Scott was formally inducted when they held their annual ceremonies on June 28, 2008, in St. Mary’s, Ontario. He is Manitoba’s first homegrown Hall of Famer. Scott, 76 years old, has contributed 60 years of his life to baseball as a player, coach, builder, and volunteer.

He played on his home-based McConnell team until he was 50 years old, along with brother Glennis and father Jim. Scott coached Canada’s first national team, during the 1967 Pam Am Games. He also was involved with coaching the Red Sox senior team and several youth teams in Hamiota, Carman, Souris, Warren, Stonewall, and Carberry.

Scott, a former vice-president of Baseball Canada, also was president of the Manitoba Baseball Association in 1987, where he still is chairman of the senior council. In addition, he is the founder of the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Scott has already been inducted provincially in the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame, Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and the Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame.