Rewind | Live chat with former Mariner pitcher Norm Charlton
Norm Charlton played 13 seasons in the major leagues and was one of the toughest left-handed relievers in the game during his career.
He made his ML debut with the Cincinnati Reds in 1988 and went on to play with seven different clubs, including three separate stints with the Mariners.
In 1990, he helped the Reds roll to a World Series title with a sweep of the Oakland A's.
Nicknamed "The Sheriff," Charlton was a fan favorite in Seattle and played a key role out of the bullpen for two of the most beloved teams in Mariners history, 1995 ("Refuse to Lose") and 2001 (116 wins).
He talked about his baseball career, his playing days with the Mariners and much more in a live chat July 15 on seattletimes.com.
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