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Dec '11 06

Prospects in 2011 – Scott Ronnenbergh – AZL Mariners

We are taking a look back at the 2011 season in the Minor Leagues for our European prospects.

Scott Ronnenbergh

Birth Date: 01/11/1992 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Throws/Bats: Left/Left
Organization: Seattle Mariners
Position: Pitcher

2011 Season: The left-handed pitcher Scott Ronnenbergh returned to the Arizona Summer League in his second professional season. He doubled his time on the mound, but unfortunately also nearly tripled his ERA. He went 1-0 with an ERA of 5.90 in 16 appearances (one start). He struck out 23 batters in 29 1/3 innings, walking 13.
Career Stats: W-L 1-1, ERA 4.75, WHIP 1.872, 24 GP, 1 GS, 41.2 IP, 31 SO, 24 BB
Highest Level: Rookie (2010, 2011)
Link to Baseball Reference

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