Scott Hull returns to the CrackerJacks for his second season with the team after helping the ballclub win the Midwest Collegiate League Championship in its inaugural season last summer. Hull played two seasons at Kansas City Kansas Community College before transferring to Oklahoma State University in the fall of 2011. He redshirted the 2012 season as a member of the Cowboys.
With the CrackerJacks in 2011, Hull battled a mid-season ankle injury but rallied to hit 0.324 for the season with 18 RBIs. He led the 2011 CrackerJacks with a 0.473 slugging percentage as well. In the 2011 MCL Playoffs, Hull hit 0.318 (7-for-22), scored four runs and knocked in five.
At Kansas City Kansas Community College, Hull put together two outstanding seasons. In 2011, he appeared in 45 games and racked up 34 hits, including five doubles and two triples, in 92 at bats. Hull finished the 2011 campaign with 20 RBIs, 29 runs scored, a 0.370 batting average and an on-base percentage of 0.487. The Bartlesville, Okla., native also compiled a 0.989 fielding percentage, committing just one error and posting 89 put-outs.
Hull is a 2009 graduate of Bartlesville High School. He is the son of Browning and Guylene Hull and has two older sisters, Laura and Libby. He is a fan of the Atlanta Braves and the Kansas City Chiefs and his favorite athlete is Chipper Jones.