1987 ESHS Hall of Fame Inductee



Scott McGregor
Class of 1972

Born:  January 18, 1954  - Place:  Inglewood, California. 
Parents:  John and Frances McGregor.

At El Segundo High School

Member of House of Representatives, Speaker Pro Tem, Archbearer; played "C" Football, "C" Basketball, Varsity Baseball; Member, Pioneer League First Team, Most Valuable Player, and CIF Player of the Year - 1971, 1972.


Attended El Camino Community College.


Signed with professional baseball New York Yankees, June 1972, in the Free Agent Draft; played four years in the Minor Leagues, began Baltimore Orioles career in 1976 and has remained with the Oriole organization.  Since 1979, possesses third best winning percentage in Major Leagues; has pitched 22 career shutouts over the past nine seasons, named to Associate Press Major League All Start Team, 1983, Major League Earned Run Average - 3.84, active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes organization.

 "After eleven years in Major League Baseball, I have learned a great deal about the game of life.  First, you must prepare yourself for the contest - not enough people are prepared for the challenges of life.  Second, you must be disciplined - daily practice is what it takes to be successful.  Third, determination in a life of good days and bad days, good seasons and bad seasons - giving up cannot be part of your thinking.  But lastly, after you have accomplished all of these, you will lose without knowing and understanding God.”