When he was 7, in 1967, Scott Weiner began playing in the West Akron Baseball League. He is still playing today in the Roy Hobbs program. Weiner was a four-time team MVP in the WABL and a four-time Roy Hobbs team MVP.
At Firestone High, Weiner started for three seasons and made honorable mention All-City. He also played on GABF teams during the summer, before playing at Denison Unversity in 1979 and 1980. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, Weiner attended the University of Cincinnati medical school then returned to do his residency in orthopedic surgery at Summa (City Hospital). Weiner became head of Summa’s orthopedic residency program in 1992 and 14 years later was elevated to chair of orthopedics. His baseball career also continued in Roy Hobbs.
Weiner has been an avid supporter of youth baseball, sponsoring WABL teams for 20 years, managing a G League team for four years and spending 10 years on the WABL Board of Directors.