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Pete Rose

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Pete Rose is a retired MLB player and manager, who played for the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, and Montreal Expos. He is the all-time MLB leader in hits, games played, at-bats, singles, and outs. Rose won three World Series rings, three batting titles, one MVP Award, two Gold Gloves, the Rookie of the Year Award, and also made seventeen All-Star... read full bio

Tommy John

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Tommy John, proved to the baseball world that serious physical problems do not necessarily drown the spirit of a true competitor. After many years of Pitching, Tommy John permanently damaged the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching arm, and a miraculous revolutionary surgical operation was performed. The operation, widely known today as Tommy John surgery, replaced the ligament in... read full bio

Davey Johnson

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Manager 2009 World Championship USA Baseball team, 2008 USA Olympic Baseball, LA Dodgers, Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, NY Mets. Former Gold Glove Winner, Major League All-Star. In his 13-year major league career, Johnson played for the Baltimore Orioles (19651972), Atlanta Braves (19731975), Philadelphia Phillies (197778) and Chicago Cubs (1978). Also, he played in the Japanese League for the Yomiuri Giants... read full bio

Bucky Dent

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Bucky Dent played twelve years in Major League Baseball for the New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. He had a lifetime batting average of .247 with 40 home runs, 169 doubles, 23 triples, 451 runs scored and 423 RBIs in his major league career. He was a member of the two time New York... 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

Mookie Wilson

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Mookie Wilson is a former Major League Baseball outfielder and coach. A switch hitter with excellent speed, his positive attitude and hustle immediately endeared him to a New York Mets fan base. He was enshrined in the New York Mets Hall of Fame. His most memorable play when he hit the ground ball that rolled through Bill Buckner's legs in... read full bio

Kris Benson

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Kris Benson is a former Major League Baseball starting pitcher. Benson, has supported several charities since beginning his professional career. After 9/11, he founded the non-profit organization Benson's Battalion, whose work then-Rep. The Battalion raised funds for emergency services in the wake of 9/11. They also made considerable contributions to the Red Cross and United Way for 9/11 relief. Benson... read full bio

Lee Smith

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Lee Smith is a retired professional baseball player, who played eighteen years in Major League Baseball. A right handed pitcher, Smith pitched for eight different teams and became one of the elite closers in baseball history. He spent his first eight seasons with the Chicago Cubs, and to this day continues to hold the team record for career saves. He... read full bio

Andy Van Slyke

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National Baseball Hall of Famer Andy Van Slyke is a former professional MLB coach and retired MLB outfielder. His last coaching position was with the Seattle Mariners, and prior to that with the Detroit Tigers. Van Slyke was drafted as the sixth overall pick in the 1979 Major League Baseball Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. Other teams he played... 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

Ron Cey

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Ron Cey is a former professional baseball player who played for the Oakland Athletics, the Chicago Cubs, and the Los Angeles Dodgers as a third baseman. His college coach gave him the nickname The Penguin", for his slow running gait. He was on the All-Star team six different times and was a World Series champion with the Dodgers. He was... read full bio

Edgar Martinez

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Formerly an MLB designated hitter and third baseman for the Seattle Mariners, Edgar Martinez is now the hitting coach for that same team, which he spent his entire eighteen-year MLB career with. While playing, he became a seven-time All-Star, five-time Silver Slugger Award winner, two-time AL batting champion, and AL RBI leader. Martinez was one of the most popular players... 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

Jay Buhner

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Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame outfielder Jay Buhner was among the elite MLB players of his day, recognized by his signature look with a shaved head, thick goatee, and patch of pine tar on the right hip of his uniform. He was awarded the Gold Glove, honoring his superior individual fielding performance, in his eighth season with the Mariners. Burner... read full bio

Mel Stottlemyre

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Mel Stottlemyre is a retired MLB pitcher and pitching coach, who played eleven seasons for the New Yorks Yankees and coached for 23 seasons. Throughout his coaching career, he was a five-time MLB All-Star and five-time World Series champion. Teams he coached include the New York Mets, Houston Astros, New York Yankees, and Seattle Mariners.... read full bio

Dave Dravecky

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Dave Dravecky's story is one of hope, courage and perseverance in the midst of dark and overwhelming uncertainty. In 1988 Dave was at the top of his game and life. In his seventh year as a MLB pitcher for the San Francisco Giants, a cancerous tumor was discovered in Dave's pitching arm. The next years were a whirlwind of surgery,... read full bio

Jim Morris -The Rookie

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Jim Morris' Cinderella story serves as testimony for the power of dreams and their ability to inspire and transform human life. Jims meteoric rise from 35 year old high school teacher to flame throwing major league pitcher in three months made cinematic history with the release of The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid. One of Jim's most memorable moments was when... read full bio

Dusty Baker

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As a player Dusty Baker spent 16 prestigious seasons with Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland. Dusty went to three World Series with the Dodgers and beat the New York Yankees in 1981 to win the World Championship. He was named to the All-Time Los Angeles Dodger team and as a Manager named to the All-Time San Francisco Giants... read full bio

Ken Griffey Sr.

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Kenneth Griffey Sr. is a former Major League Baseball outfielder. He is the father of former professional outfielder Ken Griffey, Jr. and former minor leaguer Craig Griffey. Griffey Sr. played for five MLB teams best known for being a part of the famous Big Red Machine for the Cincinnati Reds who claimed five division titles in seven years. He went... read full bio

Maury Wills

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Maury Wills is a former Major League Baseball shortstop and switch-hitting batter who played most prominently with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and also with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Montreal Expos. He was an essential component of the Dodgers' championship teams in the mid-1960s, and deserves much credit for reviving the stolen base as part of baseball strategy. In 14-seasons career,... read full bio

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