3-period All-Star pitcher for the Houston Astros who led the group to their 1st World Series appearance in 2005. He performed both pitcher and quarterback at at little senior high school in Mississippi. Before he was a back-to-back 20-video game champion in 2004 and 2005, he led the U.S. men’s football team to precious metal in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. He inherited his like of football from his dad, a devoted Atlanta Braves lover. He retired second among Astros pitchers within the all-time strikeouts list, behind Nolan Ryan.