About Mark Whiten Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Mark Anthony Whiten is a retired outfielder and switch- hitter in the Major League Baseball. He has played for many MLB teams like the Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians, and St. Louis Cardinals, among others. He is from Pensacola, Florida and was born on November 25, 1966.
He started his professional career when he was drafted by the Blue Jays on the 1986 amateur draft. He made his MLB debut on July 12, 1990 in a game against the California Angels. Though he hit for power and had one of the best outfield arms during that time, his mental lapses prevented him from improving and was thus traded to the St. Louis Cardinals. Whiten recorded the 5th best outfield assist in the National League during his 1st season with St. Louis and was noted for his performance in a game against the Cincinnati Reds. He suffered from numerous injuries that limited his appearance in the field. He last played in the MLB on May 11, 2000 for the Cleveland Indians against the Kansas City Royals. To date, Whiten has a .259 batting average, 105 home runs, 423 runs batted in, 465 runs scored, 804 hits, and 70 stolen bases in 939 games played.
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