(June 29, 1954- )
Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Birth name is Frederick Wayne Honeycutt
Pitcher for the Seattle Mariners (1977-1980), Texas Rangers (1981-1983, 1994), Los Angeles Dodgers (1983-1987), Oakland Athletics (1987-1993, 1995), New York Yankees (1995) and St. Louis Cardinals (1996-1997)
Pitching coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers (2006- )
Two All-Star selections (1980 and 1983)
Attended the University of Tennessee
Why he might be annoying
He played on two separate stints with the Rangers and Athletics.
He was considered a journeyman player.
He served a 10 day suspension for scuffing a ball with a tack in his glove (1980).
He was a member of two World Series losing teams (1988 and 1990).
Why he might not be annoying
He is left-handed.
He earned All-American honors while playing for the University of Tennessee.
He played for the Mariners during their inaugural season.
He pitched an ERA of 2.42 (1983).
He helped the Athletics defeat the San Francisco Giants to win the World Series title (1989).
He opened his own sporting goods and apparel company in his hometown.
Credit: Neo NX2004
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In 2007, Out of 53 Votes: 73.58% Annoying
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