Matt Stark

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Matthew Scott Stark

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Biographical Information[edit]

Matt Stark was a high draft selection, the 9th overall pick in the 1983 June draft by the Toronto Blue Jays, but he never got much playing time at the big league level. He played in 5 games with the 1987 Toronto Blue Jays, collecting his first major league hit on April 8 in his second career at bat. The pitcher was Greg Swindell. He next appeared in the big leagues as a September call-up with the 1990 Chicago White Sox. He was 4 for 16, including a 2-run double on September 13 against Tom Bolton of the Boston Red Sox. It was the only extra base hit of Stark's major league career.

Stark was a coach for the Calgary Cannons (2002) and Albuquerque Isotopes (2003-2004).

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
2011 McAllen Thunder North American League 37-52 6th (t) Independent Leagues

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