Scott McGregor

From BR Bullpen

Note: This page is for 1980s major league pitcher Scott McGregor; for the minor league pitcher with the same name, see Scott McGregor (minors).

Scott McGregor.jpg

Scott Houston McGregor

BR page

Biographical Information[edit]

Scott McGregor had a successful pitching career of 13 years in the major leagues, all with the Baltimore Orioles. He had a lifetime record of 138-108, with a record of 20-8 in 1980. He pitched 34 innings in two World Series with an ERA of 2.12. An All-Star in 1981, he was twice sixth in the Cy Young Award voting.

He was a high school teammate of George Brett in El Segundo, CA. Brett was a second-round draft pick in 1971 while McGregor was a first-round draft pick of the New York Yankees in 1972.

After retiring as a player, McGregor worked as a minister in the Baltimore area before returning to baseball as a coach.

Notable Achievements[edit]

Related Sites[edit]