Mark DeRosa

Toronto Blue Jays #16 - First Base

  • Born: 02/26/75
  • Age: 46
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 220

The most memorable walkoff wins in Cubs history, Part 3: NL expansion teams


Fewer games against these more recently created teams, but games that were just as memorable.

Why haven’t the Cubs signed this guy yet, Part 4: Chris Archer


Another arm who could help the Cubs.

Looks like Mark Grace could be out at Marquee Sports Network


He wasn’t noted in the channel’s press release announcing the hiring of Jon Sciambi.

The Cubs of the 2010s whose careers ended in Chicago


Some of these are big names... others, not so much.

Cubs non-homer multi-run walkoff wins: June 25, 2007


This was memorable for more than just the ninth-inning comeback.

Ruminating on Chris Archer


The Pirates are not expected to bring Chris Archer back. The Rangers would seem likely to be interested in him.

Friday BP: About those left fielders...


The Giants had a different starting left fielder on Opening Day for the 14th straight year.

Braves Flashback/Recap: July 5


In 2003, the Braves got one of the strangest wins I can remember seeing

Braves Flashback/Recap: June 28


In 2001, Javy Lopez obliterated the Mets with a game-tying homer and a walk-off grand slam

Starting Nine: Millwood, Giles and Braves’ hidden gems taken after fifth round


MLB’s scaled-down draft means fewer late picks blossoming into star, so we’re focusing on those past players that become exactly that for Atlanta.

Today in Jays history: Jays win in 18 innings


Seven Years Ago Today The Jays and Rangers played 18 innings and best of all, the good guys win. For a while it seemed like it was the game that would never end. We scored 3 runs in the third...

Chris Archer has Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery


Pirates starting pitcher Chris Archer will miss whatever 2020 season there is after undergoing surgery