William Nuschler “Will” Clark, Jr. (March 13, 1964-) was a naturally talented first baseman who spent his most-productive years with the San Francisco Giants (1986-1993). Clark was a member of the 1984 US Summer Olympic Baseball Team, and was tapped by the Giants in the first round (2ndoverall) of the 1985 amateur draft. His first Major League at-bat in 1986 resulted in a home run; a feat duplicated a few days later in his first home at-bat at Candlestick Park. Nicknamed “The Thrill,” Clark later played with the Texas Rangers (1994-1998), Baltimore Orioles (1999-2000), and St. Louis Cardinals (2000). A six-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger Award recipient, he also was the 1989 NLCS MVP and a 1991 Gold Glove Award winner. He holds a .303 career batting average with 284 home runs and 1,205 RBI.