Scott Servais

1991 Upper Deck 

Servais caught for 11 years in the majors, breaking in with the Houston Astros in 1991 and finishing with the same team in 2001. In between he hit .245 with 63 home runs while playing for the Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies. Servais’ best years came for the Cubs in the mid-90’s. He hit .265 with 11 home runs and a career-high 63 RBIs and 42 runs scored in 1996. He set his career mark for home runs (13) the season prior which he split between Houston and Chicago.


Servais was behind the dish on September 8, 1993 at the Astrodome when Darryl Kile no-hit the New York Mets. Kyle did allow a walk and a run, but Houston won the game 7-1.

Servais has been the manager of the Seattle Mariners since 2016.

Scott Servais – career stats 

1992 Fleer


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Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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