Right-handed pitcher who played for five MLB teams from 1988 to 2002, and won two World Series titles with the Toronto Blue Jays.
He played college baseball at UNLV, and was selected third overall in the 1985 MLB Draft.
In 2000, he received the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award, given annually to one MLB player who exhibits great character and integrity.
He was born in Yakima, Washington.
His teammate, Dave Stewart, helped him develop a splitter.