Mark Bellhorn

2005 Topps

Bellhorn spent 10 years in the big leagues, playing for seven different teams between 1997-2007. In 731 games, Bellhorn hit .230 with 69 home runs. He had a great year for the Chicago Cubs in 2002. He hit .258 that season with 27 home runs, 56 RBIs and 86 runs scored. He then had his best year for the Boston Red Sox in 2004, hitting .264 with 17 home runs, 82 RBIs and 93 runs scored. Those two seasons were two of the three years Bellhorn appeared in more than 100 games. The third was 2006 when he hit .190 in 115 games for the San Diego Padres.


Bellhorn was the starting second baseman for the 2004 Red Sox team that won the World Series. He hit .300 in the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals with a home run and four RBI. He hit the game-winning home run in Game 6 of the ALCS against the New York Yankees and then homered again in Game 7.

Mark Bellhorn – career stats 


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