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Kevin Saucier

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Win–loss record  15–11
Role  Baseball player
Name  Kevin Saucier

Strikeouts  94
Earned run average  3.31
Education  Escambia High School
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Kevin Andrew Saucier (born August 9, 1956) was a Major League Baseball pitcher from 1978 to 1982 for the Philadelphia Phillies and Detroit Tigers. Nicknamed "Hot Sauce", Saucier (whose name is pronounced "So-Shay"), was an energetic pitcher who would often display his emotions while on the mound. Saucier retired prior to the 1983 season due to his loss of control on the mound leading him to fear that he might kill someone with a pitch.

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Post-playing career

Since the 1980s, Saucier has been a scout for the Major League Scouting Bureau, evaluating amateur baseball prospects in Alabama, the Florida panhandle and a portion of Georgia. In this position he has scouted future MLB players such as Chipper Jones, Alex Rodriguez, and Bo Jackson.

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Kevin Saucier Wikipedia


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