Scott Sizemore

#293B,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 185
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Virginia Commonwealth
Birth Place: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Draft: 2006 5th round by the
  • Best of MLB: Howie Kendrick hits 2 HRs as Nationals snap Angels' win streak
    CSN Philly

    Best of MLB: Howie Kendrick hits 2 HRs as Nationals snap Angels' win streak

    SAN DIEGO — The Phillies played poorly in all phases of the game in suffering an 8-4 loss to the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night. The Phils had just four hits in the first eight innings of the game. They made two errors. The Phillies have lost three in a row and five of their last six to fall to 43-74. The Padres aren't much better at 53-66, but they're better than the Phillies. The Phillies are 1-4 against the Padres this season. Starting pitching report Mark Leiter Jr., filling in for injured Vince Velasquez, did not pitch well. However, his mates played horrible defense behind him. Leftfielder Rhys Hoskins misplayed a ball into a double in the first inning and that led to three runs, and

  • Wire Taps: Strasburg may return soon; Zim’s dropoff...
    Federal Baseball

    Wire Taps: Strasburg may return soon; Zim’s dropoff...

    Okay. Not a bad day, right? Stephen Strasburg is coming back soon, Trea Turner and Jayson Werth are recovering well — anything else go right? Here’s the news from Nats Park. Stephen Strasburg likely to return in San Diego, A.J. Cole sent back to Syracuse Stephen Strasburg could make his return to the majors in his hometown of San Diego after a DL stint that lasted less than a month but has felt like a year. (Oh, and yeah, Trea Turner is hitting on the field again.) The Nats' relationship with the rain has been a slippery slope The Nats are bad at relaying information about delays, both to players and fans, and deciding on when to play and when to halt the game. There's gotta be a better way,

  • Twins GM jokingly compares trading process to Tinder
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    Twins GM jokingly compares trading process to Tinder

    Levine's swipe game on point? Maybe. Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Minnesota Twins mostly kept a low profile at this year’s trade deadline, and GM Thad Levine has an interesting parallel for what the process is like. In a recent interview with Baseball Prospectus’ Aaron Gleeman, a joking Levine compared the trade procedure to the popular online dating app Tinder. “Most of it’s done through Tinder,” he said. “You don’t get off the ground quickly, no trades. A lot — too much, in my opinion — is put on the profile picture. Actually, none of that’s true.” The Twins were sellers to an extent this year, trading All-Star reliever Brandon Kintzler to the Washington Nationals and flipping Jaime