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"It was a dream come true to be drafted by a pro team and have the opportunity to play." In season after season, pitcher Jamie Moyer's dreams kept coming true. In fact, in twenty-five major league seasons (1986-2012), the small-town Pennsylvania boy kept winning, pleasing fans, and eventually setting age records. His success didn't come by overpowering hitters. In fact, announcers joked that this right-hander had three pitches: slower, slower, and slowest. But the hurler who once confessed that he looked at every season as a spring training invite finally hung up his glove more than a quarter century after he had begun. An inspiring autobiography of a mild-mannered, can-do guy.