Five-time MLB All-Star pitcher who won four World Series Championships with three different teams during his 18-year career.
He attended Brigham Young University before being drafted by the Detroit Tigers.
He pitched one of the most famous games in baseball history, a 10-inning shutout in Game 7 of the 1991 World Series for the Minnesota Twins.
He and his wife Jennifer raised one son named Erik.
He won 21 games in 1986, but lost the American League Cy Young Award to Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens.