Thursday, August 30, 2007


Scott threw 2 good innings tonight against the Orioles.
He gave up one hit, one walk while recording one strikeout.

I think I missed Scott's 3rd win the other night. Sorry!

His ERA stands at 2.08.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007


Despite giving up a homerun to the first batter he faced in the inning, Scott ensured that the remaining Oriole batters went quietly.
Scott surrendered 2 more hits outside of the homerun, but also caught a runner in a rundown trying to steal 2nd base.
He also registered a strikeout.
All in all, the HR didn't hurt Scott's ERA much.

Sunday, August 26, 2007


Scott threw another scoreless inning today in the win over the A's.

1 IP
1 H
0 R
0 ER
0 BB

His ERA has deflated to 1.93.


Scott closed the game last night, throwing 1 inning. He recorded 1 hit and 1 strikeout. His ERA has dipped to 2.04.
Kazmir threw an amazing game, holding the A's to 3 runs while tallying 13 K's.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007


Scott threw 1.2 innings last night, giving up 2 hits, 1 unearned run, and 1 K.
His ERA has dropped to 2.16.

Sorry, no vid clips or anything fancy.
Just an update.

Monday, August 20, 2007


Here's a quick little read about Scott in the St. Petersburg Times:

D'oh, man ...
Scott Dohmann never got into The Simpsons, and sons Gavin and Ezra are too young to have discovered them. But Dohmann can't avoid the animated residents of Springfield. One of patriarch Homer Simpson's catch phrases is "D'oh!" and the Rays, like others, have played it when Dohmann is on the mound.
"I get that all the time," he said. "It doesn't matter if I'm at home or on the road. I get a strikeout, and you hear a D'oh! Or I give up a homer on the road and you hear it. It's second nature by now. You've got to take the good with the bad. It's kind of funny."
There is a book about the philosophy of The Simpsons - The D'oh of Homer - and a listing in the Oxford English Dictionary.

Here's how it sounds, straight from Homer's mouth:

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Count It!

Scott picked up his second win of the season today against the Indians.
He threw two innings, gave up 1 hit, 1 BB, and 1 K.
His ERA is down to 2.40.
Way to go!

Saturday, August 18, 2007


Scott threw 2 innings last night against the Indians.
No runs, 3 hits, no walks.

He also took a ball off of his throwing hand, via Kenny Lofton. Scott stayed in the game and I have not heard an injury report. I am suspecting that he is fine.
Scott's ERA stands at 2.77.

Jackson threw another good game, but just didnt' get the run support needed for a win.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Statement Retraction

I would like to retract the statement I made in the previous post... it sounds like an excuse.
Ok, so its been a while since Scott pitched in a game. He's ready. Let's go.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

What Gives???

Scott was on a roll, throwing 8 scoreless innings in relief.
Now, he has been on the bench for 4+ games.

I think he warmed up at least 4 times, but never even got to throw in the game.

That's the way to cool him off. Garbage.

Sunday, August 12, 2007


Scott did not throw last night... because Edwin Jackson threw a 9 inning shutout.
Congratulations to Jackson and the Rays for the victory againts the Rangers.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

D'oh No M'oh

I did not get to watch the game today, but it appears Scott had another great outing.
1 inning, 1 hit, 0 runs, 0 BB.

His ERA is down to 3.27.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Getting It Done...

The Rays dropped another game to the Tigers, 9-6.

Scott thew very well, facing 2 batters (with inherited runners). He got one ground out and 1 K.

Monday, August 06, 2007


The Rays lost to the Tigers tonight, 6-4.

Scott threw a fantastic inning - 3 up, 3 down.
Here's a snippet of the action:

Saturday, August 04, 2007


Scott threw another scoreless inning last night against the Orioles.
He did give up one walk.... but the umpire blew the call on a slider. It should have been a "K" looking.

In any case, the Rays lost 3-1.

Wednesday, August 01, 2007


Here's a little snippet from the St. Petersburg Times:

COOL UNDER PRESSURE: Overshadowed by Carl Crawford's walkoff homer Monday was reliever Scott Dohmann's work to get out of an 11th-inning bases-loaded jam. After the Jays loaded the bases loaded with one out, Dohmann struck out Reed Johnson, then induced a flyout from Lyle Overbay.
"I wouldn't want to wish that upon any team, extra-inning games two out of three days," Dohmann said, "but those are times when we all have to step up, but you'll take the opportunity when you can get them."
It was Dohmann's fourth straight scoreless outing over a span of 4 1/3 innings.