Scott, hoping to make Cleveland's opening day roster as its second left-handed reliever, was waived Tuesday by the Indians. Radinsky, 34, struggled all spring and had a 14.29 ERA in eight appearances before the Indians decided they had seen enough. The club thought about keeping Radinsky as a lefty along with Ricardo Rincon in a setup role. Radinsky, who made a successful comeback from Hodgkin's disease while pitching for the Chicago White Sox in 1994, appeared in just two games for Cleveland last season after spending most of the year in the minors."
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Contributed by an Anonymous Source. Posted by Adam on Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 6:06 PM (EST)
"Scott Radinsky, former Ten Foot Pole front man and current Pulley vocalist, appears to have reached an end to his career… in Major League Baeball.
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