Mike Buddie

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Michael Joseph Buddie

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Mike Buddie played five seasons in the majors, pitching in 87 games. During 12 years in the minors he won 79 games.

Buddie was a 2-time State Champion (1988-89) in wrestling for St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, OH. He was also the tight end for the school's State Championship football team in 1988.

Buddie attended Wake Forest University from 1990 to 1992. His time there overlapped with that of Kevin Jarvis. A fourth-round draft pick in 1992, he spent most of his minor league time in the New York Yankees organization. He went 13-10 for Greensboro in 1993 and 12-5 for Tampa in 1994. Part of each year from 1997-2000 was spent in Columbus and parts of 2000-01 and 2003 were in Indianapolis.

Buddie, who received a degree from Wake Forest in 1993, currently works for Wake Forest. Source: profile of Mike Buddie. He played the role of "Jack Spellman" in the 1999 movie For the Love of the Game.

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