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Ted Lilly

Major League Baseball pitcher

Ted Lilly is ...


Born 4 January 1976 in Lomita and Torrance
Age 47 years, 5 months

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Occupation baseball player
Country for sport United States of America
Handedness left-handedness
Awards Major League Baseball All-Star and Major League Baseball All-Star
Sport baseball
Significant event Major League Baseball initial signing, Major League Baseball debut, 1996 Major League Baseball draft and Major League Baseball final game
Member of sports team Los Angeles Dodgers, Montreal Expos, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Toronto Blue Jays, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers and Yakima Bears
Educated at Yosemite High School and Fresno City College

About Ted Lilly

Ted Lilly: The Left-Handed Ace

Ted Lilly was born on January 4, 1976, in Lomita, California. From a young age, he showed a natural talent for baseball, and by the time he was in high school, he was already being scouted by Major League teams.

Lilly was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1996, but it wasn't until he was traded to the Montreal Expos in 2004 that he really began to shine. That year, he posted a 12-10 record with a 3.65 ERA, and he was named the Expos' Pitcher of the Year.

Over the next few years, Lilly bounced around the league, playing for the Oakland Athletics, Toronto Blue Jays, and Chicago Cubs. But no matter where he went, he continued to impress with his pinpoint control and devastating curveball.

In 2010, Lilly signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team that had originally drafted him. That year, he went 10-12 with a 3.62 ERA, and he helped lead the Dodgers to the playoffs.

Lilly retired from baseball in 2013 with a career record of 130-113 and a 4.14 ERA. He was known for his work ethic and his dedication to his craft, and he was respected by teammates and opponents alike.

Off the field, Lilly has been involved in a number of charitable causes, including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.

Ted Lilly may not have been a household name, but he was one of the most consistent and reliable pitchers of his generation. He will always be remembered as a left-handed ace who could dominate any lineup on any given day.


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- "Ted Lilly." Los Angeles Dodgers.

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