Moyer proves age is just a state of mind


by New Day Producers

Posted on September 25, 2013 at 11:30 AM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 30 at 8:16 AM

Seattle Mariners pitching great Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen joined Margaret to talk about the incredible experiences shared in Jamie's new memoir JUST TELL ME I CAN'T: HOW JAMIE MOYER DEFIED THE RADAR GUN AND DEFEATED TIME.

Jamie will discuss and sign copies of JUST TELL ME I CAN'T tonight (Wednesday, September 25) from 5:30 - 7:00 pm at Safeco Field's Ellis Pavilion, prior to tonight's M's game. The event is presented by the Mariners RBI Club.

Tomorrow evening (Thursday, September 26), Jamie and Karen will host a dinner and silent auction at Szmania's restaurant in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood from 5:00 - 7:00pm. This event benefits The Moyer Foundation, which remains headquarted here in Seattle. Szmania's is located at 3321 McGraw Street, Seattle 98199. Phone: 206.284.7305

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Here's a quick snapshot of Jamie's career:

Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 1986. Here's is rookie card:



Jamie has played in FOUR DIFFERENT DECADES: 1980’s, 1990’s, 2000’s, 2010’s

MLB teams:

Cubs:  1986-1988

Rangers: 1989-1990

Cardinals: 1991

Orioles: 1993-1995

Red Sox: 1996

MARINERS: 1996-2006

Phillies: 2006-2010

Rockies: 2012

Career stats:

Wins:  269

Losses: 209

ERA: 4.25

K’s: 2441


All Star:  2003

Roberto Clemente Award: 2003

World Series Champion: 2008


Oldest player to record a win (at age 49)

Oldest player to record an RBI (at age 49)

Mariners’ all-time winningest pitcher (145 wins)

Mariners’ record for innings pitched (2,093)

Mariners’ record for games started (323)