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Scott Hilpert: Power-hitting Utility Player with 22 Homeruns in Junior/Senior Year

Scott Hilpert is an offensive threat out of Kennewick, Washington. Throughout his college career, Scott saw 420 AB’s while holding a .329 batting average with an impressive .407 OBP. He is among Linfield College record holders for homeruns (23), slugging percentage (.569), triples (7), total bases (239), and sacrifice hits (23). He was on track to be drafted after his senior season, but after breaking his leg in the final game of the regular season, Scott unfortunately missed the draft.

Now that he is back to 100%, Scott is looking for another opportunity to get back into the game. He has always wanted to travel, but was unable to do so since he was committed to playing baseball year-round. Now that he has the opportunity, he would like the chance to travel abroad and play baseball overseas. He would be a great addition to any team that is in need of a big bat in their lineup. He can play either outfield or infield and would be open to coaching youth alongside playing. Scott is looking for a team who can provide flights, accommodations, and a small salary to cover living expenses. If possible, he would like to play with his college teammate Ben Andrews.



Date of birth: October 18. 1994

Birthplace / Current Residence: Kennewick WA/ Spokane WA

Passports held: US

Dual Citizenship: No

Height and weight: 5’11” / 195 lbs

Bats / Throws: R/R

Primary position(s): Center Field

Secondary position(s): 3rd base, 2nd base, 1st base, Left field, Right Field


Education: Business finance and business management

Hobbies and Interests: Fishing, working out, and cards

Post baseball career plans: Coaching/ beverage distribution

Relationship status: Single and free to travel the world

Recent injuries or illnesses: Broken leg (tib and fib) in early 2017


College Baseball:

2013-17: Linfield College, NCAA Division III – Northwest Conference


Other Baseball:

2014: North Sound Emeralds, Northwest Collegiate League

2015: Wenatchee Applesox, West Coast League

2016: North Sound Emeralds, Northwest Collegiate League

2018: Palm Springs Power, California Winter League



2016: NWC 2nd-team OF

2016: All-star selection Grand Forks Invitational (DH)

2016: Most Improved (team award)

2017: Most Inspirational (team award)

2017: MVP (team award)

2017: NWC 1st-team OF (Article)

2017: NWC player of the year (Article)

2017: All-Regional Team (Article)

2017: All-American Team (Article)

2017: Nike Oregon small college athlete of the year finalist


Coaching Experience:

2016-Present: Hitting coach at GT-X sport performance (youth)

2017-Present: Volunteer coach OF and hitting coach at Whitworth University (college)


2014 Linfield 18 3 0 0 0 3 1 6 4 0 3 0 0.167 0.318 0.167
2015 Linfield 111 30 3 1 1 16 10 23 13 3 5 0 0.270 0.362 0.342
2016 Linfield 150 51 7 4 10 37 38 30 13 4 6 2 0.340 0.402 0.640
2017 Linfield 141 54 8 2 12 40 40 33 15 5 3 0 0.383 0.460 0.723
Total 420 138 18 7 23 96 89 92 45 12 17 2 0.329 0.407 0.569



Scott Carnahan
Linfield College Manager


Stan Manley
Linfield College, Assistant Manager

Scott played at Linfield College and was named Player of the Year in our conference his Senior season. He can hit, run and throw.  Scott was one of hardest workers in the weight room, and really transformed his body in the four years he was here at Linfield.  One of the biggest joys I have as a coach here at Linfield is seeing that our upper classmen are the hardest workers, and how they brought that work ethic to the entire team.  Scott was always getting the younger players to come lift or hit with him and that type of leadership is invaluable.

Scott was and will be a great team mate and brings a ton of joy to the baseball field.  I know I miss that big smile and ready to go attitude that Scott brings every day.  I believe that Scott will be a tremendous asset to an overseas club.


Dan Ramsey
Former Whitworth University Coach and Current Single-A Twins Manager


Financial arrangement: Scott would like his flights paid, accommodations, and a small salary to cover living expenses. If he can play with Ben Andrews, then he would be willing to pay for his own flights.

Preferred level: Low U.S. independent baseball level

Availability: ASAP

Living arrangement preferences: Apartment to himself, shared living space with own room, host family, dorm-type setting with private bedroom, or a dorm-type setting with shared bedroom

Summer playing preferences: Anywhere

Winter playing preferences: Anywhere



Phone: +1(509)868-4848

Whatsapp: No

Facebook: Scotty Hilpert



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