Despite playing at small college Mt. Vernon Nazarene College, this right-hander found himself the first pick of the 1983 MLB entry draft. He didn't sign with the Twins, however, and would be drafted the Yankees the next year, then shuttled to the A's as a result of free agent compensation (not for his table manners). The A's then traded him for Rick Honeycutt and would regret it the next year, as he defeated them in Game 4 of the 1988 World Series.
Name this right-hander whose who would later start on opening day for the Dodgers, Royals, and Angels.