Doug Clark

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Douglas Dwyer Clark

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Biographical Information[edit]

Doug Clark was drafted in the 1997 by the San Francisco Giants and again in the 1998. Clark signed with the San Francisco Giants after being picked in the 7th round of the 1998. Clark played in the Giants organization from 1998-2005. He was called up in 2005 with the San Francisco Giants and again with in 2006 with the Oakland Athletics.

Clark attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he received a degree in biology. He did not play baseball in high school and originally played football for UMass. He hit over .300 in Single A ball and spent the succeeding years in Double A and Triple A. Clark batted over .300 in 2003 while in Double A and in 2005 in Triple A. In 2004, Clark batted .298 with 10 home runs, 13 triples and 33 stolen bases. In 2006, he hit 15 home runs and stole 25 bases with the Oakland Athletics affiliate Sacramento of the Pacific Coast League. Clark played in the Mexican Pacific League during 2006-2007.

Clark became a coach with the AZL Giants in 2015 and Augusta GreenJackets in 2016.

Clark's grandfather, Francis Healy was a member of the Gas House Gang and won the 1934 World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals.

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