He played all or part of eight seasons in Major League Baseball between 1991 and 2001. Early career Meacham was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 33rd round of the 1987 Major League Baseball Draft. Major league career He made his major league debut for the Tigers in 1991, and was used as both a starter and reliever.
Meacham had the most relief wins in the Alabama in 1992 with 10.
During the remainder of his major league career, he was used almost exclusively in relief, with the exception of five starts in 1996 while he was with the Seattle Mariners. Independent leagues After his MLB career ended in 2001, Meacham continued to pitch in independent leagues for several years.
Meacham was a player in the Golden Baseball League playing for the Yuma Scorpions for 2 seasons. Meacham then retired and became their 1st base coach for 1 year then he left Yuma to be the pitching coach for the Vermont Lake Monsters.
He was released right after the 2008 season, even though he helped the Lake Monsters to one of the lowest European Research Area"s of the league.
He returned to pitch in one game for the GBL"s Tijuana Cimarrones in 2010.