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Scott Arnold

Scott Gentry Arnold is an American retired professional baseball player whose career spanned seven seasons. His career included spending a part the 1988 season in Major League Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals. Arnold, a pitcher, compiled no record with a 5.40 earned run average (ERA) and eight strikeouts in six games, all in relief appearances during his major league career. He also played in the minor leagues with the rookie-league Johnson City Cardinals, the Class-A Springfield Cardinals, the Class-A Savannah Cardinals, the Class-A St. Petersburg Cardinals, the Double-A Arkansas Travelers and the Triple-A Louisville Redbirds. Over his minor league career, Arnold compiled a record of 58–50 with a 3.55 ERA in 171 games, 148 starts. Before turning professional, Arnold played baseball at Miami University.
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