Howie Clark Becomes O’s New Assistant Hitting Coach
The Baltimore Orioles have named Howie Clark their new assistant Major League hitting coach to join current hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh.
Clark was drafted by the Orioles in the 27th round of the 1992 draft and played six seasons in MLB including stints with the O’s in 2002 and 2006. Through 134 games in his major league career, Clark had a batting average of .262 and 26 RBI.
Over 18 seasons, Clark played for four organizations including the Twins, Blue Jays and Pirates. He played 1,436 minor league games posting a .286 average, 84 home runs and 598 RBI.