Scott Barlow is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2018.
The right-hander made 37 appearances, recorded two saves, and has a 2.08 ERA in 80 games with the Royals so far this season.
Barlow made 34 appearances and 14 saves in the final 82 games of the season, including eight from August 26 to the end of the year.
After six missed saves, Barlow made 10 of his final 11 opportunities. On three of the six occasions Barlow blew saves, the club rallied back to win, and he finished the season with a 5-3 record.
The 2021 Bruce Rice Pitcher of the Year Award was presented to him for his accomplishments by the Royals.
A starting pitcher for most of his first eight professional seasons with the Dodgers, Barlow reached Triple-A in 2017 and is now approaching his 29th birthday.
In December 2017, Barlow was allowed to become a free agent and signed with the Royals. He started 13 of his 16 games in Omaha to start the 2018 season.
In 2018, Barlow appeared in six games with the Royals before returning to Kansas City full-time in 2019.
In 93 appearances, largely in middle relief, over his first two full seasons in the Royals’ organization, he had three saves.
Scott Barlow Parents: Meet Erasmus Darwin Barlow and Kate Westbrook
Star baseball pitcher, Scott Barlow was born on December 18, 1992, to Erasmus Darwin Barlow and Kate Westbrook.
Since not much is known about their personal lives, Scott Barlow’s parents live a private life.