October 12, 2002 I thought this guy was going to be a great middle reliever. He had a really good fastball and pitched well in his short stint with the tem. I'm really surprised he didn't have more mlb success.
January 1, 2003 Another mediocre middle reliever in the Jeff Musselman/Toby Borland mold. God, there have been so many. Dewey was perhaps best known for, as a Giant, balking at wearing an AIDS ribbon during a game as part of an effort to support AIDS research charities. It turns out he's some kind of born-again zealot. Way to get yourself a name in San Francisco.
January 15, 2003 I never thought the Mets gave him enough of a chance. I thought he was pretty decent for what he was. Went on to have a couple of decent years for each the Pirates and the Giants. Considering how bad the Mets were in the early 90's, I could never figure out why they gave up on him.
June 17, 2003 Mark Dewey is a great baseball man. I know him as a pitching coach and a friend. He truly knows how the game of baseball should be played and was a true role model.
October 8, 2007 I went to school with Dewey and I'd just like to say that he was a fierce competitor, a good friend, and I think the guy who has a beef with Dewey not wanting to wear an AIDS ribbon ought to get a life. Calling Dewey some sort of Christian Zealot not knowing him at all personally just shows the sort of pea brain for what he is. Not that Mark needs anyone to defend himself. Mark is a successful husband, father and man.