Name: Tom Gordon
Date of birth: 18/11/1967
Height: 175 cm (5 feet, 9 inch)
Place of birth: Sebring, Florida
Current team: Arizona Diamondbacks
Position: Relief Pitcher
Major League Baseball debut: September 8, 1988 for the Kansas City Royals
A professional baseball player from USA, Tom Gordon was born on November 18, 1967 in Sebring, Florida. These days, he plays for Arizona Diamondbacks in Major League Baseball as Relief pitcher. Gordon has proved to be a great player by demonstrating good performance and skills, and that's the reason, he is always given respect by his team mates and the fans. Flash is the nick named he has earned, and the people from media, and his fans and team mates call him mostly with his nick name. In professional baseball, he has been associated with any team in Major League baseball for 21 years. Apart from the national minor's baseball league, Gordon has played for Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies and Arizona Diamondbacks in the major's level. He wears shirt no. 36 in Arizona Diamondbacks.
When he as a kid, he loved to watch baseball, and soon, he started to play at his home. Later, in the Avon Park School Avon Park, Florida, he performed for the school team where people believed that he has a great potential and he should get proper training to become a star soon. Gordon achieved one of his main milestones when he was selected by Kansas City Royals in 6th Round (157th overall) of 1986 amateur entry draft. But this was not the end of his journey of success, he played some games for the minor affiliations of the major team and then this was his 2nd big milestone achieved when he made his debut at MLB on September 8, 1988 for the Kansas City Royals.
His talent has earned him a lot of fame and fortune and he has also awarded several times including World Series champion. His present annual salary is $500,000.
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