Scott Cousins, Los Angeles Angels
Scott Cousins was the Marlins' 3rd round selection in the 2006 Amateur Player Draft out of the University of San Francisco, where he earned West Coast Conference Player of the Year honors that season.
Rated the Marlins' 9th best prospect by Baseball America heading into the 2010 season, Scott made his Major League debut on September 3rd and recorded his first Major League hit by smashing a walk-off single against the Braves. On April 21, 2011, Scott hit his first Major League home run, a grand slam, against the Pirates.
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Matt has always been there for me and is a good friend. There are bigger things than money or baseball and our relationship is one that will last a lifetime.
- Scott Cousins