Scott Erickson is a former MLB all-star pitcher. He played college baseball at University of Arizona alongside teammates Trevor Hoffman, Kevin Long, and J. T. Snow. Erickson was inducted into the Arizona Wildcat Hall of Fame after just one year of pitching, setting the school record for wins with an 18-3 record, as he led the country in wins 18, innings pitched (175), and complete games (14). Those impressive numbers earned him a unanimous First Team All-American honor. Erickson went on to play 15 seasons in the MLB, playing for the Twins, Orioles, Mets, Rangers, Dodgers, and Yankees. During his time with the Twins, Erickson won the 1991 World Series, being voted into the Top 10 for American League Most Valuable Player Award. On April 27th, 1994, Erickson pitched a no-hitter.