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Jimmy Scott's High & Tight: The Gabrielle Schoeneweis Interview, Part I

By Jimmy Scott - Posted on 27 October 2008

I told you I did it and I told you I'd do it and now you can hear for yourself.  The interview I slaved over for you to secure is now yours at no charge!  You want to hear the voice of the wife of Scott Schoeneweis?  You want to learn how to spell Schoeneweis?  You want to know something about Gabrielle Schoeneweis and what it's like to be the spouse of a Major League player?  Then look no further than here.  Jimmy Scott's High & Tight is here for you to provide this type of stuff.  Hard-hitting, no-holds-barred input into the world of Major League Baseball by the people behind the scenes, by the folks who made and make the game what it is today, and the ladies who married into it.

Want to know what it's like to be married to a ballplayer playing in the World Series?  Want to know about who to know to get a date with a big league ballplayer?  Want to know how to run the roost while raising four kids?  Even if you don't, you're gonna like this.  So no more wasted time.  Here's your Jimmy Scott's High & Tight Interview: Gabrielle Schoeneweis, Part I. (Part II to come next.)


The HIgh Fives - Never Come Back (Intro & Outro)

Harry Connick Jr. - It Had To Be You

The Allman Brothers - Jessica

Dire Straits - Telegraph Road

Tom Petty - Running Down A Dream

I knew Gabrielle and her family well. I know from personal experience that she was a GREAT mom. She loved her kids and husband more then anything in this world. She would have done anything for them. I remember going through photo albums of them and her telling me the stories of how they met and she would light up every time she would talk about him. She adored her kids and her husband. Whenever they were all home together it was their time. Nothing else mattered. They were the role models of great parenting if I ever saw one. And her husband Scott was a great dad and a great husband to her. He loved her and those kids more then anything in this world. So if anyone wants to say something bad about her let them say it to me because I would love to prove them wrong. So she was human, get over it people!

Danielle Mederlet

Dawn was one of my best friends growing up. We met in jr. high and were great friends through high school. We went to church camp together, had numerous sleep-overs and countless trips to the mall. I have so many fond, hilarious memories with her! She had such bubbly personality. We never had a single bickering. I was sickened today to hear of her passing. A light is certainly missing in the world. Her infections laugh and bright smile will be missed. My heart goes out to her family, especially her children. May God send you comfort and strength. ~Sheri Nichols Smith
Don't know if this will ever get to you, Scott, or anyone in your family, but I hope so. I don't know you but I've watched you pitch. You seemed genuine throughout your whole life. My wife and I and our two sons lost our daughter last November 1 (All Saints Day) and i can only say that I feel bad for you and your family and that we will pray for you and your family and Gabrielle, God Bless all of you in this extremely difficult time. Mark
It's hard to put into words how anyone feels when you get news like this. It's tragic, you think of times you saw her smiling, looking over at Scott in New York. The glimmer in her eye as she watched her children. The breeze catching her hair, how you didn't think you'd never see her again. Beauty is in the eye of the they say. I say... if you ever beheld Gabrielle you saw the beauty. The charming, caring person that Scott fell in love with. A really lovely Lady that stood by Scott, and loved her children with all her might. No sense can be made of something like this. We can try to learn from it, and tell our loved ones how much they mean to us everyday. I hope we are all Praying for Scott and the children. For Peace, and they deal with what is before them. And can we please Pray that the people that wish to gossip or hurt the family...stop! Just stop and think of those four sweet kids and the heartbreak that Scott must carry them through. Please everybody...Prayers for the family of a Lovely Lady, that has gone far too soon.
I was affraid it was her when I heard the news today. After listening to the interview posted on this website, I got the confirmation I so much feared. This woman was the epitome of class. I was fortunate enough to meet her on a Southwest airlines flight from Phoenix to Los Angeles 11 years ago when she was seated next to me, and she was very friendly, grounded, and down to earth despite being an incredibly beautiful woman. On the flight she told me about her modeling career with the Ford agency and how much she loved her child. When I told her I was visiting Phoenix to watch some spring training games she told me about a baseball player named Scott Schoeneweis she met through her hairstylist. She was really excited about her relationship with him and the prospects of their possible future together. I remember all this from one chance meeting 11 years ago, because it doesnt happen to often in this life that you come across someone as charismatic and genuine as her. So thanks Gabrielle for sharing a part of your life with me, even if it was just for a short 1 hour flight. Apparently I will never forget you. Charlie

I talked to her.  Thought she was great.  This makes me feel a little hollow inside.

She was extremely nice to me and, if you listen to the interview, was funny and charming and very candid.  Would love to know where you get your info on the crystal meth addict accusation.  Even if true, does that make alcoholics who don't drink anymore and have kids bad parents?  Do the things we do in our lives before having children make us bad parents once the kiddies are born?  If someone did pot or cocaine or overdosed on Starbucks before having children, does that mean they can never be good parents?  They are destined to underachieve for the rest of their lives?  George Steinbrenner, before his current state, wouldn't think so. 

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