Mark has spent over 20 years working in sports as a baseball agent, national TV & radio broadcaster, media relations director, author, producer and coaching convention director.
He is a guest professor each semester at the University of Southern California (USC), educating students of the prestigious Annenberg School for Journalism and Communication on “How To Get A Job In Sports”. Mark also lectures at colleges nationwide on that topic, including Duke, Boston College, TCU, Texas A&M, LSU and San Jose State.
As an MLB agent, his daily responsibilities include managing a myriad of off-field services for Major & Minor League clients and their families, salary arbitration preparation and contract negotiation.
Mark is also a frequent speaker at high schools on how “Character Matters”, offering guidance to families about social media dangers, volunteering and anti-bullying.
Mark was the television play-by-play announcer for MLB Network's National Youth Baseball Championship and his book, Minor Moments, Major Memories, debuted in bookstores in 2005. A dramatic television series inspired by the book was optioned to Sony Pictures Television.
Originally from New York, Mark played baseball at non-scholarship Division II Stonehill College in Massachusetts, where he was team captain his senior year, and graduated with a degree in Communication.