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Mark DeJohn

+ Played in Major Leagues 1982-1982
Biography Data
Positions: SS-553, 3B-54, 2B-22
Proper Name: Mark Stephen DeJohn
Born: September 18, 1953 (62.020)
Place Middletown, Connecticut
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 170 Bats/Throws: Switch-Right
High School: Middletown Woodrow Wilson (Middletown,CT)
Drafted: 1971 -- 23rd round (533rd overall) by New York Mets (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:April 28,1982 (28.222)
TBC Player ID:10632
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Organizations:NYN, DET

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  • Jobs in Baseball for Mark DeJohn
    1988SpringfieldAManager8158.5832Lost in Semi-Finals
    1989Johnson CityRkManager3832.5432 
    1990Johnson CityRkManager2842.4008 
    1993St. Louis CardinalsMLBMinor League Field Coordinator8775.5373 
    1994St. Louis CardinalsMLBMinor League Field Coordinator5361.4653 
    1995St. Louis CardinalsMLBMinor League Field Coordinator6281.4344 
    1996St. Louis CardinalsMLBBullpen Coach8874.5431Lost NLCS (Braves)
    1997St. Louis CardinalsMLBBullpen Coach7389.4514 
    1998St. Louis CardinalsMLBBullpen Coach8379.5123 
    1999St. Louis CardinalsMLBBullpen Coach7586.4664 
    2000St. Louis CardinalsMLBBench Coach9567.5861Lost NLCS (Mets)
    2001St. Louis CardinalsMLBBench Coach9369.5741Lost in 1st Round (Diamondbacks)
    2002New HavenAAManager7664.5431Lost in Semi-Finals
    2003TennesseeAAManager7267.5182Lost in Semi-Finals
    2004TennesseeAAManager6971.4933Co-League Champions
    2005New JerseyA-Manager3739.487 
    2006State CollegeA-Manager3936.5203 
    2008BataviaA-Manager4628.6221League Champions

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