Nyjer Morgan Got Start with Pats
September 08, 2010
Major League Baseball player, Nyjer Morgan, got his start on the ice, with the Regina Pats. Story courtesy of FoxSports.com
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Jon Paul Morosi - National MLB writer, Foxsports
Scott Schoneck is a district sales manager for Frito-Lay Canada. He lives in Calgary. He sees to it that the Wal-Marts and Safeways across Alberta are supplied with the salty snacks they need. It’s a good job, and he does it well.
It wasn't long ago that he made his living on the ice. As a teenager, Schoneck played in Moose Jaw. At the end, Las Vegas. There were, of course, a couple stops in between.
And almost 11 years ago, he found himself in the same situation that Florida Marlins pitcher Chris Volstad did Wednesday night.
He got into a fight with Nyjer Morgan.
“Some good memories,” Schoneck said with a chuckle over the phone on Friday. “Yeah, we had a little bit of a dance.”
Their tussle came Oct. 1, 1999, at the Regina Agridome. So says the HockeyFights.com entry from Morgan’s brief stay as a third- and fourth-line winger in the Western Hockey League.