Mark McLemore Bio | Wiki
Mark McLemore is an American former baseball second baseman MLB and Utility Player. During his years as a professional player, Mark played for several teams including California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros, Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers, Seattle Mariners, and Oakland Athletics. Moreover, Mark retired in 2004 from Oakland Athletics.
As of now, he works as a Baseball Analyst at The Texas Rangers and Bally Sports Southwest. He joined the station in 2005. Mark also worked briefly at ESPN as a color commentator for baseball games. Before that, he spent 6 years as Baseball Analyst at TXA 21.
Mark McLemore Age
Mark was born on October 4, 1964, in San Diego, California, in the United States. He is 57 years old.
Mark McLemore Height
He is a man of above-average stature. Mark stands at 5 ft 11 in (Approx 1.80 m).
Mark McLemore Family
He was born in San Diego, California, in the United States to his supportive parents. Mark is secretive, thus, he has kept details regarding his family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts away from the Public.
Mark McLemore Wife
He is married to his beautiful wife Capri McLemore. The duo is blessed with three children Derek Anthony born September 1, 1995, Darien Tremmell who plays as a second baseman, and DeMarca Shea.
Mark McLemore Education
He attended Samuel F. B. Morse High School along with Sam Horn and coached with Bob Mendoza.
Mark McLemore Baseball Career
Mark played for the California Angels from 1986 to 1990, Cleveland Indians in 1990, Houston Astros in 1991, Baltimore Orioles from 1992 to 1994, Texas Rangers from 1995 to 1999, Seattle Mariners from 2000 to 2003, and Oakland Athletics from 2004. During the 2000 season, he was the club’s regular 2nd baseman but was replaced by Bret Boone in 2001.
In addition, in 2001 with the Seattle Mariners, he made 117 hits, 69 walks, .286 batting average, .384 OBP, and 39 stolen bases, racked up 409 at-bats making a record-tying 116-win season. Mark was a free agent in 2003 after leaving Mariners and also joined Oakland Athletics in 2004. He retired after one game season with the team having played in four major leagues in the American League West.
Mark McLemore Bally Sports | Rangers
He is the Baseball Analyst at Bally Sports Southwest and The Texas Rangers. Mark joined the station in 2005. In addition, he also worked briefly at ESPN as a color commentator for baseball games. Prior to that, Mark spent 6 years as Baseball Analyst at TXA 21.
Some of Mark’s colleagues at Bally Sports include:
Brooke Fletcher – Reporter and Host
Sarina Morales – Sports Reporter
Marques Johnson – Basketball Analyst
Jim Petersen – Analyst
Gregory Kelser – Commentator
Kirk Gibson – Color Commentator
Paul Byrd – Sports Broadcaster
Kent French – Host
Mark McLemore House
He has a home that is 11,059 square feet at 533 South White Chapel Boulevard. All the rooms are super-sized with three living areas study, exercise room, media room, pool room, and two formal dining areas. Mark also has an entire wing with a grand master suite with sleeping quarters on a platform, built-ins, its washer and dryer facility, fireplace, and sitting area.
Mark McLemore Salary
He is currently receiving satisfying pay as a baseball analyst. Mark’s salary is $80,5462 annually.
Mark McLemore Net Worth
Through his eighteen years of professional baseball career and more than 16 years of working as a sportscaster, he has managed to amass a decent fortune. Mark’s estimated net worth is $877,786.
How Old Is Mark McLemore
Mark is 57 years old born on October 4, 1964, in San Diego, California in USA.
Who Is Mark McLemore
Mark is a former American utility player and professional baseball, the second baseman in MLB, and a sportscaster. As of now, he works as a Baseball Analyst at Bally Sports Southwest and The Texas Rangers. Mark joined the station in 2005. Before that, he spent 6 years as Baseball Analyst at TXA 21.