Scott Hatteberg is a talented former American baseballer. Scott Hatteberg played as first baseman and catcher for various teams including Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Cincinnati Reds.
Table of Biography
Scott Hatteberg was born on 14 December 1969 and he is currently 52 years old. He hails from Salem, Oregon, and his zodiac sign is Sagittarius. Likewise, his full name is Scott Allen Hatteberg. This personality attended Eisenhower High School and graduated from this institution located in Yakima in the year 1988.
During his school days, this personality was MVP of the baseball team and he also lettered in football. Likewise, Hatteberg was the team captain during his senior year. As such, he hit .570 with seven home runs. Moreover, this talented personality also played Little League in Salem, Oregon, as well as Canby, Oregon.
Further, he also played Pony League and American Legion baseball in Yakima, Washington. For his further studies, this personality attended Washington State University from 1989 through 1991.
Career, Professional Life, and Net Worth
Professionally, Scott Hatteberg is a former baseballer. He played as the first baseman and catcher. His MLB career spanned from the year 1995 to 2008. During this period, Hatteberg played for the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Cincinnati Reds. Prior to the player’s major league career, this former baseballer attended Washington State University and played college baseball for the Washington State Cougars baseball team in the Pacific-10 Conference.
Moreover, this player was the captain and MVP in 1991. As a catcher, this former baseballer formed a battery with future major league pitcher – Aaron Sele. Moreover, this former baseballer played collegiate summer baseball in the Alaska Baseball League in the years 1989 and 1990. Also, at Washington State, this former baseballer was a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity.
Furthermore, Hatteberg was a member of the United States national baseball team at the 1990 Goodwill Games. Likewise, he hit a home run in a game against the Mexican national baseball team. Then in the 1990 Baseball World Cup, this former player hit .292/.346/.417 for Team USA.
His last MLB appearance was on 25 May 2008 which was for the Cincinnati Reds. Following his retirement, this personality serves as a Special Assistant to Baseball Operations for the Oakland Athletics. Likewise, in the 2012 and 2013 seasons, this baseballer substituted for Ray Fosse as the Oakland A’s color commentator on TV broadcasts for a number of games. Moving on, Hatterberg has a net worth of around $10 million US dollars.
Scott Hatteberg is a happily married man. His wife’s name is Elizabeth, whose nickname is “Bitsy” and is available on Twitter as @bitsyhatteberg. Together, the lovely couple shared three daughters namely Lauren, Sophia, and Ella. Their daughters Lauren and Ella played soccer as per his wife’s Tweet in 2015 and Ella’s Instagram posts respectively. The happy family resides in Gig Harbor, Washington. Furthermore, Hatterberg is a self-taught guitar player as well as an avid fly fisherman.
Body Measurements and Social Media
Scott Hatteberg stands tall at an approximate height of 6 feet 1 inches or 1.85 meters and his bodyweight is around 192 lbs or 87 kgs. Similarly, this former baseballer has brown hair and eyes of the same color. Other than this, the former baseballer’s other body measurements like his biceps, dress size, shoe size, chest-waist-hip measures, etc. are all under review. Moving on, this former baseballer doesn’t seem to have personal or professional profiles on any social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Tiktok, etc.