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2001 Consumer Electronics Show
2001010501 - 05 JANUARY 2001 - LAS VEGAS NEVADA, USA: Intel CEO Craig Barrett is introduced for his keynote address at the 2001 Consumer Electronics show January 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is coming up through a jellow mold into the hands of the Blue Man Group entertainmers. rlw/Liaison Photo/Steve Wilson UPI
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Stephen Douglas Wilson (born December 13, 1964, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) is a retired Canadian Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher. He is an alumnus of the University of Portland and participated the 1984 Summer Olympics for Canada.

In 1984, Steve pitched for the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks summer amateur baseball club, where he was among 12 other players to eventually reach the major leagues.

Wilson was drafted by the Texas Rangers in 1985 in the 4th round, 83rd overall,and went on to make his Major League Baseball debut with the Texas Rangers on September 16, 1988. On December 5, 1988, Wilson was traded from the Rangers to the Chicago Cubs with Paul Kilgus, Curtis Wilkerson, and Mitch Williams for Rafael Palmeiro, Jamie Moyer, and Drew Hall. After two and a half seasons in Chicago, he was then traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Jeff Hartsock. Wilson appeared in his final Major League game on October 2, 1993.

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