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Mark Bailey

+ Played in Major Leagues 1984-1992
Biography Data
Positions: C-622, 1B-100, 3B-10, OF-4
Proper Name: John Mark Bailey
Born: November 4, 1961 (54.024)
Place Springfield, Missouri
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 195 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Glendale (Springfield,MO)
College: Missouri State University
Drafted: 1982 -- 6th round (147th overall) by Houston Astros (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 27,1984 (22.174)
TBC Player ID:8376
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Career Activity
Organizations:HOU, MON, NYN, SFN

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Mark Bailey
    1998KissimmeeA+Hitting Coach6475.4604 
    1999JacksonAAHitting Coach6872.4863 
    2000Round RockAAHitting Coach8357.5931League Champions
    2001Round RockAAHitting Coach8654.6141Co-League Champions (Arkansas)
    2002Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach8478.5192 
    2003Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach8775.5372 
    2004Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach9270.5682Lost NLCS (Cardinals)
    2005Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach8973.5492Lost World Series (White Sox)
    2006Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach8280.5062 
    2007Houston AstrosMLBFirst Base Coach7389.4514 
    2007Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach7389.4514 
    2008Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach8675.5343 
    2009Houston AstrosMLBBullpen Coach7488.4575 
    2010Corpus ChristiAAHitting Coach6377.4504 
    2011Tri CityA-Hitting Coach3342.4403 
    2012Tri CityA-Hitting Coach5125.6711Lost in Finals
    2015Houston AstrosMLBCatching Coach8676.5312Lost in 1st Round (Royals)

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