Fister's Southwest Missouri State team scored 10 runs in a second inning that saw Fister come up twice and hit two home runs, The World wrote.
Fister went on from Southwest Missouri State to play as a pro. He ended up playing a single season, hitting just a single home run.
Fister's professional career began and ended in 1990, signing with the Braves as an undrafted free agent out of Southwest Missouri State. He played his high school in Poplar Bluff, Mo.
At Southwest Missouri, he hit nine home runs in 1989 to share the team lead and seven in 1990 to lead the team. He also hit six triples and scored 53 runs in 1989 and scored in 44 runs in 1990, each the team lead, according to the school.
With the Braves, Fister played his season at rookie Idaho Falls. He got into 38 games, playing mostly in the outfield. He hit .208, with that single home run and 13 RBI, marking the extent of his professional career.
- Tulsa World, March 31, 1989: SW Missouri Pummels ORU, 19-5
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