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Scott Steinmann

Three Midwest League seasons:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Mariners, free agent, 1996 (?)
  • Professional Career: Three seasons in the low minors; Seattle organization.
  • Midwest League: Played at Wisconsin in 1998.

Management style

Steinmann's what you might call a "sabermetric" manager, though I imagine he'd object to that characterization: His teams don't often bunt, only steal when the leverage is high, and he almost never issues intentional passes.



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MWL Fan's Guide

Scott Steinmann

DOB: July 17, 1973 Cincinnati, Ohio

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT

2009 Clinton Midwest (A) Mariners - - - - - - - - -
2008 West Tenn Southern (AA) Mariners 138 4 20 133 .65 64 70 68 .507
  Playoff Qualifier
2007 High Desert California (A+) Mariners 140 1 8 149 .64 48 54 86 .386
2006 Seattle American (ML) Mariners Leave of Absence
2005 Wisconsin Midwest (A) Mariners 139 1 6 196 .72 27 76 63 .547
  Playoff Qualifier
2004 Mariners Arizona (R) Mariners 56 0 1 107 .75 9 31 26 .554
2003 Mariners Arizona (R) Mariners 55 0 2 101 .70 11 29 19 .604
2002 San Bernardino California (A+) Mariners Coach
2001 Wisconsin Midwest (A) Mariners Coach
2000 Wisconsin Midwest (A) Mariners Coach
1999 Everett Northwest (A-) Mariners Coach
1996-98       Playing Career

Minors 5 Seasons   528 6 37 686 .69 159 260 262 .498
Coach 4 Seasons  

Total 5 (9) Seasons   528 6 37 686 .69 159 260 262 .498
Some statistics are not currently available.

This page may be incomplete.

Key to the Manager Statistics

G = games
CG = complete games
IBB = intentional walks
SBA = stolen base attempts
SB% = stolen base percentage
SH = sacrifice hits (bunts)
W = wins
L = losses
PCT = won/lost percent

A note about using stats to compare managers.


Sources

My standard sources are described here.





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