Philadelphia Phillies All-Star third baseman from 1972 to 1989, who strike 548 career house works. He was an 8-period National League house run champ and 3-period NL MVP. He was also called 1980 Globe Series MVP after leading the Phillies to triumph on the Kansas Town Royals. He had been signed by a realtor at the early age of twelve. He was a 10-period Gold Glove champion and strike 4 home works in one game on Apr 17, 1976. He previously two kids with Donna Wightman, whom he wedded in 1973. He performed alongside the fantastic Pete Rose for the Phillies.
|1||Hosts a comedy podcast called "The 40-Year-Old Boy".|
|Cheap Seats: Without Ron Parker||TV Series 3 episodes, 2006 writer - 25 episodes, 2004|
|Saints Row||2006||Video Game radio stations|
|Starface||2006||TV Series writer - 40 episodes|
|Funny Money||2003||TV Series writer - 10 episodes|
|The Life & Times of Tim||2012||TV Series||Sportscaster|
|Father's Day||2011/I||Lowlife DJ (as Mike Schmidt)|
|Some Kinda Joke||2000||Short||Bobbing Guy|
|Wheel of Fortune||2013||TV Series||Himself - Contestant|
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