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SCOTT FLETCHER

MLB  Assistant Hitting Coach - Atlanta Braves (2014)
Positions
SS-1154, 2B-861, 3B-84, DH-11, 1B-1
Born
July 30, 1958  (55.358)
Place
Ht/Wt
5-11 / 173
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Wadsworth  (Wadsworth,OH)
College:
Drafted:
Chicago Cubs:  1979-1-6 (June-Sec) 
Full Name
Scott Brian Fletcher 
TBC Player ID
11455
MLB Debut
April 25, 1981  (22.269)
, Father of Brian Fletcher

Speed
63
Contact
78
Patience
56
Batting
49
Power
22

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DateNotes
1995-10-31Granted Free Agency.
1995-04-24Signed as Free Agent by Tigers.
1994-10-14Granted Free Agency.
1992-12-01Signed as Free Agent by Red Sox.
1992-10-30Granted Free Agency.
1992-02-23Signed as Free Agent by Brewers.
1991-11-04Granted Free Agency.
1989-07-29Traded by Rangers with Wilson Alvarez and Sammy Sosa to White Sox for Fred Manrique and Harold Baines.
1988-11-30Signed as Free Agent by Rangers.
1988-11-04Granted Free Agency.
1985-11-25Traded by White Sox with Jose Mota and Ed Correa to Rangers for Dave Schmidt and Wayne Tolleson.
1983-01-25Traded by Cubs with Dick Tidrow, Randy Martz and Pat Tabler to White Sox for Warren Brusstar and Steve Trout.
Drafted:  Selected by Chicago Cubs in 1st round (6th overall) of 1979 Amateur Draft (June-Sec Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by Houston Astros in 1st round (5th overall) of 1978 Amateur Draft (June-Sec Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by Oakland Athletics in 1st round (21st overall) of 1978 Amateur Draft (Jan-Sec Phase)
  *Did not sign*  ...  Selected by Los Angeles Dodgers in 35th round (698th overall) of 1976 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)


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