Youngest of eight children Made his Major League debut with Seattle in September of 1983. Was named an All-Star in 1987 and '88. Was ESPN's lead analyst from 1996 to 2006. Fired in 2006 over reported case of sexual harassment. Sued ESPN, and settled in 2008. Has worked for MLB.com; SportsNet New York; TBS; and MLB Network. Won a Sports Emmy in 2003 for his work on Baseball Tonight on ESPN.