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Oakland A's MLN: Kane County Flirts With History

During his three-year career with Seton Hall, Joe Scott made only 14 appearances on the mound. Most of his time with the Pirates was spent at third base. So it is probably safe to say that he never dreamed in college that he would be on the verge of throwing a no-hitter. However, that was almost the case on Monday, as Scott threw seven no-hit innings before turning the game over to the bullpen. Find out the details of Scott's stellar performance and other news from around the organization…

Joe Scott is the kind of player everyone roots for. Coming out of college, Scott was a decent hitting third baseman with a cannon for an arm and a little bit of pitching experience. He was also undrafted. But the A's took a flier on the New Jersey native's big right arm and decided to convert him into a pitcher. Unfortunately for Scott, his development was pushed back some when he broke his right...