Scott Fletcher

Development Consultant and Director of East Coast Distribution 

Fletcher, a 15-year veteran infielder, has coached at the youth, college, and professional levels of baseball. In 1979, Fletcher was the Sporting News All-America shortstop at Georgia Southern University where he led the Eagles to a NCAA I Atlantic Regional appearance with a 46-15 record. Fletcher batted .413 in 61 games in his junior season and led his team with 30 stolen bases, also earning mention on the All-South Independent squad.

Fletcher played 15 seasons in the Major Leagues with the Cubs, White Sox, Rangers, Tigers, and the Brewers. In 1986, Fletcher was named the American League Player of the month for July. He hit .300 for the season and led the Rangers with 34 doubles. In 1988, Fletcher led the Rangers in hitting for the third consecutive year; and in 1990, he led American League second basemen in double plays, turning 115. In 1991, Fletcher collected his 1000 career hit. After retiring in 1995, Fletcher worked as an instructor and manager in the Tampa Bay Devil Ray Organization.