Scott Hatteberg Net Worth is$10 Million
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Profession: Baseball player
Date of Birth: Dec 14, 1969
Scott Hatteberg, player for the A's and Redsox, and now character in the movie "Moneyball" has a Net Worth of $10 Million. Originally from Salem Oregon, he started his career with the Boston Red Sox, where he ended his career with them batting .267 and hitting 34 home runs. After his contract expired in 2001 with the Red Sox, he began playing for the Oakland Athletics, despite rupturing a nerve in his elbow and being unable to throw a baseball. Billy Beane thought that because of his high on base percentage, he should play and moved him from catcher to first base. Although it was a rocky start, he slowly blossomed into a great first baseman. His time with the A's is also a subject in the movie Moneyball, where Chris Pratt plays as Scott in the movie.
Scott Allen Hatteberg (born December 14, 1969 in Salem, Oregon) is a former American Major League Baseball first baseman and catcher.
He played Little League in his native Salem, Oregon and Canby, Oregon, and Pony League and American Legion baseball in Yakima, Washington. Hatteberg graduated from Eisenhower High School (Yakima, Washington) in 1988. He was MVP of the baseball and basketball teams and also lettered in football. He was team captain his senior year and hit .570 with 7 home runs.
He attended Washington State University from 1989-1991 and the Cougars won the Pac-10 North all three years. He was captain and MVP in 1991; as a catcher he formed a battery with future major league pitcher Aaron Sele. Hatteberg played in the Alaska Baseball League in 1989-1990. At Washington State he was a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity.
He was a member of the 1990 U.S. team at the Goodwill Games and hit a home run vs. Mexico. He was the third player selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 1991 June draft, a sandwich pick between the first and second rounds as compensation from Kansas City Royals for the signing of Type A free agent Mike Boddicker. He played catcher for the Red Sox in parts of seven seasons from 1995-2001, hitting 34 home runs and batting .267. On August 6, 2001, against the Texas Rangers, he became the only player in MLB history to hit into a triple play and hit a grand slam in his next at-bat. The bat he used for that game is now in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
In Hatteberg's last season with the Red Sox, he ruptured a nerve in his elbow. After surgery, he was unable to hold or throw a baseball. His baseball career was considered over, and his contract with the Red Sox expired on December 20, 2001.
The Oakland Athletics signed Hatteberg to play for Oakland under a one-year contract with a $950,000 base salary plus incentives the day after he was released by the Red Sox. Because Hatteberg could no longer throw the baseball, he was

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