Switch-hitting 2B Mark Lemke wasn’t much of a player during the regular season. His forte was defense during the regular season but in the playoffs he picked up the pace with the bat, often getting key hits. Lemke played 10 years for the Braves in which he played in 1,038 games during the regular season and he was 778 for 3,139 (.248 avg, .646 OPS) with 339 runs scored, 32 homers, 263 RBIs and 11 stolen bases. Those numbers aren’t very impressive. But, in the post-season, Lemke played in 62 games for the Braves in which he was 63 for 232 (.272 avg, .688 OPS) with 22 runs scored, 1 homer and 25 RBIs. Lemke will be remembered as a good fielder who was clutch in the playoffs with the bat for the Braves.