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Mark Wiley
Biographical information
Full Name

Mark Eugene Wiley

Born

February 28, 1948

Birthplace

National City, CA, USA

Physical description
Height

6'1"

Weight

200 lbs

Bats

Right

Throws

Right

Professional information
College

CalState Polytech - Pomona

MLB Debut

June 17, 1975

Years with Jays

2 games

No.(s) with Jays

21

DraftedEdit

  • Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 1970, but pick was voided. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 2nd round of the 1970 amateur draft.
  • September 12, 1978 - Traded by the San Diego Padres to the Toronto Blue Jays for Andy Dyes (minors).
  • March 17, 1980 - Traded by the Toronto Blue Jays to the California Angels for Mike Barlow.

BiographyEdit

Mark Wiley was pitching coach of the Baltimore Orioles in 1987 and the Cleveland Indians from 1988 to 1991 and again from 1995 to 1998. He moved on to the Kansas City Royals staff in 1999 before returning to the Orioles as pitching coach from 2001 to 2004. He was also a Florida Marlins coach in 2005. Since then, he has worked in the Colorado Rockies front office.

Disabled ListEdit

StatisticsEdit

The following statistics are for time spent with the Toronto Blue Jays, ONLY. They are not career numbers (unless the entire career was spent with the Jays). For career stats, please visit Baseball-Reference.com

Primary Pitching Statistics
Year Age ERA W L Pct. G GS CG SHO Inn H HR BB SO OBA
1978306.7500 -20002.73012.250
Secondary Pitching Statistics
Year Hld GF SV BS SV% IR ISP IRS IRSc% R ER IBB HBP DP
1978 -10 - - - - - -2200 -
Tertiary Pitching Statistics
Year OAB DO TR XBH OOBP OSLG OPRO WP BK WHIP
197811 - - - - - -001.50


Fielding Statistics
Year Age Pos PO A E DP Pct. TC G GS Inn RFg RF9
197830P0000 -0202.70.000.00

AwardsEdit

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