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Sports Figures

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Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts/San Diego Chargers Hall of Famer
Hank Greenberg One of the first Jewish Baseball players...Hall of Famer Detroit Tigers Slugger
Tris Speaker Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame Slugger
Christy Mathewson New York Giants Hall of Fame Pitcher
Bob Mathias Two time Olympic Decathlon Gold Medalist
Jerry Rice San Francisco 49ers Great Hall of Famer W.R holds the record for most TDs caught and is quite a dancer
Ted Atkinson Canadian born American Horse Jockey hall of fame
Shoeless Joe Jackson 1919 Chicago White Sox Scandal...the Black Sox Scandal
Stan Musial "Stan the Man" St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer
Jackie Robinson Brooklyn Dodger Great Hall of Famer
Pete Carrol NFL Coach N.E Patriots and Seattle Seahawks and USC Trojans
Dizzy Dean Hall of famer hurler for the St. Louis Cards
Johnny Lujack Chicago Bears Hall of Fame QB who also was a Heisman Trophy winner at Notre Dame
Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins Hall of Fame QB
Larry Bird Boston Celtics Hall of Famer
Bobby Layne Detroit Lions Hall of Fame QB
Jerry Bailey American Hall of Fame Jocky
Hugh McElhenny San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame Running Back known as the "king"
Hack Wilson Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame slugger also played for the N.Y Giants. Had the best N.L singleseason at one time 56 Homers and 191 Rbis
Otto Graham Cleveland Brown Hall of Fame QB
Lou Gehrig N.Y Yankees Hall of Famer known as the "Iron Man"
Bill Dickey N.Y Yankees Hall of Fame catcher
Walter Alston Long time Brook/LA Dodgers Manager
Alan Ameche Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame running back and Heisman Trophy winner at the University of Wisconsin. known as the "Horse"
Carl Lewis Track and Field Legend...Olympic Gold Medalist
Wilma Rudolph Women's Track and Fiels Legen...Olympic Gold Medalist
Elgin Baylor Lakers Legendary Hall of Fame Forward and one time basketball executive for the Clippers
Lefty Grove Philadelphia A's Legenfary Hall of Fame Pitcher
Mel Patton is an American track adn field athlete who won two gold medals at the 1948 Summer Olympics
Roger Bannister English former athlete best known for running the first mile in less then 4 minutes
Jerry West Lakers Hall of Fame LEgen and executive
Bob Seagren Track and Field Pole Vault Gold Medalist champ and actor
Steve Young 49ers Hall of Fame Legend QB and ESPN analyst
John McGraw Legendary Manager of the New York Giants Baseball Club
Parry O'Brien American shot put champion. Born in Santa Monica, CA. he competed in four consecutive Summer Olympics where he won two hold and one silver. Placed fourth in his last competition
Evelyn Ashford Women's Track and Field Legend. Olympic Gold Medalist
Knute Rockne Legendary player and coach at Notre Dame
Willie McCovey San Francico Hall of Fame slugger known as "stretch"
Hank Aaron Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves Hall of fame legend
Walter Johnson Washington Nationals legendary pitcher
Tom Brady New England Patriots All pro star QB
Kenny Washington was a professional football player who was the first African American to sign a contract with the NFL. Played for LA RAMS
Amos Alonzo Stagg American athlete and pioneering college coach in multiple spots, primarily football
Peyton Manning All Pro QB for the Broncos and Colts
Gayle Sayers Chicago Bears hall of fame Legend
Cy Young Legendary pitcher and has a trophy named after him for the top pitcher in each league
Felix Blanchard Heisman trophy winner and college footbal great and championship coach
Jay Berwanger First heisman trophy winner
Red Grange Chicago Bears Hall of Famer and known as "the galloping ghost"
Kyle Rote Heisman Trophy Winer . N.Y Giants great H.B and broadcaster
Luc Robitaille Legendary Hall of Famer Forward for the LA Kings. Won a Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings
John Brodie San Fran 49ers QB legend an dStanford All American and College Football Hall of Famer. also a pro golfer
D. Wayne Lukas American horserace owner and trainer
Marcus Allen USC All American R.B and NFL superstar for the Raiders and Chiefs
Lew Alcindor Kareem Abdul Jabbar UCLA all american. NBA hall of famer with Bucks and Lakers
John Wooden UCLA Hall of fame legendary coach that won 11 National Championships
Mauric Richard Montreal Canadiens Legendary Hall of Famer. 50 goals in 50 games. "the rocket"
Bob Miller Hall of Fame Hockey Broadcaster for the LA Kings
Carl Hubbel N.Y Gials Hall of Fame LEgendary Pitcher
Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Fame LEgendary Short Stop
Norm Van Brocklin Hall of fam Legendary QB for LA Rams and Phila. Eagles "dutchman"
Tony Lazzeri N.Y Yankees legend played with Ruth and Gehrig
Roy Campanella Legendary Brooklyn Dodgers Catcher
Bob Waterfield NFL QB for the Cleveland and LA Rams
Johnny Vandermeer Cincinatti Reds pitching great that threw consecutive no hitters in 1938
Don Larsen threw a perfect game in the 1956 World Series. N.Y Yankees champion
Troy Aikman Dallas Cowboy star QB
Bart Starr Legendary Hall of Fame QB and Superbowl MVP for the Green Bay Packers
Frankie Albert Legendary S.F 49ers QB
Charlie Whittingham American race horse trainer
Honus Wagner Pittspurgh Hall of fame legen. "flying dutchman"
Bill Shoemaker Legendary Horse Jockey
Candance Parker WNBA LA Sparks
Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs Slugger. Hall of Fame
Sandy Koufax LA Dodgers Hall of Famer . CY young winner
Bill Martin Yankees Legendary Hall of Famer player and manager
Barry Sanders Detroit Lions Hall of Fame R.B
Emmit Smith Dallas Cowboy Hall Of Fame R.B
Miller Huggins Legendary MLB player
Enos Slaughter St. Louis Cardinals MLB Hall of Fame slugger
Joe Montana S.F 49ers Legend. Hall of Famer
Michael Jordan Greatest Basketball player Chicago Bulls
Roger Staubach Dallas QB. Hall of fame legend
Phil Rizzuto Yankee great and broadcaster
Vin Scully Hall of Fame legendary broadcaster
Monte Irvin N.Y Giants legendary outfielder
Chris McCarron Hall of fame horse jockey
Doak Walker Legendary College and NFL player
Lisa Leslie USC all american. ladies basketball great
Frank Gifford N.Y Giants Hall of famer and broadcaster
Marion Jones ladies track and field star
Rafer Johnson Track and field legend
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