Ella Hadeberg – American Celebrity Wife
Ella Hatteberg is an American celebrity wife. She is married to Scott Hatteberg, an American former professional baseball first baseman and catcher. Together they have three children; Lauren, Sophia, and Ella.
Scott met Jessica while attending Washington State University from 1989-1991 where he played baseball for the Cougars of the Pacific-10 Conference as team captain and a member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity.
Early Life and Education
Hatteberg was born December 14th 1969 in Salem Oregon. As a youth he played Little League and American Legion baseball before relocating to Yakima Washington where he attended Eisenhower High School where he excelled on their baseball team and earned all-state player status during his senior year.
He was selected by the Boston Red Sox in 1991 MLB draft and went on to play 14 years in Major League baseball, amassing 1,153 hits, 527 RBIs, 249 doubles, and 34 home runs during that time.
He is married to Elizabeth (nicknamed Bitsy), with whom he shares three children: Lauren, Sophia, and Ella. He currently works as special assistant to baseball operations for the Oakland Athletics as well as substituting for Ray Fosse as color commentator on television broadcasts for some games in 2012 and 2013. In his free time he enjoys hunting and fishing as well as playing golf.
Ela Hatteberg is an American former professional baseball first baseman and catcher. She has been married to Scott Hatteberg for over 20 years, and they currently reside in Gig Harbor, Washington with their three daughters Lauren, Sophia, and Ella.
Hatteberg met her while attending Washington State University, playing Little League in Salem and Canby, Oregon as well as American Legion and Pony League baseball in Yakima where he also lettered in football.
Hatteberg played for the United States national baseball team at both the 1990 Goodwill Games and Baseball World Cup tournaments, drawing inspiration for actor Chris Pratt to portray him as his character from Michael Lewis’ book Moneyball (2011).
Achievement and Honors
Ella Hatteberg is an Arizona Wildcats soccer team defender. She is also the daughter of Scott Hatteberg, who accumulated more than 1,400 game in 14 seasons of Major League Baseball play.
Ella began playing Little League baseball and American Legion baseball at Salem Little League and Yakima Little League respectively before moving on to Eisenhower High School’s Varsity Basketball and Baseball teams.
Washington State University in Pullman, Washington accepted her in 1989 and during that time, she joined its college baseball team as one of its members – playing as one of their star players for three years; helping win Pacific-10 North division twice while representing Team USA during those times as well. Today, she resides in Florida as a US citizen.
Elizabeth Hatteberg resides in the United States. She is married to Scott Hatteberg, an ex-baseball player and broadcaster, with whom they share three daughters: Lauren, Sophia and Ella – they met while attending college together.
Scott Hatteberg made his Major League debut on September 19, 1995 after being selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 1991 June Draft as compensation for Kansas City Royals signing Type A free agent Mike Boddicker.
Ervin played both catcher and first base for both the Boston Red Sox and Oakland Athletics before becoming a special assistant to their general manager, acting as color commentator during radio broadcasts, as well as becoming one of their popular figures among fans and serving as an inspiration to many baseball players.
Elizabeth Hatteberg first gained recognition as the wife of former American professional baseball player and broadcaster Scott Hatteberg. They have three children together: Lauren, Sophia and Ella. Gig Harbor in Washington is their home.
She has yet to share any details regarding her salary, compensation or net worth; however, her husband boasts an estimated net worth of $10 Million from his career as an MLB player and commentator.
Outside his baseball career, Hatteberg has also appeared in films and television shows. Most notably was Chris Pratt playing him in Moneyball based on Michael Lewis’ book of the same name. Additionally, in his free time he enjoys fly fishing, guitar playing and attending sporting events – being an avid sports fan in general!