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Norm Charlton
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Baseball Player
    He was a switch hitter.
    He was a journeyman player.
    Throughout his 13 season playing career, he only made one All-Star selection.
    His performance in Baltimore was a disappointment.
    In his second stint with the Reds, he failed to repeat the same success from his first stint with the team.
    He was let go as the Mariners' bullpen coach after Don Wakamatsu became the team's manager (November 2008).
    He graduated Rice University with three degrees.
    He threw left handed.
    He is not afraid to speak to his mind.
    He had Tommy John surgery.
    He, along with Rob Dibble and Randy Myers, formed the 'Nasty Boys' pitching trio due to thier similar clutch and shutdown performances.
    He and his 'Nasty Boys' teammates helped the Reds win the 1990 World Series.
    He was instrumental in helping the Mariners to their first ever playoff appearance in 1995 and also helping the team to tie the 116 wins record in 2001.

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