Mark Thomas Teahen is a former Canadian-American baseball midfielder who played in Major League Baseball for Kansas City Royals, Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays. He graduated from Yucaipa High School in 1999 and attended St. College. Mary is in California. Teahen competed for the 39th time in the 2002 NHL Draft by Oakland Athletics with a choice between 1st and 2nd half. He's one of the players featured in the book Moneyball, which affirms he has the potential to be the next Jason Giambi. Before the 2009 World Classic Baseball, Teahen, whose father was born in St. Marys, Ont., Was a Canadian citizen and played for Team Canada during the event. In 2011, Teahen and Brett Lawrie both started at the Blue Jays, marking the first time the team had two Canadians in their starting lineup.
Journeyman infielder played in the MLB for the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox, and several other teams.
He made his MLB debut on April 4, 2005 for the Kansas City Royals.
After released by the Royals, he was briefly part of the Toronto Blue Jays, becoming the second Canadian in the team's starting lineup.
He married Lauren McClain on the last day of 2010.
He came from the Oakland A's to the Royals in a complex deal that also sent John Buck to the Royals from the Astros.
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