called balls and strikes in the 2011 All Star game; here he signs for his All Star ring

A crew chief for 16 of his 32 Major League seasons, Dale Scott was one of the most respected umpires of his day. Selection to post season jobs is based on merit and Scott worked in 18 October Series and three All Star games. In 2014, thirty years into his big league career, Scott came out to become
Justin Verlander signed ticket to his 2007 no hitter; Dale Scott was the crew chief

Justin Verlander signed ticket to his 2007 no hitter; Dale Scott was the crew chief

Dale Scott witnessed some memorable moments over the course of his 32-year career as a Major League umpire. Among them was Justin Verlander’s no-hitter on June 12, 2007. The crew chief was the first base ump that day and saw Verlander at his best. The 112-pitch effort featured a then-career hi

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