Lamar Johnson Sr., is a retired American professional baseball player and former hitting coach of the Milwaukee Brewers, Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners and New York Mets. Johnson was the first junior athlete to compete in the Grand Tournament from 1974 to 1982 for the Chicago White Sox and the Texas Rangers. Pitcher and right-handed pitcher, Johnson is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 215 pounds. Perhaps on the best day of his career, June 19, 1977, in front of Team A, Johnson sang the national anthem before the game, and followed with two hosts, the White Sox's only success of the day, when Sox won 2 - 2. 1 .
Self-taught dancer who developed the nickname Flipz thanks to his amazing back flipping and tumbling ability. He starred as West in Family Channel's hit dance series The Next Step and later as Seven Carter in the film The Hate U Give.
He is friends with actress Halle Berry and has posted a photo of them together on Instagram.
He appeared on The Maury Show for America's Most Talented Kid Dancers.
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