Kyle Mack

From Fake Baseball Reference
Kyle Mack
Kyle mack.png
Stealing his historic base
Philadelphia Phillies - No. 17
Second Baseman
Born: 1996 (21)

Boston, MA

Bats/Throws Right/Right
MLR Debut
Session 1 of the 2017 season for the Philadelphia Phillies
NABA Statistics (through S2S5)
Batting Average .194
Hits 7
Home runs 1
Runs batted in 2
On-base percentage .333
Career highlights and Awards
  • Stole the first base in MLR history.
User Information
Reddit Username /u/kylemac22
Discord ID # #9818

Kyle Mack (born in 1996), known also as KMac, is an American professional fake baseball second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Redditball. He was selected in the first round of the 2017 Inaugural Draft 10th overall by the Philadelphia Phillies. He is known for stealing the first base in Major League Redditball history, off of Big Tuna.

Early Life[edit]

Born in a small town in suburban Massachusetts, Mack is the youngest of 4 children. After his senior year of high school where he was posted a .335/.338/.460 slash while simultaneously leading the entirety of Massachusetts in stolen bases, he began to attract the eyes of a few future fake baseball scouts, most notably the Orioles and former Royals scouts, as well as a few international managers. As there was no formal Major league reddiball established yet however, Mack opted to continue his education while playing in a few beer leagues. During the summer before his senior year however Mack received the late call from J.A. Bird informing him of his selection.

2017 Season[edit]

Kyle Mack started the 2017 season as the starting second baseman of the Philadelphia Phillies. In his major league debut, he went 0 for 2 with a walk and a run scored. He would get his first hit in Session 2, but his team would lose. Mack would go hitless in Session 3, despite a strong offensive outing by the Phils, and would not hit again until his walk-off single in Session 4 against the Detroit Tigers, where he would go 1 for 2 with a walk.

2017/18 Season[edit]

Perhaps his most memorable moment in the early 2017/18 season is his first regular season home run, hit off Einhorn in Session 6.


As of Season 2, Session 5

2017 7 22 19 5 1 1 0 3 2 2 3 1 .263 .364 .421 .344
2017/18 5 14 12 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 .167 .286 .167 .236