This isn't much of a surprise.
Scott is a talented young pitcher, now the job for the club is to help him along in the maturation process.
At this point in time, I'm glad we are keeping him. Yes, it is going to be a challenge to help him deal with his reactions when he is angry, and that may require outside professional help. And even if that is brought in, nothing will change overnight. But it seems like to me, there is down deep a good guy that is worth taking a chance on.