Back in February of 2015, Patrick Coyne over at Monster Mash produced an excellent summary of Mark Bellhorn’s baseball career. If you’re looking to reminisce on this flame that burned briefly but ever so brightly during that magical 2004 season, check out Patrick’s post here:
Patrick notes that Bellhorn has been involved in several business ventures since retiring from baseball in 2009, including owning several Dunkin Donuts franchises in the Boston area.
Wikipedia reports that Bellhorn got married in 2013 and that he and his wife had their first child in June, 2014.
He’s also been playing some golf. In April of 2014, Bellhorn won the Arizona Stroke Play Championship by shooting a final round 7-under 64 (!), forcing a playoff, which he won with a birdie putt on the first playoff hole. Clutch. Just like in 2004.
The Arizona Golf Association bills the stroke play championship as one of the state’s best amateur golf tournaments. To play, you must be a member at an AGA course and have an index under 3.4. The article I found about the victory noted that Bellhorn lives in Scottsdale.