Who is Mark Bellhorn?

Mark Christian Bellhorn (born August 23, 1974) is an American former professional baseball infielder. In his ten-year Major League Baseball (MLB) career, Bellhorn was best known for being the starting second baseman for the Boston Red Sox during their 2004 World Series championship season.

What is Mo Vaughn doing now?

Today, Vaughn owns a trucking company whose advertisements can be seen in the Cleveland Indians stadium. While Vaughn’s career was sidetracked due to injuries he suffered as his career progressed, he hasn’t let it slow him down.

Who was the second baseman for the 2004 Red Sox?

baseman Mark Bellhorn
Red Sox second baseman Mark Bellhorn was unsung hero of 2004 postseason.

What college did Mo Vaughn go to?

Trinity-Pawling School
New Canaan Country SchoolSeton Hall University
Mo Vaughn/Education

Where is Brian Daubach now?

the Rochester Red Wings
Brian Michael Daubach (born February 11, 1972) is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) player and current hitting coach for the Rochester Red Wings.

What caused the bloody sock?

Amid enormous pressure, Boston team doctor Bill Morgan made the desperate decision to suture the ankle skin to the tissue surrounding the tendon in an attempt to hold everything in place long enough for Schilling to pitch Game 6. Blood began oozing out before the first inning, visibly soaking his sock.

Is Mo Vaughn a Hall of Famer?

In parts of 12 major league seasons, he had batted . 293 with 328 home runs and 1,064 RBIs. In 2008, the Red Sox enshrined Mo Vaughn into their team Hall of Fame.

Is Mo Vaughn married?

Gail Turkovich-VaughnMo Vaughn / Spouse (m. 2000)

When did Brian Daubach play for the Red Sox?

In 1997, he signed with the Florida Marlins organization and made his major league debut in 1998. Later he played for the Boston Red Sox (1999-2002, 2004) and Chicago White Sox (2003).

What happened to shillings ankle?

A torn tendon sheath he suffered in his right ankle during the first game of the American League Division Series against the Angels seemed to get the best of him. “Every step made me question my ability to pitch,” Schilling said.

How much is the bloody sock worth?

Curt Schilling’s bloody sock sells for $92,613 at auction.