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Wohlers, Mark. Cleveland Indians 2002. New York Yankees 2001. Cincinnati Reds 1999-2001. Atlanta Braves 1991-1999. Relief Pitcher (R) Height 6’4” Weight
Wohlers, Mark
Cleveland Indians 2002- New York Yankees 2001 Cincinnati Reds 1999-2001 Atlanta Braves 1991-1999 Relief Pitcher (R) Height: 6’4” Weight: 207 lbs. Born: 1-23-70, Holyoke, Massachusetts Age at MLB Debut: 21 Quick Stats 2000 Age 30 AAA 20.2 IP, 6.09 ERA, 16 SO, 9 BB 2000 Age 30 NL 28.0 IP, 4.50 ERA, 20 SO, 17 BB 2001 Age 31 NL 32.0 IP, 3.94 ERA, 21 SO, 7 BB 2001 Age 31 AL 35.2 IP, 4.54 ERA, 33 SO, 18 BB 2002 Age 32 AL 71.1 IP, 4.80 ERA, 46 SO, 26 BB 2003 Age 33 AL Did Not Play Previous Years Almanac Entry Minor League Stats
How Acquired:
Signed as free agent, 1-9-02 Comments Wohlers is a leftover piece of the “contending” Indians. But, until he can be traded, he’ll serve a necessary role as set-up man to Baez. Mark is a shell of his Atlanta days, where he was one of the dominant closers in baseball. But for now, he will do in this role. DNP (Injured) The easiest decision Mark Shapiro will make this off-season will be to turn down Wohlers’ 2004 option with a $1.0M buyout instead of paying an exorbitant $8.0M to retain his services for 2004. He wasn’t really needed last year, and Shapiro seems to have learned his lesson on giving role players multi-year contracts. After he is exorcised from the team, only Wickman, Gutierrez, and Lawton remain on the salary dump to-do list. 2004 team option declined; Became Free Agent.

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RHP 1991- Braves , Reds Mark Wohlers's Teams 1991 Atlanta Braves 1992 Atlanta Braves 1993 Atlanta Braves 1994 Atlanta Braves 1995 Atlanta Braves 1996 Atlanta Braves 1997 Atlanta Braves 1998 Atlanta Braves 1999 Atlanta Braves 2000 Cincinnati Reds 2001 Cincinnati Reds 2001 New York Yankees Mark Wohlers's Teammates
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IP W-L ERA Career League DS League CS World Series Books and articles about Mark Wohlers No profile available. RELATED LINKS Submissions My All-Time Braves Team by Michael Rapaport Around the Web Mark Wohlers from Mark Wohlers from Jump directly to Library content from any website! Contribute your recollections of Mark Wohlers by clicking here FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY September 11, 1991

3. VORP For Pitchers Through - 29-SEP-02
013-1 63.3 9.7 4.1 7.2 4.97 5.26 5.06 96 -1.5 5.6 Lopez_Albie ATL N 30 4 1-4 0-1-0 55.7 10.7 2.9 6.3 4.37 4.69 4.60 98 -0.6 5.6 wohlers_mark CLE A 64 0
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23% Rodriguez_Rick CLE 100 5.59 1.56 4 0 62 $2 17% 51% 25% 40% wohlers_mark CLE 30 5.06 1.50 1 1 19 -$2 14% 46% 26% 27% Miller_Justin TOR 100 5.54 1.63

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Sports betting posting forum, poker forum, discussion forum, bet on sports. Forums Main Category Main Forum View Thread : Today In Baseball History: Pages : GAP <span style="font-size:xx-small;"><b><strong>September 10:</strong></b></span>
<ul><font face="Arial,Helvetica" size=2><li><strong>1881</strong> - In a game in Albany, Troy's <A HREF="">Roger Connor</A> hits the first grand slam in National League history. The blow comes off Worcester's <A HREF="">Lee Richmond</A> with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning and wins the game 8-7.</P>
<li><strong>1889</strong> - New York Giants pitcher <A HREF="">Mickey Welch</A> strikes out as the first pinch hitter in Major League history.</P>
<li><strong>1918</strong> - Players on both sides threaten to strike the World Series unless they are guaranteed $2,500 to the winners and $1,000 each for the losers. They back off, however, when told they will appear greedy while their countrymen are fighting World War I. On the field, <A HREF="">Hippo Vaughn</A> comes back with two days of rest for the Cubs and blanks the Red Sox 3-0 in Game Five.</P>

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