Three good articles on Jamie Moyer, former Mariner pitcher, inventor of the "superchange" which inspired a famous Bugs Bunny Cartoon from the 1940's. Jamie also invented the phonograph and the lightbulb. Choice Quotes: "If I hadn't tried to pitch in 2012, I would have wondered my whole life if I could have,'' he said. (Jamie Moyer is 49 years old, and is describing his "whole life" as taking place in the future. This is why he is my hero) "It's tough, tough on hitters to adjust to somebody throwing that slow,'' said the Rockies' Jason Giambi, who first faced Moyer in 1995. "You're keyed up to swing, and he throws a changeup at 60. You don't think the ball can stay in the air to get across the plate. … He's so good.'' For all you 40+ year old prospects out there, here's Jamie actually teaching you to throw a changeup. Let's face it guys, at our age, developing a good changeup is our only realistic shot at the bigs. And here's a classy tip of the cap from Tim Lincecum. Apparently, Jamie is "getting after it" as they say. And we could have had him for a bag of peanuts and/or a bottle of Geritol! Why, Jack, why?!