With the Giants, he would go to three All-Star Games, have three .300 years, and took them to the World Series in 1954, which they would win. That year and the season before, he was able to show off some power with at least 20 Home Runs. Dark was also an above-average defensive player.
Dark had stops in St. Louis, Chicago (Cubs), Philadelphia, and Minnesota before retiring in 196 with 2,098 Hits.
He would later become a successful Manager, winning pennants in both leagues, and the World Series in 1974 with Oakland.