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Bernie Williams

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Any baseball fan knows how Bernie Williams plays. The superstar New York Yankees center fielder has consistently flashed grace, passion, disciplined focus and a remarkably fluid sense of rhythm in feats both at the plate and in the field that have made him truly the heir in his role to no less than Hall of Famers Joe DiMaggio and Mickey... read full bio

Bert Blyleven

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From 1970 until 1992, Bert pitched in the Major Leagues. Infamous for his curveball, which Brooks Robinson claimed, "was nasty, I'll tell you that." Raised in Garden Grove, California, he was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the first round of the 1969 draft following his high school graduation. The following year, he graduated to the Majors and was named the American League... read full bio

Bert Campaneris

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Bert Campaneris, also known as Campy, is a former major league shortstop. A native of Cuba, Bert made his major league debut with the Kansas City Royals. Throughout his career he played on four teams; the Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees. Bert holds numerous franchise records for the Oakland Athletics including career games played,... read full bio

Bill Lee

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Bill Lee, also known as “Spaceman,” is an American former professional baseball player who played as a left-handed pitcher in the MLB. Lee was born in Burbank, California, and he began his career playing baseball in high school before going on to play college in baseball for the University of Southern California where he helped the university to win the... read full bio

Bill Russell

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Bill Russell is a former shortstop, coach, and manager for the MLB. He played his entire eighteen-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers as the starting shortstop for four National League wins and one World Series championship team. Russell also served as the teams manager for two years. He was the clubs everyday shortstop for eleven years, anchoring an infield... read full bio

Billy Ripken

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From 1987 through 1998, William Ripken, sometimes known as "Billy The Kid," played in the American National Baseball Association as a shortstop. He played for a number of teams over his career, including the Cleveland Indians (1995), Texas Rangers (1993-94, '97), Baltimore Orioles (1987-92, '96), and Detroit Tigers (1998). At 180 pounds (82 kg) and 6 feet 1 inch (1.85... read full bio

Billy Ripken

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Billy the Kid, real name William Oliver Ripken, is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) infielder who played professionally in the United States. Ripken demonstrated his abilities on the field from 1987 to 1998 while playing for a number of organizations, including the Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, and Detroit Tigers. The younger brother of the illustrious Hall of... read full bio

Blake Snell

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Blake Snell is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays of the MLB. He was born in Seattle, Washington, and began playing baseball at his high school, Shorewood, where he earned a run average of 1.00 with 128 strikeouts over 63 innings, and went on to commit to the University of Washington. Snell was then selected by... read full bio

Bob Gibson

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Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Bob Gibson overcame childhood illness to excel in youth sports, particularly basketball and baseball. After briefly playing under contract to both the basketball Harlem Globetrotters team and the St. Louis Cardinals organization, Gibson decided to only continue playing baseball professionally. He became known a fierce competitor and very intense player. He was the starting pitcher in... read full bio

Bob Stanley

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Bob Stanley is an American former professional baseball pitcher who played in the MLB and spent the entirety of his MLB career pitching for the Boston Red Sox. Stanley was born in Portland, Maine, and he began his career playing baseball in his high school where he earned All-star honors as a pitcher-shortstop. He went on to be drafted in... read full bio

Bob Uecker

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Robert George Bob Uecker is an American former Major League Baseball player, sportscaster, comedian and actor. Uecker was given the title of "Mr. Baseball" by Johnny Carson. Known for his humor, particularly about his undistinguished playing career, Uecker actually became much better known after he retired from playing. He made 100 guest appearances on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show, and... read full bio

Bob Watson

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General manager of the 1996 World Champion New York Yankees, Bob Watson set a standard for corporate reorganization that is applicable to any business arena. Withstanding intense national scrutiny, he rebuilt the team from the ground up, earning the organization its first World Series win in 18 years. He also overcame baseball's color barrier to become one of the game's... read full bio

Bobby Cox

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Bobby Cox is an American former professional baseball third baseman and manager in the MLB. Cox is from Tulsa, Oklahoma and he started his career as a player for the New York Yankees. Cox only played for the Yankees for a year and while playing, Cox had a batting average of .225, had 9 home runs, and 58 runs batted... read full bio

Bobby Richardson

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Bobby Richardson is a former second baseman who played for the New York Yankees. He is the only World Series MVP ever to be selected from the losing team. He racked up 1,432 hits in his career, with a lifetime batting average of .266, 34 home runs and 390 RBIs. He won a Gold Glove at second base, while forming... read full bio

Boog Powell

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John /”Boog/"" Powell is a former first baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Dodgers. Powell joined the Orioles in 1961, and spent his first three seasons as a slow-footed left fielder before switching to first base. Powell led the Orioles to the 1966 World Series, where they became baseball's world... read full bio

Brady Anderson

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Brady Anderson is a former baseball executive and former outfielder who has played in the MLB. Anderson was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, and he began his career playing high school baseball before playing college baseball at the University of California, Irvine before going on to be drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the MLB draft. Anderson was traded... read full bio

Brandon Belt

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First baseman for the San Francisco Giants, Brandon Belt has been an integral part of the team's two World Series victories. He played for The Texas Longhorns while a student at the University of Texas. They came in second place at the College World Series. Following his time in the minor leagues, ranked Belt as the 26th greatest prospect... read full bio

Bret Saberhagen

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Bret Saberhagen is a former professional baseball player for the MLB. He was a pitcher for the Kansas City Royals, the New York Mets, the Colorado Rockies, and the Boston Red Sox. He was honored with the Cy Young award after holding a record of 20 wins and only 6 losses. He also led the Royals to win the World... read full bio

Brian Jordan

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Brian Jordan is a former MLB outfielder and a former football safety who played in the NFL. Jordan was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and while growing up, he exceled in playing both baseball and football in high school and went on to study at the University of Richmond before going on to be selected in the MLB draft as well... read full bio

Bronson Arroyo

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Bronson Arroyo is an American former professional baseball pitcher who played in the MLB for several years. Arroyo was born in Key West, Florida, and he began his career playing baseball in high school where he was named to the Class 4A all-state first team before going on to sign a letter of intent to play college baseball at South... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire baseb performers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Bernie Williams, Bert Blyleven, Bert Campaneris, Bill Lee, Bill Russell, Billy Ripken, Billy Ripken, Blake Snell, Bob Gibson, Bob Stanley, Bob Uecker, Bob Watson, Bobby Cox, Bobby Richardson, Boog Powell, Brady Anderson, Brandon Belt, Bret Saberhagen, Brian Jordan, Bronson Arroyo and more!