Mark Edward Langston (born August 20, 1960 in San Diego, California) is an American left-handed former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Seattle Mariners (–), Montreal Expos (1989), California and Anaheim Angels (–), San Diego Padres and Cleveland Indians ().
In 1989, Langston was in a trade which sent him to Montreal and Randy Johnson to the Mariners.
In 1990, he pitched the first seven innings for a 2–0 combined no-hitter with Mike Witt. Witt, who had pitched a perfect game back in 1984, tossed the final two frames. This combined no-hitter remains the last one in Angels history.
In the 1998 World Series, Langston's 2–2 pitch to Tino Martinez appeared to be over the plate, but was called ball 3; Langston's next pitch was hit for a grand slam in the seventh inning of Game 1 to give the New York Yankees a 9–5 lead. The Yankees went on to sweep the San Diego Padres in four games.
Weaver will be AL starter for All-Stars MLB: Simi Valley grad is first Angels pitcher to have distinction since Mark Langston in 1993.
Jul 11, 2011; ANAHEIM - Right-hander Jered Weaver said he was told Sunday he would start for the American League All-Star team Tuesday night in...