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  Former Major League Baseball knuckleball pitcher Tom Candiotti rolls his way into Bowling Hall of Fame | ...
Candiotti will be honored at the Bowling Proprietor's Association of America's (BPAA) International Bowl Expo on June 27, 2007 at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay during the Museum's annual "Salute to Bowling" fundraising event.
Tom embodies all that is great about bowling and his commitment and love of the game makes him an ideal ambassador and a perfect addition to the Hall of Fame," said Joe Schumacker, president, BPAA.
Candiotti will be recognized in the Celebrities exhibit at the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame in St. Louis this summer, joining former NFL great Jerome Bettis.
www.bowlingdigital.com /bowling/node/15739   (705 words)

  Tom Candiotti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Caesar Candiotti (born August 31, 1957 in Walnut Creek, California) is a former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who was known for his knuckleball.
In 2005, his first year of eligibility, Candiotti received less than 5% of the vote (he received 2 votes; the threshold was 26) from the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, thus becoming ineligible to appear on future BBWAA ballots.
However, he may eventually be considered for induction into the Hall by the Veterans Committee once 20 years have passed from his date of retirement (therefore, in the year 2020), in accordance with current Hall of Fame rules (enacted in 2001).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tom_Candiotti   (190 words)

 Tom Candiotti | BaseballLibrary.com
Candiotti was released by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1985 after six years in the minors and two major league trials.
Candiotti (9-13 at Vancouver), who has been throwing a knuckler less than a year, will lead the American League in complete games (17) in 1986.
Candiotti hit three Houston batters in the frame, and another to lead off the 2nd, to tie a major league mark.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/C/Candiotti_Tom.stm   (850 words)

 PSA - Professional Sports Authenticator
Tom Candiotti, who was born on August 31, 1957, began his Major League Baseball career in 1983, with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Tom says that, like most kids, his interest in cards waned a bit at some point during his teenage years, but was then renewed as he got older.
Tom, who keeps his cards in a safety deposit box, and brings them out to show friends from time to time, says that he is a bit disappointed that kids today seem to be more concerned with the monetary value of a card than what the players mean to them.
www.psacard.com /smrweb/backissues/smr0605/candiotti.chtml   (2092 words)

 Tom Candiotti Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Tom Candiotti was born on Saturday, August 31, 1957, in Walnut Creek, California.
Candiotti was 25 years old when he broke into the big leagues on August 8, 1983, with the Milwaukee Brewers.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Tom Candiotti baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=candito01   (304 words)

 Call of the Game }>> SKINNY
MLB.com reports the Diamondbacks hired former pitcher Tom Candiotti to replace Ken Phelps as the club's analyst on radio broadcasts.
Candiotti retired following the 1999 season and served as a special assistant to the general manager for the Indians from 2000-2001.
Candiotti began broadcasting in 2001, when he served as an analyst on the Blue Jays television crew as well as doing some work for ESPN Radio.
www.callofthegame.com /news/?itemid=1240   (248 words)

 CBS News | Candiotti, A's Stop Yanks Sweep | December 13, 1999 05:18:42
Those seemed to be the three speeds of Tom Candiotti's pitches Wednesday night as he baffled the mighty New York Yankees with his knuckleball.
Candiotti pitched a four-hitter to outduel Hideki Irabu, who allowed just two hits, as the Oakland Athletics beat New York 3-1 to avoid a four-game sweep.
Candiotti (7-13) was tempted to try to finish the game with a fastball, but decided to stick with his knuckler because he knew Strawberry was struggling with that pitch.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/1998/08/06/archive/main15587.shtml   (605 words)

 Tom Candiotti - Fantasy Baseball Cafe 2004
Fantasy veterans remember Candiotti fondly as a player who could be counted on to eat up innings while posting solid ERA and WHIP scores.
Now, several years after retiring from the mound, Candiotti is set to return to pro sports, and fantasy owners should take note.
Candiotti’s strong showing this spring (ranked 185th in the ABC Masters) seems to be a sign of good things to come, and his average of 215 already compares favorably to players such as Hernandez, Carter, and even Johnson.
www.fantasybaseballcafe.com /2004/sleepers_candiotti.php   (239 words)

 CBS News | A's Send Candiotti To Minors | December 13, 1999 05:19:09
Tom Candiotti, a knuckleball pitcher who has won 150 games in a 16-year major league career, was designated for assignment Monday by the Oakland Athletics.
Candiotti was 3-5 this season with a 6.35 ERA in 11 starts.
Candiotti, who had his 150th career victory on May 28 against Baltimore, has played for Milwaukee, Cleveland, Toronto, Los Angeles and Oakland.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/1999/06/07/archive/main50004.shtml   (286 words)

 Welcome to the Tucson Citizen
Former major league pitcher Tom Candiotti found out yesterday facing the Bronx Bombers might have been easier than the lane conditions at the PBA Odor-Eaters Open at the Golden Pin Lanes.
Candiotti, who played for six teams, including Toronto and the Los Angeles Dodgers in the playoffs, is retired from baseball, but he will continue throwing strikes on the lanes.
Candiotti pitched well in the majors, but he felt like a rookie again when he arrived Tuesday to take part in his first PBA.
www.tucsoncitizen.com /index.php?page=pro&story_id=021304c1_pbacandiotti   (672 words)

It was nice to have Tom "Cotton" Candiotti in the ESPN broadcast booth at the PBA GEICO Open from Arizona on Sunday.
Critics will say Candiotti had no chance of being competitive in the tournament, so the exemption should have gone to a more worthy bowler --perhaps one of the region's young guns, hungry for a shot to show his stuff at a PBA Tour stop.
This way, a public relations move (such as Candiotti or a woman or underage prodigy or senior legend) could be made, and at the same time, worthy bowlers from the Regional program would get deserved berths in select events.
www.bowlersjournal.com /the_messenger/display_article?id=57   (716 words)

 lies.com » More Detail on Tom Rodrigue’s Mother
It features an interview with Tom Rodrigue, whose mother’s death by drowning after days of frantic phonecalls was tearfully described by Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard on Meet the Press last week: Newsnight with Aaron Brown.
CANDIOTTI: His mother, Eva Rodrigue lived, and apparently died, with more than 30 others in St. Rita’s Nursing Home, which was flooded after Katrina swept into New Orleans.
CANDIOTTI: Tom Rodrigue, himself a former emergency management director for Louisiana’s National Guard, was out of town when Katrina turned toward New Orleans.
www.lies.com /wp/2005/09/10/more-detail-on-tom-rodrigues-mother   (1583 words)

 Athletics vs. Red Sox
Tom Candiotti allowed two runs over six innings for his fifth win in six starts and Matt Stairs and Jason Giambi drove in two runs apiece as the Oakland Athletics defeated the Boston Red Sox for just the second time in 11 meetings, 6-3.
Candiotti (10-14) scattered six hits with two walks and two strikeouts to improve to 9-8 lifetime against Boston.
Pitches-strikes: Schourek 68-41; C Reyes 56-32; J Wasdin 52-33; Candiotti 95-59; Tj Mathews 11-7; Groom 25-14; Taylor 12-8.
www.geocities.com /Colosseum/Pressbox/4534/recap.htm   (1256 words)

 ESPN Search: tom candiotti
Tom Candiotti provides analysis for select ESPN Major League Baseball coverage, working at various games throughout the season.
Candiotti joined ESPN's baseball coverage team in 2001, shortly after closing the door on his 17-year pitching career.
ESPN analyst Tom Candiotti answers three key pitching questions as the World Series drama continues.
sports.espn.go.com /keyword/search?searchString=Tom_Candiotti&source=l_navbar&rT=sports   (921 words)

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Tom has also been a part of ESPN's coverage of the Little League World Series, which has become one of the year's most popular sporting events.
Tom became just the 20th pitcher in the history of baseball to throw the knuckleball.
Tom played for 17 years with the Milwaukee Brewers (1983-1985), Cleveland Indians (1986-1991, 1999), Toronto Blue Jays (1991), Los Angeles Dodgers (1992-1997), and Oakland Athletics (1998- 1999).
www.rlrassociates.net /printables/baseball_tom_candiotti_print.doc   (638 words)

 Former MLB Knuckleballer Tom Candiotti Earns Spot in Hall of Fame
ST. LOUIS, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Former Major League Baseball (MLB) knuckleball pitcher Tom Candiotti has thrown many strikes in his career, but it's the strikes he rolls on the bowling lanes that earned him a spot in the Hall of Fame.
The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame announced today that Candiotti, a radio analyst for the Arizona Diamondbacks and life- long bowler, is the second inductee into the Celebrities Bowling Hall of Fame.
Tom embodies all that is great about bowling and his commitment and love of the game makes him an ideal ambassador and a perfect addition to the Hall of Fame," said Joe Schumacher, president, BPAA.
www.hofmag.com /content/view/806/190   (774 words)

 Tom Candiotti - Deadspin
That's a part deep inside all of us, we must admit, that wonders if athletes are secretly basing the outcomes of their games not on whether or not their team wins, but whether or not it affects their fantasy team.
Candiotti strolls to the pen and, within earshot of Martinez, tells pitching coach Ron Perranoski, "Perry, I just talked to Bret Saberhagen, and Sabes told me that if Kent gets drilled his first time up, he's mush for the rest of the series."
Candiotti talks about how after that, "Pedro Martinez (Ramon's brother) started drilling Kent, and so did all the other Dominican pitchers.
www.deadspin.com /sports/tom-candiotti   (267 words)

 JS Online: Tougher policy was already in works
Former major-league pitcher Tom Candiotti, who began his career in the Brewers system, is embarking on a new career.
Candiotti will participate in the Professional Bowlers Association GEICO Open in Mesa, Ariz., from Jan 5-9.
Candiotti received a commissioners exemption, whatever that is, to be allowed into the field.
www.jsonline.com /sports/brew/dec04/283006.asp?format=print   (1306 words)

 Tom & Donna Candiotti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ron (a sports fanatic in denial) was especially excited about the celebrity on the other end of the phone line as Tom Candiotti previously was a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians which are from Ron's home town.
After a few phone calls and faxes, we decided that we would send a delegation to the proposed job site to see if a dome was feasable for their 3 tiered swimming pool.
A date was set, and away we went to the humble abode of the Candiotti's.
www.rontimco.com /candiotti/canfam.htm   (389 words)

 AL Roundup: Rangers' Sele is first 10-game winner in AL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Sele issued a career-high seven walks and hit a batter, but the Rangers beat Oakland 3-2, thanks to plenty of help from Athletics starter Tom Candiotti.
Candiotti's wildness and the Oakland's inability to hit in the clutch helped Texas halt its three-game losing streak on an afternoon when the temperature reached 99 degrees.
Tom Gordon pitched the 10th to earn his 21st save in 22 opportunities.
www.chron.com /content/chronicle/sports/bb/98/06/19/19al-roundup.2-0.html   (655 words)

 Baseball Musings: Candy Alley
Tom and I worked together on Baseball Tonight On-line for ESPN during the 2001 season and I really enjoyed his commentary.
Candiotti said pitching and bowling are worlds apart, but there are certain concepts that carry over.
Tom Seaver Fan Club From Tom Seaver to Dwight Gooden to Carlos Beltran, A look at the New York Mets past, present and future.
www.baseballmusings.com /archives/008203.php   (2218 words)

 The Tom Candiotti ''Best of the Best'' Collection - PSA Library
Once known for his wicked knuckleball, Tom Candiotti is now known for his ''best of the best'' card collection.
For serious card collectors, however, Candiotti's famous pitch is secondary to one of the former big leaguer's other abilities -- having the ability (both financially and commitment-wise) to compile one of the finest, PSA-graded card collections known to exist.
Oh, and by the way - just in case you were thinking about giving Tom a run in compiling a collection like this, you should probably know that just these 25 cards alone are valued at somewhere between $4 million and $7.15 million dollars!
www.psacard.com /articles/article_view.chtml?artid=4390&universeid=314&type=1   (2057 words)

 Tom Candiotti Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
Like Tom, I became re-interested in BB card collecting to teach my son the history of the game.
Salaries for mid-season call-ups or traded players may not be shown.
View Tom Candiotti's uniforms at Dressed to the Nines, a Baseball Hall of Fame on-line exhibit
www.baseball-reference.com /c/candito01.shtml   (575 words)

 National League Baseball - Cardinals vs. Dodgers
Pitches-strikes: Astacio 72-42; Candiotti 22-15; An Osuna 17-12; To Worrell 23-17; Morris 103-69; Tj Mathews 29-22; Fossas 10-7.
Ground balls-fly balls: Astacio 8-3; Candiotti 2-2; An Osuna 2-3; To Worrell 2-0; Morris 9-6; Tj Mathews 1-4; Fossas 2-1.
Batters faced: Astacio 19; Candiotti 6; An Osuna 7; To Worrell 6; Morris 28; Tj Mathews 8; Fossas 3.
www.eddog.com /ed/sports/dodgers-cards-06-08-97.html   (1224 words)

 Move to National League means more   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Phoenix — Going to the plate with bat in hand may seem foreign to Milwaukee Brewers pitchers at this stage, but Tom Candiotti says they soon will learn the importance of that duty.
Candiotti, who began his major-league career with the Brewers in 1983, played six seasons in the American League with Cleveland and Toronto before signing with the Dodgers and moving to the National League.
If the score is 2-1 in the seventh inning with two on and two down, the pitcher probably will yield to a pinch-hitter.
www.jsonline.com /sports/brew/sat/bweek30798.stm   (1182 words)

 Phone call with Tom Candiotti to Knuckleball HQ - Knuckleball Pitching Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Apparently Tom is a celebrity hired by a company that, for a fee, will arrange to have a star they work with call you with a brief message.
However, there is some discovery to be done by those who already do that, or those who throw sidewinder or submarine, especially if they want to bring it up (at least to save the arm).
I meant to say that Tom said he was talking to a ML pitcher awhile back, no big name, whose career was on the line.
www.oddball-mall.com /knucklertalk/viewthread.php?tid=393   (698 words)

 Tom Candiotti | The BASEBALL Page
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See the most popular players who played the same position as Tom Candiotti.
Find out where Candiotti ranks all-time among players at his position.
www.thebaseballpage.com /players/candito01.php   (96 words)

 We Really Like the Way You Contribute Here | Just a Gwai Lo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jeff Angus after describing catcher Mike Piazza talking to Tom Candiotti entirely in the voice of Beavis of Beavis and Butthead: “Big organizations usually hate contributors who act like Piazza.
What they fail to understand is that that part of his personality is inseparable from the part they like -- as with any very successful hitter, he's going to make an out over 60% of the time, and so he chooses to make a joke out of adversity to maintain an even keel for himself.
I've attended evaluation sessions with clients where the supervisor said something like, "Mike, we really like the way you contribute here, but you have to stop being such a clown".
www.justagwailo.com /filter/2005/08/03/contribute   (523 words)

 Science of Baseball: Putting Something on the Ball: page 4
It's a hard pitch to master, and its behavior is unpredictable.
Tom Candiotti, celebrated knuckleball pitcher for the Oakland A's, describes it this way: "It's a strange pitch.
To learn more about the knuckleball visit Tom Candiotti's website: tomcandiotti.com
www.exploratorium.edu /baseball/putting_4.html   (546 words)

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