MLB pitcher who helped lead the Anaheim Angels to a World Series Championship in 2002 and was also a member of the Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series Championship team and the Chicago Cubs' 2016 World Series Championship team. He led the American League in ERA in 2007.
He played one season at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Despite being a rookie in 2002, manager Mike Scioscia threw him out on the mound for game 6 of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants and Lackey pitched well enough for the Angels to clinch the title.
He and his wife of three years, Krista Clark, divorced in 2012
He played alongside third baseman Troy Glaus on the Anaheim and Los Angeles Angels.