Umpire Chats: Dale Scott

Dale Scott was a Major League Baseball Umpire from 1985-2017 and spent the final sixteen years of his career as a crew chief. A three time World Series and All-Star Game official, Scott retired prematurely after four concussions in five years, finishing his career just twelve games short of 4,000 games umpired. He recently joined Dave O in Clubhouse Conversation’s “Umpire Chats” to answer many of YOUR questions about the game and umpiring but also, about his past life as a Top 40 radio host, umpiring and interacting with President George W. Bush during the historic 2001 World Series, the empowerment in being the first MLB Umpire to openly come out, great Royals stories and lots more! (Photo Courtesy Major League Baseball)

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