Known for his big-breaking curveball, this left-handed starter won 101 games during his 13-year big league career.
He pitched for Douglas High School in Nevada.
He wasn't known for his control; he walked 100 or more batters four times and led the league in wild pitches once.
He has two sons, Jackson and Cody.
He was a teammate of gifted Cincinnati Reds shortstop Barry Larkin.