Rewind | Chat with veteran MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer
Jamie Moyer has pitched 24 seasons in the major leagues and plans to resume his career in 2012 after successful Tommy John surgery.
The crafty lefthander made his debut for the Chicago Cubs in 1986 and has played for seven ML ballclubs. His longest stint came with the Mariners from 1996-2006.
During his time in Seattle, Moyer twice won 20 or more games in a season, with 20 in 2001 and 21 in 2003. He also surpassed Randy Johnson as the franchise's all-time leader in wins with 147.
In 2008, he went 16-7 during the regular season and helped the Philadelphia Phillies win their second World Series title.
His 267 career victories currently ranks ninth all time in MLB history for wins by a lefthanded pitcher.
Off the field, he has won several awards for his charitable work, including the 2003 Roberto Clemente Award and 2003 Hutch Award. Through the Moyer Foundation, he continues to work tirelessly for children in distress.
Moyer will be available to talk about his exceptional pitching career, his playing days with Mariners and much more in a live chat on July 25.
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