Scott Gatzke

last updated 4/17/2018

Scott Gatzke

Third Baseman at Saints

General Information

Experience

Network Administrator - Minnesota Workers' Compensation Insurers Association Inc

Network Specialist - 3D-ICT

Affiliations

Board Member - NSCBL League

Secretary - Classic League

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Scott Gatzke

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Scott Gatzke

Scott Gatzke
Scott Gatzke Baseball Background: Scott played only five years of little league and Babe Ruth baseball as a boy in Duluth and then picked the game back up as in adult in 1992 at the age of 32. He has also played in both the Park National amateur league and the American Baseball Association since that time. He first joined the over 35 league as a 33-year-old catcher and played for three teams before he joined the Saints in 2002. He came over in a blockbuster trade with Lexington Park involving a warm six-pack of Old Milwaukee, one pair of sanitary socks, a used ball bag and, oddly enough, several items of women's under garments. This transaction is viewed by many as a turning point in league history. The debate has been mainly over whether it was a positive or negative turning point. Favorite Pro Team: LA Dodgers Profession: Scott has been a computer network engineer for the past 13 years since closing his less than lucrative commercial photography studio.

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Scott Gatzke

Scott Gatzke
Scott Gatzke Baseball Background: Scott played only five years of little league and Babe Ruth baseball as a boy in Duluth and then picked the game back up as in adult in 1992 at the age of 32. He has also played in both the Park National amateur league and the American Baseball Association since that time. He first joined the over 35 league as a 33-year-old catcher and played for three teams before he joined the Saints in 2002. He came over in a blockbuster trade with Lexington Park involving a warm six-pack of Old Milwaukee, one pair of sanitary socks, a used ball bag and, oddly enough, several items of women's under garments. This transaction is viewed by many as a turning point in league history. The debate has been mainly over whether it was a positive or negative turning point. Favorite Pro Team: LA Dodgers Profession: Scott has been a computer network engineer for the past 13 years since closing his less than lucrative commercial photography studio.

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