Tim Belcher Recognized by OHSAA on Saturday

The  Ohio High School Athletic Association will honor four former Ohio  greats during the finals of the 2017 Boys State Basketball Tournament  Saturday, March 25.Recognized during the Division III championship game that begins at 5:15 p.m. will be Tim BelcherBrianne McLaughlinRenee Powell and Ed Ratleff. 

Tim Belcher was  an outstanding pitcher who graduated from Highland High School in  Morrow County and then pitched at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Tim  was drafted in the first round of the Major League Baseball Amateur  Draft by the Minnesota Twins, but he signed in the supplemental draft  with the Yankees in 1984. He spent 14 years in the majors between 1987  and 2000, pitching for seven different teams. In 1988, Belcher was part  of the Dodgers’ World Championship team, winning a World Series game,  two National League Championship Series games and the Sporting News’ Rookie Pitcher-of-the-Year Award. In  1989, Tim led the National League with 10 complete games and major  league baseball with eight shutouts. He won 146 games during his career  and won 10 or more games in a season nine times. Tim has  been with the Indians’ organization since his retirement, serving in a  variety of roles including pitching coach for two years and his current  title as special assistant to baseball operations. He and his wife have  three children and reside in Sparta, Ohio.

Congratulations to Tim and his family and his extended family at Highland Schools and #GoTribe!

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