Scott Spiezio

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Scott Edward Spiezio

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Biographical Information[edit]

Scott Spiezio was released by the St. Louis Cardinals in February of 2008 following a bad year from a legal and character standpoint. He had missed over a month of the 2007 season while being treated for a substance abuse problem. On December 30th, he had been in a car crash and was charged with six counts. He pleaded guilty in April and was given three years probation, court-mandated participation in an alcohol rehabilitation program and 80 hours of community service.

He is the son of Ed Spiezio. Another relative - Mickey Spiezio - was a professional bowler. Scott hit .320/~.346/.560 as the third baseman for Team USA in the 1990 World Junior Championship.

He sang in a band called Sandfrog.

Further Reading[edit]

  • Anthony Castrovince: "How a WS-winning father and son found their way back to each other",, June 17, 2023. [1]

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