Year Inducted: 2009
Owns 37 career PBA Tour titles and six career majors. Was second bowler to complete the “Grand Slam” (USBC Masters, Tournament of Champions, U.S. Open and PBA National/World Championship)…One of five players to complete the Triple Crown (TOC, U.S. Open, PBA National/World Championship). Only bowler to have won three consecutive major titles. Has won multiple titles in a season eight times, including a career-best five in 1994. Named PBA Player of the Year in 1994 and 2000. Holds the record as youngest bowler to win a PBA Tour title, winning his first title in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1983 at 18 years and 345 days. He is a four-time George Young High Average Award winner. Set the PBA single-season average record with 228.47 in 2006-07. Has appeared in multiple televised finals every season since 1990. Had a career-best nine-game TV winning streak which started on March 19, 2006, and ended on March 18, 2007, and included four titles. Rolled a nationally-televised 300 game against Walter Ray Williams Jr. in the semifinal match of the Earl Anthony Classic in Tacoma, Wash., on Jan. 5, 2003.