Mark Smith

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/215


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Pitches: Strikes, Balls


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Mark Smith MLB Career Stats

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Mark Smith Bio

  • Full Name: Mark Christopher Smith
  • Born: 11/23/1955 in Arlington, VA
  • Draft: 1978, St. Louis Cardinals, 17th rd. (431st overall)
  • College: American University
  • Debut: August 12, 1983
  • Ret., Final Game: 10/2/1983
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MLB Career Stats 1 0 6.75 8 1 0 14.2 10 2.05


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Attended Arcadia High School...Was All-American in baseball at University of Southern California...Finished college career as Trojan's all-time leader in RBI (168), stolen bases (57) and triples (13). 2002 Spent the season with Calgary (FLA) of the Pacific Coast League, batted .290 in 389 at bats, hitting 12 home runs and driving in 55. Smith hit 30 doubles and walked 41 times, with 79 strikeouts and five stolen bases. Smith had a .369 on base percentage and .460 slugging percentage. 2001 Split time between Montreal and their International League affiliate Ottawa. Hit .242 in 194 big league at bats, hitting six homers with 18 RBI. 2000 Spent his first complete season at the Major League level with the Florida Marlins, playing in a career high 104 games...Finished the season tied for 10th in the National League with 11 pinch hits, four behind league leaders... Did not commit an error in 69 total chances in the outfield. ... Achieved fame by pulling a motorist from a burning car after an accident on I-75 on his way home from the airport...was awarded the Steve Palermo Awards for heroism by the Baseball Assistance Team (BAT) for his actions. 1999 Spent the entire season in Japan with the Yakult Swallows, appearing in 98 games and hitting a career-high 22 home runs. 1998 With Pittsburgh, went hitless in his first 31 at bats, the longest such streak since Ozzie Smith went 0-for-32 with San Diego in 1979...Hit a gramd slam May 10 at Tucson and a three-run home run the next day as part of a ten-day rehab assignment...Doubled off Padres' Joey Hamilton for his first hit of the season following May 19 reinstatement to the active roster...Went 5-for-13 as a designated hitter in three games. 1997 Recalled by Pittsburgh from AAA Calgary May 22 and started in left field that night...Suffered a pulled hamstring in the game and was placed on the disabled list May 24...Picked up his first National League hit June 15 vs. Kansas City...Served as Pirates first-ever designated hitter on June 16 and homered in his first at bat...Hit safely in a career-high seven games, June 18-28, hitting .357 (10-for-28) with six doubles and seven RBI...Hit a pinch hit three-run homer in the bottom of the tenth inning July 12 to ensure the first ever combined extra-inning no hitter for teammates Francisco Cordova and Ricardo Rincon in a 3-0 win over Houston...Made first career appearance at first base on July 10...Notched a career high four hits August 8 against Milwaukee. 1996 Spent the season between Baltimore and AAA Rochester. Recalled May 18 by the Orioles and went 3-for-16 with a homer before being optioned back to the RedWings on June 6...recalled again June 16 and homered as a pinch hitter July 1 against Toronto...Placed on the DL with a bruised shin July 23. 1995 Spent most of the season with Rochester...Had two stints with the Orioles, first recalled on July 18...appeared in six games for the Orioles before being optioned back to AAA...recalled again August 21 and hit first major league home run August 25against the Angels' Mike Butcher...Collected three RBI in the game and equaled the feat again September 21 at Detroit. 1994 Made major league debut at Minnesota May 14...singled off Mike Trombley for his first big league hit...spent most of the season at Rochester...Set a career high 19 home runs with Rochester...Named to International League post-season All-Star team. 1993 Starting right fielder in AAA All-Star game with Albuquerque...Named Baltimore's minor league player of the month in May with a .393 average, four home runs and 23 RBI. 1992 Led the Eastern League in doubles (32) with AA Hagerstown. 1991 Began pro career with A-Frederick.