» May 7, 1997:
At Fenway, Red Sox C Scott Hatteberg hits a pair of homers—his first two in the majors—to pace the Sox to an 11–3 win over the Twins. Teammate Reggie Jefferson also hits a pair of homers.
» June 28, 1997: For the 2nd time in three days, a Tiger steals four bases with Boston C Scott Hatteberg behind the plate. This time it is Damion Easley doing the stealing in Detroit's 9–2 victory. Tomorrow, Hatteberg will start on the bench, but will come in when Bill Haselman breaks his finger.
» September 19, 1997:
The White Sox tie Boston, 4–4 at Fenway on Albert Belle's 9th inning grand slam, off Tom Gordon, then win in the 10th on Frank Thomas' single. The Red Sox had tied the game in the bottom of the 9th on pinch homers by Curtis Pride and Scott Hatteberg. Boston wastes Butch Henry's seven 2/3 shutout innings, while Mike Sirotka's one run in eight innings goes unrewarded. Nomar Garciaparra has a pair of doubles to break Ted Williams' Red Sox rookie record for total bases. His total is 348 on his way to 365. Tony Oliva set the American League rookie record in 1964 with 374.
» August 6, 2001: The Red Sox defeat the Rangers, 10–7, as Boston C Scott Hatteberg performs the ultimate baseball opposite in consecutive at bats. With two men the 4th inning and the Sox ahead 4–2, he lines into a triple play. Two innings later, after the Rangers score five to go ahead, he hits a grand slam to put Boston in the lead to stay.
» December 18, 2001:
The Reds, who tried to sign Pokey Reese in April to a 4-year, $21 million contract, ship the second baseman and P Dennys Reyes to the Rockies for pitchers Gabe White and Luke Hudson. In turn, Colorado sends Reese tomorrow to the Red Sox for C Scott Hatteberg. The Sox will make a Pokey a free agent by not tendering him a contract and he'll sign in January with Pittsburgh. Hatteberg will go the same route and sign with the A's.
» December 30, 2001: The A's sign free agent C Scott Hatteberg to a 1-year contract.
» October 4, 2002:
The A's hit four home runs and Barry Zito hurls the club to a 6–3 win over the Twins to give Oakland a two games to one lead in their division series. Ray Durham hits an inside–the–park homer to open the game and Scott Hatteberg follows with another round–tripper. Jermaine Dye and Terrence Long also homer for Oakland.