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Turk Wendell
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Baseball Player
    He went by the name 'Turk,' rather than his birth name.
    Despite not being considered an erratic pitcher, he wore #99, which was made famous by notable erratic pitchers, Mitch Williams and the Rick Vaughn character in the 'Major League' movies.
    He drew the ire of Barry Bonds after he publicly accused him of taking steriods through the media.
    He made the infamous statement about Vladimir Guerrero, 'If he doesn't like it, he can freakin' go back to the Dominican and find another line of work,' after the latter took exception about being beaned by him.
    He started a controversy with the MLBPA when he brashly stated he wanted to play his last major league season for free.
    When the MLBPA objected to his plan, he said he would drop his membership from the union in order to go through with his plans.
    He was a fan favorite with every team he played for.
    He wasn't afraid to speak his mind, regardless of the consequences.
    He agrees with a lot of the things Jose Canseco admitted about baseball's rampant steroid abuse in the 1990's.
    He played his college baseball at Quinnipac University, where he holds two school records for career strikeouts and earned run average.
    He did a lot of charity work during his career.

Credit: Ricky


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    In 2011, Out of 28 Votes: 42.86% Annoying
    In 2010, Out of 64 Votes: 50.0% Annoying
 
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