Elizabeth Hatteberg is a famous woman from the United States. Furthermore, Elizabeth Hatteberg is best known as the wife of Scott Hatteberg, a former professional first baseman and catcher from the United States.

Quick Facts

First and last name: Elizabeth Hatteberg
Sex: Female
Country: Canada
Marital status: married
Husband Scott Hatteberg
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Body measurement N/A
eye color Brown
Hair colour blond
Nationality Canadian
Believe Christianity
Education Washington State University
Children 3
Net value N/A

Biography Elizabeth Hatteberg

Elizabeth Hatteberg was born in Tacoma, Washington, America, and holds American nationality. Apart from that, there is no information about her exact date of birth, location, age, zodiac sign, parents, siblings or childhood life. We can assume that as a child Elizabeth was well raised by her parents.

Elizabeth Hatteberg Education

She attends Washington State University for her academic career. There she met her future husband, Scott Hatteberg.

Elizabeth Hatteberg Height and weight

This famous lady has blond hair and brown eyes. Other than that, she hasn’t revealed anything else about her physical appearance.

Elizabeth Hatteberg with her family (Source: Instagram)

Career

The professional career of this woman is unknown. She became famous as the wife of baseball player Scott Hatteberg. The “Boston Red Sox” drafted Scott Hatteberg third overall in 1991. The “Kansas City Royals” chose him as compensation for signing free agent Mike Boddicker. From 1995 to 2001, he played for the “Red Sox” hitting .267 with 34 home runs.

On August 6, 2001, he set a world record by hitting a triple play and a grand slam in the same at bat. The museum now has its bat.

He broke a nerve in his elbow during his last season with the “Red Sox”, which required surgery. Relearning how to throw and hold a bat hurt his career as a catcher. Due to his poor catch, the “Red Sox” traded him on December 19, 2001.

The “Colorado Rockies” didn’t appeal to him after two days for unknown reasons, making him a free agent. After being released by the “Rockies”, he signed a one-year contract with the “Athletics”

Due to his throwing difficulties, which were highlighted in Michael Lewis’s book “Moneyball” and the 2011 film, he began playing first base. He led the Oakland A’s to a 20-game winning streak that began on September 4, 2002.

He helped them reach the 2002 and 2003 MLB playoffs. In 2004, he scored 87 runs, hit 15 home runs and batted in 82 runs while batting .287 and .367.

On February 12, 2006, he signed a $750,000 one-year deal to play first base for the Cincinnati Reds. He hit his 1000th career run on August 8, 2006 and raised his batting average to .323. He started 2008 as first baseman but was demoted to pinch-hitting and was released on June 4, 2008 to make way for Jay Bruce.

Elizabeth Hatteberg Net worth in 2022

Elizabeth Hatteberg has not yet received any awards or recognition in its field. In addition, she rose to fame as the wife of American former professional first baseman and catcher, Scott Hatteberg.

This woman has not released any information about her income, salary or net worth. In addition, her husband, Scott, a former baseball player and broadcaster, has a net worth of $10 million from his profession.

Elizabeth Hatteberg Husband, Marriage

Scott Hatteberg, a former baseball player and broadcaster from the United States married her. Lauren Httebergg, Sophia Hatteberg and Ella Hatteberg are the couple’s three children from their marriage. In addition, the couple first met at Washington State University, where they both attended. This woman is not currently involved in any controversy or rumours.

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