Scott Taylor is the vice-president of the Game On Manitoba LLC and is the television play-by-play voice of the Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball Club. He has been in the media business in Canada for more than 40 years.
He is the executive editor of Game On, Manitoba’s Hockey Magazine and the website, gameonmag.ca and is the sports editor of the Manitoba news website mytoba.ca. He is the senior sports columnist for www.gamedaygold.com in Minneapolis, senior columnist for Senior Scope Magazine and managing editor of Canadian Meat Business Magazine. He is a regular contributor to the Eric Nelson Show at 8-3-0-WCCO in Minneapolis and a regular contributor to the Charles Adler Show on Corus across Canada. He has covered 11 Olympic Games, 20 Super Bowls, nine World Series and 26 Stanley Cup championship series.
Scott has written six books: Coaching: A Manual for Canadian Basketball Coaches, published by Government of Manitoba Press (1977). Home Run: The History of the Winnipeg Goldeyes and Canwest Global Park; In Search of Friends with George Sigurdson; and Winnipeg Jets: A Celebration of Professional Hockey in Winnipeg, all published by Studio Publications in Winnipeg; Master Your Life to the 10th Degree, with Glen Daman, published by Bendecido Books of Winnipeg. And Quiet Hero: The Ken Ploen Story, published by Roslor Publishing of Winnipeg. Home Run, Winnipeg Jets and Quiet Hero were all national bestsellers. Winnipeg Jets was nominated as 2007 Manitoba Book of the Year (non-fiction) and has just been re-released in its Third Edition with added stories on the Manitoba Moose and the new Winnipeg Jets.