The fourth native Australian to pitch in the MLB, pitched for 7 teams in his career.
He first pitched in the major leagues for the Milwaukee Brewers and posted a 2.83 ERA in his rookie season.
He was used as a 'matchup lefty' for most of his career, and threw a 90 mph sinking fastball.
His wife Cindy died from Crohn's disease in 2000.
He was part of the trade that sent star pitcher Roger Clemens to the New York Yankees.