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In the 1981 strike-shortened season he finished 10-6, helping Oakland to clinch the AL Division Series.
He pitched well in a losing effort in Game Three of the AL Championship Series, giving up one earned run in 8-1/3 innings in a game won by the New York Yankees 4–0.
Who can forget the fantastically cringe-worthy moment that Tamra Judge threw a drink in Jeana's face at the end of Season 6? But these days, Jeana, the former model and actress and ex-wife of pro baseball player Matt Keough, is living a less dramatic life.
After her 2010 exit, Jeana poppped up on Bravo's , which helped her lose 25 lbs. After making a few memorable appearances in the years since, she's still happily living in The OC and still selling real estate, a job she loves. "When I walk through an airport or when I go into any place, I'm never alone, I'm never a stranger—there's always somebody there that’s a fan.
She had a glass of wine thrown in her face by ex co-star Tamra Barney during the series’ 6th season finale. If you see something that doesn’t look right, contact us.
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After that, he scouted for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and is currently an executive for the Oakland Athletics. The umpire, seeing the tremendous break on the pitch, assumed Remy had fouled off the pitch and so he remained at bat with two strikes.
He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a pitcher for the Oakland Athletics (1977–1983), New York Yankees (1983–1984), St.
Louis Cardinals (1985), Chicago Cubs (1986) and Houston Astros (1986) from 1977 through 1986. He was drafted by the Oakland A's out of Corona del Mar High School in 1973.
In a nine-season career, Keough posted a 58-84 record with 590 strikeouts and a 4.17 ERA in 1190 innings pitched, including seven shutouts and 57 complete games. He was supposed to replace departed Sal Bando at third base, but after leading the California league in hitting while playing for Modesto in his second year of professional baseball in 1975, he hit a disappointing .210 in Double-A in 1976.
Keough slumped again in 1982, tying for the AL lead with 18 losses against 11 wins in 34 starts.
He also walked more batters than he struck out (101-to-75) and led the league in home runs (38) and earned runs (133) allowed.