Scott Hatteberg

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Scott Allen Hatteberg

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Scott Hatteberg hit .292/.346/.417 for Team USA in the 1990 Baseball World Cup. He split catching duties for the team with Troy Tallman. He helped the US to a Bronze in the 1990 Goodwill Games.

He began his major league career as a catcher for the Boston Red Sox. His career was resurrected by the Oakland Athletics as an everyday first baseman without power. He is featured in the book Moneyball.

Injuries to his arm forced Hatteberg from the catcher position where he had a great deal of difficulty throwing out runners.

In 2011-2013, Hatteberg was a Special Assistant to Baseball Operations for the Oakland A's. In 2012, he replaced Ray Fosse for 20 games on A's television broadcasts.

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