Mark Ellis

St. Louis Cardinals #3 - Second Base

  • Born: 06/06/77
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Cardinals 58 154 13 29 6 0 0 12 13 32 4 1 .188 .266 .227

Unsurprisingly, Cards place Wong on DL

After attempting to fight through the adversity of an injured shoulder, rookie second baseman Kolten Wong now finds himself on the disabled list.

*A Simplified Guide to Utilizing a Top Prospect

Kolten Wong has been criminally misused by the Cardinals the past two seasons. Here's my simplified guide to utilizing him going forward: start him, start him, and start him.

2014 VEB Projections Results: Mark Ellis


Mark Ellis is an interesting case for VEB, because most of don't know that much about him. I've never watched more than 30-40 PAs of his over a season, and I have no idea how good or bad or young...

Mark Ellis is Better than you Think


Mark Ellis fills a variety of roles for the Cardinals, and if he is utilized properly he has a good chance to exceed basic expectations.

2014 VEB Community Projections: Mark Ellis


Things that we should know about Mark Ellis: Mark Ellis is really, really good at defense. According to Fangraphs, Ellis has been worth 97.8 runs on defense throughout his career, and he has...

The Cardinals aren't sabotaging Kolten Wong

Mark Ellis is an excellent—unnervingly excellent—backup second baseman. But it's up to the Cardinals to believe in their plan.

Yankees reportedly likely to sign Brian Roberts

The Yankees have gone deep into the scrap heap to find a potential second base option in Brian Roberts, according to Ken Rosenthal.

Mark Ellis to join Cardinals

Second baseman Mark Ellis is the sixth Dodgers free agent this offseason to find a new home, reportedly agreeing to terms with the Cardinals on a one-year contract.

Cardinals to sign Mark Ellis; Yankees still quiet

December's half over and the Yankees still don't have a plan for second base. Mark Ellis is reportedly no longer an option.

Infante signs with Royals: 4 yrs/$30.25M

Now that Infante is off the market, the Yankees will have to turn to Plan C for a second baseman.

Yankees free agent target: Mark Ellis

Now that Robinson Cano has departed, the Yankees will have to search for a replacement. Could Mark Ellis be a fit?


Three teams in play for Mark Ellis

The veteran could fill in as a bench role and backup second baseman for a number of teams.

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