Scott Proctor Signs In Korea

Reliever Scott Proctor signed with Korea's Doosan Bears, reports Dan Kurtz of  The team added Dustin Nippert back in November.

Proctor, 35, pitched for the Braves and Yankees in 2011.  He posted a 7.14 ERA, 6.5 K/9, 6.9 BB/9, 2.5 HR/9, and 31.6% groundball rate in 40 1/3 innings.  Proctor's average fastball velocity was up to 93.8 miles per hour, but it didn't translate into outs.

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  1. 14 Rocks 4 years ago

    He better hope that Korean players don’t know how to hit a stick straight fastball.

  2. The Yankees signed him to eliminate Boston from the playoffs. It worked to that extent.

  3. Jacob Viets 4 years ago

    Best of luck to him hopefully he is able to find the form he had when he was with the Yankees the first time

  4. SID PORTER 4 years ago

    Joe Torre wore him out.  I hope he is a success in Korea.

  5. 0bsessions 4 years ago

    A direct result of Joe Torre leaving his post with the MLB. He figured the safest bet was to just get as far away as possible just in case.

  6. elbeisbol 4 years ago

    My brother was in Korea for work last year and went to a Doosan Bears game. He bought me a hat, but it doesn’t fit on my big ass melon. 

  7. NYBravosFan10 4 years ago

    He’s absolutely worthless. I’m not saying that he’s the sole reason that the Braves missed the playoffs but they did only miss by one game…

  8. Lastings 4 years ago

    Now it all makes sense why Joe Torre stepped down from MLB. So now he can go manage Scott Proctor in Korea.

    • AndreTheGiantKiller 4 years ago

      Manage? I think the word you’re looking for is abuse.

  9. Guest 4 years ago

    I’ll never forget the magical season he had for the Braves…

  10. ATL_Mindset 4 years ago

    North Korea, I hope.

  11. withpower 4 years ago

    Guy wrecked his shoulder taking the ball every day and he wants to play until they rip the uniform off him.

    The only joke here is you — and you’re not funny.

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