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The Scout has a hit-and-run role in the game: dash close up to an opponent, fire a few bullets at point-blank range doing a lot of damage, and running away again. He also captures control points and pushes the payload twice as fast as other classes, but has the pitiful total of 125 HP. 125 hit points is not a lot to work with, so as a Scout you have to watch out and be ready to dodge heavy fire and explosives. This is one of the main reasons why Scouts like to take the side entrances and passages to avoid being noticed by the enemy team.

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ladushka
A to Z Thumbnail Sketches of all MLB players is a more appropriate title. This book falls well short of the other John Benson books and frankly I'm surprised he has his name on it. The comments written regarding each player could have easily come from a casual observer and surely there were no scouts involved in the making of this book. Its great for the beginner fan just getting involved but most of the bios and forecast seem like something right out of the team's annual player guide. A far better guide of all players is Sheehan's annual Baseball Prospectus and sells for less. It's published about a month later than Benson's book and includes comments regarding most of the off season trades and free agent signings. For the advanced fan my advice is wait for Sheehan's book.
Dandr
Not many people can get more complete, concise, and detailed scouting reports than those contained in this book. Every year, this relates (almost) all useable info about every player who's got a chance to play in the big leagues, plus big prospects still in the works. Any baseball fan would like this.
A to Z Professional Scouting Guide (Benson's A to Z Baseball Scouting Guide) download epub
Baseball
Author: John Benson
ISBN: 1880876930
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Subcategory: Baseball
Language: English
Publisher: Diamond Library Publications (November 2000)
Pages: 352 pages