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Ryan Scoma (born September 12, 1987 in Redwood City, California), was a professional baseball player in the San Francisco Giants organization for three years, and following his release, he signed with the Rockland Boulders. After one season he signed with the Winnipeg Goldeyes an American Association team.


Early Years

Scoma was born in Redwood City, California. He lived and played little league in San Carlos, California. He attended Carlmont High School. After high school he attended the College of San Mateo and later attended UC Davis.

San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants selected Scoma in the 36th round of the 2009 amateur draft.

Giants Rookie League

In his first season in the Giants organization Scoma played in the Rookie League. Scoma hit .270 and had 14 RBIs in his first professional season.

Salem-Keizer Volcanos

After his first season in professional ball Scoma was promoted to the Salem-Keizer Volcanos. He hit .310 with 3 home runs and had 34 RBIs

Augusta GreenJackets

After one year with the Salem-Keizer Volcanos, Scoma was again promoted. This time to the Augusta GreenJackets, level A ball. Scoma hit .254 with 6 home rund 59 RBIs. After the season Scoma was released by the Giants.

Rockland Boulders

After his release from the Giants, Scoma signed a one-year contract with the Rockland Boulders an independent team. He hit .310 with 13 home runs and he had 59 RBIs.

Winnipeg Goldeyes

Following his one year with the independent Rockland Boulders he signed with the American Association's Winnipeg Goldeyes. He hit .341 with 4 home runs 46 RBIs. He had a career high in OBP (on base percentage) .443 and Walks with 53. He finished third in the league in batting average.


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