Former MLB beginning pitcher who was simply named to 4 All-Star games seeing that a member from the Milwaukee Brewers from 2001 to 2008. Some elbow injuries compelled him to stop working in 2012 after short stints using the Oakland Athletics and Atlanta Braves. After graduating from St. Amant SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, he continued to play university football at Northeast Louisiana School. He helped lead america national group to a precious metal medal on the 2000 Olympics. He previously two sons called Seaver and Miller along with his wife Julia. He put together 264 strikeouts in 2004, second in the Country wide League to just the fantastic Randy Johnson, who fanned 290 batters.