Scottdale Scotties
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Scottdale Scotties
Scottdale Scotties
Scottdale, Pennsylvania
Minor league affiliations
Previous classesClass C
LeagueMiddle Atlantic League
Major league affiliations
Previous teamsSt. Louis Cardinals (1929-1931)
Team data
Previous names
  • Scottdale Cardinals (1931)
  • Scottdale Scotties (1925-1930)

The Scottdale Scotties were a minor league baseball team located in Scottdale, Pennsylvania from 1925 until 1931. The club was a member of the class C Middle Atlantic League. The team was primarily named the Scotties; however, the club was renamed the Scottdale Cardinals in 1931. The team was affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals from 1929 until 1931.

The team was managed by future St. Louis manager Eddie Dyer in 1929 and 1930. Also in 1930 future Hall of Famer Joe Medwick, played as an outfielder for the Scotties.

Notable alumni

Year-by-year record

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1925 18-41 -- Joe Brahaney none
1926 51-61 5th Mike Mowrey none
1927 57-54 5th Moose Marshall none
1928 40-76 8th Mike Flaherty none
1929 57-58 5th Eddie Dyer none
1930 59-55 4th Eddie Dyer none
1931 78-55 4th Clay Hopper none


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