MLB third baseman who hit 237 home runs while batting .259 during his 16-year career.
He was seen as a possible replacement for aging Baltimore Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson when he began his career in 1973.
He was traded to the Angels in 1982 so that Cal Ripken Jr.. could start his career in Baltimore.
He married his first wife Kristi in 1971.
He played alongside Hall of Fame first baseman Eddie Murray on the Baltimore Orioles for several years.