"David Alan Ford" is a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Ford attended Lincoln-West High School, and after graduating in 1975, was selected with the 23rd pick by the Orioles in the 1975 Major League Baseball Draft.

Ford started his career in the minor league with Bluefield and Miami in 1975, pitching 52 and 12 innings respectively for the two clubs. In 1976, while playing for Charlotte of the Southern League (baseball)/Southern League, he pitched 212 innings, posted a 17–7 record, and had an earned run average/ERA of 2.50 over 27 games. For his efforts, Ford was named Southern League’s Pitcher of the Year. The next season, he pitched for the Rochester Red Wings of the International League, and finished the season with a 9–14 record and a 4.81 ERA. He spent the 1978 season at Rochester as well, pitching in 15 games, winning six and losing five.

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