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Terry Craft 40

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE TIME: 14 Years
CAREER: Became a member of the Major League staff in 1993...has worked the All-Star Game (1997), the Division Series (1998, 2000), and the 2003 ALCS...umpired Dave Stewart's no-hitter against Toronto (1990) and Jim Abbott's no-hitter against Cleveland (1993)...previously worked in the Appalachian League (1979), South Atlantic League (1980), Carolina League (1981-82), Southern League (1983-84), International League (1985-86), and Dominican Winter League (1986). PERSONAL: Terry Lee Craft...born on December 9, 1954 in Portsmouth, OH...currently resides in Bradenton, FL...married Karen (10/30/93)...has two children, Taylor and Renee...attended Shawnee State University (OH)...played baseball through high school...spent seven years on active duty in the U.S. Army...began his career by umpiring games in the military and amateur associations...proudest moment as a Major League umpire was working the 1997 All-Star Game in Cleveland...enjoys golf, bicycling and kids' activities with his children during the off-season...avid researcher of the John F. Kennedy assasination.

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