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Let's put it this way: I'm old enough to remember Pedro as Ramon's little brother, Randy Johnson as that goofy tall guy on the Expos, Smoltz as the young kid pitching a Game 7 and Biggio as that Catcher on the Astros who looked like he was 12. At... If you didn't see him you would have heard the hiss of the terrifyingly fast moving fast ball. Johnson was drafted by the Braves in 1982 but failed to sign (imagine if he had: Glavine, Avery, Smoltz, Maddux and Johnson). He was drafted again in 1985 in the second round by the Expos and reached the majors in 1988. As the 1989 season neared the mid point, the Expos felt they had a chance to win now, while the Mariners were perpetually building for the future. In what was seen as a steal for the Expos and a disaster for Seattle, the Mariners sent their only star, Mark Langston to the Expos in exchange for Gene Harris, Brian Holman and Randy Johnson. It took less than a year for the Mariners to find out what they got. Johnson would go 14-11 in his first full Mariners season and would establish himself as a star the following year with his first All Star appearance. By 1995 Johnson was the most feared pitcher in the game and his dominance led the Mariners to their first ever post season birth. He finished the season at 18-2 and in a one game playoff for the AL West title beat Mark Langston, now pitching for the Angels, whom he had been traded for years earlier. He won his first Cy Young Award that year and finished 6th in MVP voting. He signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks in the off season and immediately helped the expansion team become a contender. He would win the next four straight Cy Young awards, three of four ERA titles and the 2001 World Series MVP (shared with co-ace Curt Schilling). The Cy Young run ended after an injury plagued 2003 season when Johnson made just 18 starts and finished 6-8. He returned healthy in 2004 and pitched a perfect game that year. He was traded to the Yankees following that year and although he had a strong year, the team behind him was not the dominant Yankees of years past and the team struggled. Johnson never seemed entirely comfortable in the big city and after the 2006 season he returned to Arizona in pursuit of 300 wins. He had an injury plagued 2007 season but returned to win 11 in 2008. He spent his final year with the Giants in 2009 and retired as one of the greatest pitchers in the history of the game. Source: Baseball Eras Blog
George Gilder is a prophet. He's been right repeatedly about almost every issue—from sex to Israel to economics—and now he's back to tackle the most important — yet least debated — issue of our time: money. Why is money—specifically, the value of
4 seed Jeff Bell of Wichita 6 and 5 in his morning match, he couldn't quite pick off another win. It was a battle, however. In fact, it was the longest match of the tourney as Beckler and Lawrence's Bradley Lane dueled for 22 holes before Lane took the
RT @Fun_Facts_1: Left-handed people are more likely to experience PTSD symptoms after watching a scary film. 07/25/15, @Jeff_Bell_MGWV
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Rewind, Replay, Repeat is the revealing story of Jeff Bell's struggle with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and his hard-won recovery. Nagging doubt: It's a part of everyday life. Who hasn't doubled back to check on a door or appliance? But what if one check wasn't enough? Nor two or three? And what if nagging doubt grew so intense that physical senses became all but useless? Such was the case for Bell, a husband, father, and highly successful radio news anchor--and one of the millions of Americans living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). His fascinating memoir recounts.
So now you say, we have heard of Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon, Kurt Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr., but who is Christopher Bell? Bell, 20, is a USAC open-wheel prodigy, who started racing in 2011 and since he began, has compiled outstanding ...
Notable names that were eliminated in the round of 32 included Conrad Roberts, the No. 2 seed, Wichita’s Jeff Bell, the No. 4 seed, and Bryan Norton, the tournament’s three-time and defending champion. After playing near-flawless golf through the first ...
Fellow Topekan Andrew Beckler did his best to join McHenry in the quarterfinals. But after rolling past No. 4 seed Jeff Bell of Wichita 6 and 5 in his morning match, he couldn’t quite pick off another win. It was a battle, however. In fact, it was the ...
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Jeffrey Bell, Producer: Angel. Jeffrey Bell was born as Jeffrey Jackson Bell. He is known for his work on Angel (1999), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013) and Alias (2001).