Former MLB catcher began his long tenure as the head coach for Princeton University in 1998.
He made his professional debut with the New York Yankees in 1984.
He played for the Yankees, White Sox, Mariners, and Reds in his six-year career as an MLB catcher.
He has a son named Kevin, who played college baseball.
He was the catcher for Randy Johnson 's 1990 no-hitter.