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Scott Bradley (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (March 22, 1960- )
    Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey
    Attended the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
    Catcher/pinch hitter for the New York Yankees (1984-1985), Chicago White Sox (1986), Seattle Mariners (1986-1992) and the Cincinnati Reds (1992)
    Brother of U.S. Men's National Soccer Team head coach Bob Bradley
    Head coach for the Princeton University baseball team (1998- )
    He shares his name with a music composer.
    He was traded three times in his playing career.
    He committed 8 errors during the 1987 season.
    During his Major League debut, he broke his finger during a collision at home plate.
    He named his son after himself.
    He batted left-handed.
    He was the catcher who caught Randy Johnson's first no-hitter as it was also the Mariners' first ever no-hitter.
    He hit two home runs in a game against the Oakland Athletics (August 10, 1987).
    He was barely struck out.
    He was the final Major League player to record a hit in the history of the old Comiskey Park.

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