Scott Orgera is a sportswriter and statistician with three decades of experience under his belt. He has covered thousands of MLB and NFL games and events during that time. His reporting has extended to Division I college sports, professional soccer, the NBA, and the NHL. Orgera's bylines include the Associated Press, Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus, FanGraphs, Forbes, and The Hardball Times, among others. He is the co-author of 976-1313: How Sports Phone Launched Careers and Broke New Ground. He has also contributed to several editions of Baseball Prospectus’s bestselling books, serving as an associate editor, proofreader, and writer.

Formerly a highly-rated reporter for STATS for 25 seasons and an datacaster, Scott is a Baseball Writers' Association of America member, managing social media for their New York chapter. He graduated summa cum laude in Analytics from Purdue University. Beyond sports, Orgera has authored over 1,500 computing and technology articles for Lifewire (formerly, co-written the children's book Mikey and the Magic Medicine, and has over a quarter-century of experience in software development, quality assurance, and technical writing for multiple Fortune 100 companies.