Rodney Scott

Rodney Scott was selected by the Royals in the 11th round of the 1972 draft and played with Kansas City in 1975 before being traded to Montreal for Bob Stinson. A switch-hitting infielder, Scott spent parts of eight seasons at the MLB level and in 1980, stole 64 bases with the Expos while also leading the league in triples (13). The Indianapolis native would go on to also play for the Athletics, Cubs and Yankees. Rodney recently joined Dave O to talk about how Kansas City found him, spending time at the Royals Academy, how he got the nickname “Cool Breeze,” becoming a regular second baseman with Montreal and much more! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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