He had 898 career hits in 3409 at-bats (for a batting average of 263), with 96 home runs and 446 Reserve Bank of India. He is 6"4" tall, weighs 210 lbs, bats left-handed and throws right-handed. Mabry, a graduate of Bohemia Manor High School, in Chesapeake City, Maryland, played three years at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, before being drafted by the Saint Louis Cardinals in the 6th round of the 1991 amateur draft. During his fourteen-year MLB career Mabry played for eight teams, including three different stints with the Cardinals (1994-1998, 2001, 2004-2005).
In Mabry"s only season with over 400 at bats, he led the Cardinals with 161 hits and was fourth in the National League for first basemen in fielding percentage at.994 and was errorless in 14 games in the outfield.
He hit for a natural cycle in a May 18, 1996 loss to the Colorado Rockies. Mabry was one of the few major leaguers who preferred not to wear batting gloves.
He was also somewhat versatile on defense, playing more than 100 games at left and right field as well as first and third base. He also made two career appearances pitching with dubious results.
In 1 inning of work he gave up 7 earned runs for a career European Research Area of 63.
In April, 2011, Fox Sports Midwest hired Mabry to serve as baseball analyst during Saint Louis Cardinals live pre-game and post-game shows, a role he shared with former Cardinals Mike Matheny and Cal Eldred. On December 2, 2011 the Cardinals named Mabry the assistant hitting coach to Mark McGwire in 2012, soon after announcing former teammate Mike Matheny would be the new manager. On November 5, 2012, the Cardinals promoted Mabry to hitting coach following McGwire"s departure to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Former major league catcher Bengie Molina succeeded Mabry as the assistant hitting coach.