Scott Beerer

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Biographical Information[edit]

Scott Beerer was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 23rd round of the 2001 Amateur Draft from Orange Coast College but did not sign. Over the next year he improved his draft stock considerably as the Colorado Rockies took him in the 2nd round of the 2003 Amateur Draft from Texas A&M University. Beerer played in the Rockies minor league system from 2003-2011 though there is a gap in the Baseball Reference record for 2007-2008. He reached AAA for the first time in 2011 and again played at that level with the Baltimore Orioles organization in 2012. This last year brought his playing career to a close. Across eight minor league seasons, Beerer hit .304/.348/435 while appearing in 412 games. Beerer was primarily an outfielder during his career, but he also pitched from 2003-2006. He had a 6-6 record with 35 saves with a 4.79 ERA while working mostly as a relief pitcher.

Beerer returned to the Orioles in 2013 as a hitting coach for the Aberdeen IronBirds. In 2014 he worked as a minor league outfield & baserunning instructor. He essentially kept the same job in 2015-2016 though his title changed from instructor to coordinator. In addition to his coordinating role, Beerer once again served as a hitting coach for the IronBirds in 2016.

Beerer left baseball after 2016 and went into private business.

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