Scott Hatteberg

by John Max 13 Apr,2020
Scott Hatteberg
Personal Info
  • Famous Name
Facts
  • Birth Name Scott Allen Hatteberg
  • Birth Place Salem, Oregon
  • Famous Name Scott Hatteberg
  • Net Worth $10 Million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession baseball player turned coach
  • Currently Working For Special Assistant to Baseball Operations for the Oakland Athletics.
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Elizabeth Hatteberg
  • Children Three

Scott Allen Hatteberg a.k.a. is an American retired first baseman and catcher who had 13 years long career in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was picked by the Boston Red Sox in the 1991 MLB draft as a sandwich pick between the first and second rounds.

Salem, the Oregon native, Scott Hatteberg, was born on December 14, 1969, under the star sign Sagittarius. Most notably, the fifty years old is also one prominent figure in the Michael Lewis book Moneyball as Jason Giambi, Eric Chavez, and Jeremy Brown

How Much Is Scott Hatteberg Net Worth As Of 2020? 

With a staggering net worth of $10 million, Scott Hatteberg is one of the rich Mlb stars out there. As reported, he made a career earning of $13,985,000 during his baseball career playing for Boston Red Sox (1995–2001), Oakland Athletics (2002–2005), and Cincinnati Reds (2006–2008). 

Have a look on his salary history: 

Year Team Salary
1997 Boston Red Sox $150,000
1998 Boston Red Sox $240,000
1999 Boston Red Sox $350,000
2000 Boston Red Sox $695,000
2001 Boston Red Sox $1,050,000
2002 Oakland Athletics $900,000
2003 Oakland Athletics $1,750,000
2004 Oakland Athletics $2,300,000
2005 Oakland Athletics $2,450,000
2006 Cincinnati Reds $750,000
2007 Cincinnati Reds $1,500,000
2008 Cincinnati Reds $1,850,000

After retirement, the first baseman/catcher pursued his career as a coach. Currently, he serves as a Special Assistant to Baseball Operations for the Oakland Athletics. As per the source, the average annual pay for a Baseball Operations Assistant in the United States is $39,998 a year.

Besides, he substituted for Ray Fosse as the Oakland A's color commentator on TV broadcasts for several games in 2012 and 2013 season. 

Married With Three Daughters

Scott Hatteberg tied the knot with Elizabeth, nicknamed "Bitsy," who is also featured in the film Moneyball. As seen in the movie, Elizabeth Hatteberg helped her husband to learn the new position by hitting him ground balls off of a tee on a tennis court near their house.

Scott told reporters of the practice, "I gave her a long, skinny bat and had her hit off a tee so I could work on my footwork."

Scott Hatteberg's spouse and daughters SOURCE: PlayerWivesWiki.com

The couple is blessed with three daughters: Lauren, Sophia, and Ella. The family currently resides in Gig Harbor, WA. He describes the place as just peaceful, a great area, with a great outdoor area for fishing.

Education

Scott Hatteberg pursued his graduation from the Eisenhower High School in Yakima in the city of Washington in the year 1988. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at the Washington State University in the batch 1989-1991.

MLB Trade & Transaction

  • June 1, 1988: Selected by Philadelphia Phillies in the 12th round of the free-agent draft - did not sign
  • June 3, 1991: Selected by Boston Red Sox in the 1st round (43rd pick overall) of the free-agent draft
  • December 19, 2001: Traded by Boston Red Sox to Colorado Rockies in exchange for Pokey Reese
  • December 21, 2001: Granted free agency
  • January 2, 2002: Signed by Oakland Athletics
  • November 1, 2005: Granted free agency
  • February 14, 2006: Signed by Cincinnati Reds
  • June 5, 2008: Released by Cincinnati Reds

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