William Nuschler Clark Jr. was born March 13, 1964.

He's best known for his eight years with the San Francisco Giants. He played with the Giants from 1986 to 1993, making five straight All-star teams along the way.

"The Thrill", as he was affectionately called, never hit under .280 for a season. He led the Giants to the 1989 World Series, where they were swept by the Oakland Athletics.

Clark also helped the U.S. win the 1984 silver medal in baseball. He now serves in the front office for the Giants.

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