I've rescinded my trade demand because I want all of us to go into spring training with no negative vibes, all positive and no clouds over our headsIn S[orts from United Press International Jan 07, 2003
I've rescinded my trade demand because I want all of us to go into spring training with no negative vibes, all positive and no clouds over our headsBrian Jordan rescinds trade demand Jan 06, 2003
The collapse of credit ratings is the biggest liquidity killer, particularly the downgrading to junk status of big trading players who used to do high-volume trading and provide a lot of the liquidity at major hubs, both in the daily and forward marketsFERC says power firms maybe gamed markets Aug 13, 2002
If the smoke gets thick enough, you can get an arc of about 500,000 voltsFire near LA explodes out of control Jun 06, 2002
We can't have fire trucks everywhere, but we are getting more resources into Southern CaliforniaFire near LA explodes out of control Jun 06, 2002
Brian O'Neal Jordan (born March 29, 1967 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a retired Major League Baseball outfielder and National Football League safety. In the NFL, he played for the Atlanta Falcons, while he played in the MLB for the St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Texas Rangers.
Jordan was a sports star at Milford Mill Academy in Randallstown, Maryland. After graduating from the University of Richmond, Jordan embarked on a dual baseball and football career. He was drafted in the first round of the 1988 draft by the St. Louis Cardinals and also signed a contract with the NFL's Atlanta Falcons. He has older twin siblings named Deric and Felicia. Deric, his older brother was an outstanding football player, baseball player and wrestler at Milford Mill Academy and an even greater standout in football at Washington and Jefferson College where he started as a freshman and lettered all four years. Deric was the first to be looked at by the NFL and given the chance to walk on with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Felicia has just as impressive athletic credentials as her brothers excelling in volleyball, basketball, and softball.
While climbing the ladder in the Cardinals' minor league system, Jordan played defensive back for the Falcons from 1989 to 1991. He had five interceptions and four sacks in his brief career, but Jordan decided to give up football to concentrate on baseball.