50 States, 50 Athletes

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Alabama(Mobile) White Sox pitcher, 2007 NL CY Young winner
Alaska(Juneau) Current Chicago Bulls power forward
Arizona(Phoenix) Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder, had 30 game hit streak in 2011, clutch hitter for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Arkansas(Benton) 2008 AL Cy Young Award winner, currently ace of the Philadelphia Phillies
California(La Mirada) Possibly greatest softball pitcher all time, 2004 Gold Medalist
Colorado(Denver) Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, absolute workhorse, threw no hitter in Game 1 of 2010 NLDS
Connecticut(Trumbull) former New York Rangers center, 2010 Olympic silver medalist in hockey
Delaware(Newark) Figure skater, three time US Men's National Champion
Florida(Lake Wells) 'Stat City' Current New York Knicks power forward, 2003 NBA Rookie of the Year
Georgia(Atlanta) Orlando Magic center, best defender in the NBA, 2004 NBA Draft first overall pick
Hawaii(Wailuku) 'The Flying Hawaiian', Philadelphia Phillies center fielder, three time Gold Glover
Idaho(Boise) Former Broncos QB, nicknamed 'The Snake', retired rather than play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Ilinois(Chicago) First Bull to win MVP since Jordan, one of the game's best point guards
Indiana(Columbus) 2002 and 2005 Nextel Cup champion, former IndyCar champion, climbs fences after wins
Iowa(Des Moines) 2008 Gold medalist in balance beam and Silver medalist in the all-around
Kansas(Kansas City) 5 Time British Open Champion, almost became the oldest major golf champion ever in 2009
Kentucky(Louisville) Current Celtics point guard, broke out in the 2009 NBA Playoffs
Louisiana(New Orleans) 4 time NFL MVP, once he retires could possibly be statistically greatest QB
Maine(Brunswick) Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, 2004 High School baseball Player of the Year
Maryland(Baltimore) Greatest swimmer of all time, record breaking eight Gold Medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics
Massachusetts(Norfolk) Seattle Seahawks QB, led Seahawks to first Super Bowl in 2006
Michigan(Flint) Clutch goalie and 2011 Vezina and Conn Smythe Winner
Minnesota(St. Paul) First American woman to win Gold in downhill skiing, won three straight World Cups in Super G
Mississippi(Laurel) Oakland Raiders QB, first round pick in 2005 for the Washington Redskins, played at Auburn University
Missouri(Columbia) Indiana Pacers power forward, one of the most hated college basketball players of all time, overrated
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Montana(Butte) Not technically an athlete but the greatest daredevil in the world
Nebraska(Omaha) 2003 US Open champion, second ranked US Men's tennis player behind Mardy Fish, married to Brooklyn Decker
Nevada(Las Vegas) First overall pick 2010 MLB Draft, top rated prospect in the Nationals organization
New Hampshire(Londonderry) 'The Beard', great character and funny player, closer San Francisco Giants
New Jersey(North Brunswick) Current Everton goalkeeper, first American to receive a winner's medal in the FA Cup
New Mexico(Albuquerque) Two time Indianapolis 500 champion, 1990 and 1994 IndyCar champion
New York(Rochester) Second ever American captain of the Montreal Canadiens, won Stanley Cup in 2002-03 with New Jersey Devils
North Carolina(Raleigh) First overall pick in 1999 MLB Draft, overcame very serious drug addiction to become 2010 AL MVP and ALCS MVP
North Dakota(Bismarck) Recently retired former QB for Jets, Lions, Vikings, and Cowboys, played at the University of Wisconsin
Ohio(Lima) 2 time Super Bowl winner, sister played basketball at Oklahoma, one of the toughest QB's in the NFL
Oklahoma(Oklahoma City) Current Los Angeles Clippers power forward, known for his powerful dunks and only good thing about the Clippers
Oregon(Madras) Boston Red Sox center fielder, one of the fastest players in MLB
Pennsylvania(Wyomissing) Miami Dolphins QB, second all time true freshman to start at QB for Michigan
Rhode Island(Providence) Colorado Rockies catcher, shared time with Brian McCann as starting catcher in the 2009 World Baseball Classic
South Carolina(Columbia) PGA golfer, lost the 2010 PGA Championship on a controversial penalty that put him one shot behind
South Dakota(Webster) Former MMA Heavyweight Champion and WWE wrestler, tryed out for Minnesota Vikings
Tennessee(Murfeesboro) Tampa Bay Rays lefty, started 2010 MLB All Star Game for the AL, attended Vanderbilt
Texas(Dallas) Part of Heat Big 3, Raptors all time leading scorer and rebounder
Utah(Murray) Free agent wide receiver, best known for his years with the Philadelphia Eagles, played at Utah State University
Vermont(St. Albans) Former Philadelphia Flyers left winger, first American to record three straight 50 goal seasons
Virginia(Vienna) Dallas Cowboys tight end, 7 time Pro Bowler
Washington(Tacoma) Red Sox lefty who overcame lymphoma to pitch a no-hitter and become one of the game's best lefties
West Virginia(Rand) Tennessee Titans wide reciever, holds single season TD reception record with 23 in 2007
Wisconsin(Edgerton) Highest ranked US golfer, never won a major
Wyoming(Afton) Beat Aleksandr Karelin for first time in 13 years to win 2000 Olympic wrestling gold

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