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Scott Brosius #29

PERSONAL: Scott David Brosius...resides in McMinnville, OR, with wife Jennifer and children Allison, Megan, and David...graduated from Rex Putnam (Milwaukie, OR) High School in 1984 where he starred in football, basketball and baseball…attended Linfield (OR) College...selected in the 20th round of the 1987 Draft by Oakland Athletics.

MANAGING/COACHING CAREER:
Begins his first season as the Big League assistant coach, his second year in the Mariners organization...spent 2016 as the hitting coach for AAA Tacoma...prior to joining the Mariners organization began his coaching career at Linfield College as an assistant coach in 2002 and was named manager prior to the 2008 season...in eight seasons as manager, Brosius compiled a 270-96 win-loss record while leading the Wildcats to a national championship, four regional titles and five Northwest Conference crowns...led Linfield to the playoffs a total of six times, including three straight years from 2013-15, for a total postseason record of 29-14... under his reign, Linfield captured its first NCAA baseball title in 2013 and returned to the Finals in 2014, achieving the first back-to-back national appearances in program history...was named West Region Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2014 and Northwest Conference coach of the year five times (2008, 2010, 2011, 2013 & 2014)...Brosius, twice named USA Baseball Coach of the Year, coached the USA 18-under national team to gold medals in the 2011 COPABE Pan American AAA/U18 Championships and the 2012 IBAF World Championships.

PLAYING CAREER:
Appeared in parts of 11 Major League seasons with Oakland (1991- 1997) and New York-AL (1998-2001), batting .257 (1001x3889) with 544 runs scored, 200 doubles, 8 triples, 141 home runs and 531 RBI over 1,146 career games...was originally selected by Oakland in the 20th round of the 1987 amateur draft out of Linfield College and made Major League debut with the Athletics on Aug. 7, 1991 vs. Seattle (2x4, R, HR, RBI)...was part of three winning World Series teams with the Yankees (1998, 1999 and 2000)...Gold Glove award recipient in 1999...named the Most Valuable Player of the 1998 World Series and played in the 1998 All-Star Game ...combined to hit .314 (22x70) with 3 doubles, 4 home runs and 13 RBI in 20 combined World Series games.