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Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols is considered one of the best ball players of the decade.
Professor of Economics at Smith College; Sports Economist; Author
Former starting pitcher for the New York Yankees and Houston Astros; 5x World Series Champion; 3x All-Star selection player; 2001 ALCS MVP
Billy Bean is a former Major League Baseball Player, and is most notably known for becoming the second Major League Baseball Player to acknowledge his homosexuality to the public.
Bobby Valentine played nearly 10 years of professional baseball before he became a successful manager with the New York Mets. Valentine is now the manager of the Boston Red Sox. He has also worked for ESPN.
Former MLB Player; 3x MLB All-Star; 4x Gold Glove Award Winner; 2x Silver Slugger Award Winner
Former third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles; 18x All-Star Selection; 16x Gold Glove Winner; 2x World Series Champion; Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Former Short Stop and Third Baseman for the Baltimore Orioles; Holds the record for the most consecutive games played with 2,131; Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame; Baseball Analyst for TNT
Former MLB catcher for the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox; 1972 AL Rookie of the Year; 11x All-Star Selection; Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame
Award Winning ESPN Broadcaster: Hockey, Baseball, Football, & Golf
Fox & ESPN Broadcaster: The Olympics, the Daytona 500, horse racing’s Triple Crown series of races, the Super Bowl, the World Series, The Masters, the NBA finals, the U.S. Open and the NCAA Final Four tournament.
Curt Schilling is one of the best pitchers of his time, during his career he lead his team to three different World Series Championships. Schilling is currently part of ESPN's broadcast coverage of Major League Baseball.
Darryl Strawberry was the first round draft pick in 1980 right out of high school, just 6 years later he lead his team the New York Mets to win the 1986 World Series Championship.
Former outfielder for the Padres, Yankees, Blue Jays, Angels, Twins, & Indians; Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame; Analyst for ESPN's Baseball Tonight; Also drafted by NBA, ABA, and NFL Teams
Former MLB Pitcher; Member of five World Series teams; Pitched a perfect game July 18, 1999; New York Yankees Broadcaster on the YES Network
NFL Network Analyst; Former Cornerback in the NFL; Former MLB Outfielder
Former first baseman for the New York Yankees; 6x All-Star Selection; 9x Gold Glove Winner; Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers
Current Manager of the Cincinnati Reds; Former Manager of the San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs; Retired MLB Player
Hank Aaron is considered by Sporting News Magazine to be the fifth greatest player in the history of baseball, he is most notably known for breaking Babe Ruth's home run record.
Jim Abbott is one of the most impressive pitchers in the history of baseball, born without a right hand made things more difficult but it did not stop him from tossing a no hitter while playing with the New York Yankees.
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