Mark was promoted to minor league catching coordinator in February of 2019 following three seasons as manager for Double-A Tennessee ... led Single-A Kane County to the Midwest League title in 2014 and Single-A Myrtle Beach to the Carolina League championship in 2015 ... managed Single-A Boise in 2011-12 ... Named the 2015 Carolina League Manager of the Year and the 2014 Midwest League Manager of the Year ... also named Baseball America's 2014 Minor League Manager of the Year ... The Pelicans in 2015 finished with the best record in the Carolina League (81-57) ... swept Wilmington in the best-of-five championship series ... The 2014 Kane County Cougars led the minors with 91 wins and had the highest winning percentage of any full-season team ... won Midwest League title ... awarded "Best Team in 2014" by MILB.com ... In 2011, his first year as a manager, led Boise to its first playoff berth since 2006 ... led Boise to a second-straight playoff berth in 2012 after going a league-best 24-14 in the second half ... Enjoyed 17 professional seasons (1994-2010) on the field, including 332 major league games with the White Sox (1998-2002), Oakland (2003), Milwaukee (2004) and St. Louis (2008) … he played for the Cubs Triple-A Iowa affiliate in 2005 and 2009-10 ... The former big league catcher had a career .218 batting average (204-for-934) with 37 doubles, four triples, 16 homers and 83 RBI in 332 major league games ... Attended Warner Robins High School in Warner Robins, Ga.