Oregon State Beavers

Oregon State Beavers

Scott Brosius said Wednesday morning that he has not been contacted by either Oregon or Oregon State in regard to their vacant head-baseball-coach jobs.

But he said he would listen if they approached him.
“I enjoy the college game and I certainly and love being on the field and so it would be irresponsible of me to not pick up the phone if one of those schools called,” he said. "But I have not heard from them."

Brosius said he is very happy with his current job as senior director of player development for USA Baseball. He served for the past two seasons as a coach for the Seattle Mariners after a long career as head baseball coach at Division III Linfield, where he won a national championship in 2013. Brosius had an 11-year career in major-league baseball, winning a gold glove, being selected for the All-Star Game and winning a World Series MVP award with the New York Yankees.

He still lives in McMinnville and was a star at Putnam High School in Milwaukie.