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Won the 1984 Gold medal in men's figure skating and is a member of the United States Olympic Hall of Fame.
1988 NL Cy Young
Hit 15 homers in his rookie season with the Orioles in 2009
7-4 record with a 3.75 ERA For the Marlins in 2009
Pitching coach for the Atlanta Braves since 2006
55-43 record in 584 games
Had a career high 11 homers in his rookie season with the Expos in 2000
1969 All-Star going 14-18 with a 3.34 ERA for the Phillies
#3 overall pick in the 1963 NBA draft. Most of his career was spent with San Francisco/Golden State. Inducted into the hall of game in 1985
#4 overall pick in the 1997 draft by the Vancouver Grizzlies
#1 pick in the 1950 draft by the Boston Celtics
Averaged 12.4 points with the Denver Rockets in 1968-69. His son, Eric, played in the NBA from 1994-2008
Retired with a 10.4 points per game average while playing from 1964-1974
Scored a career high 10.3 games in 1961-62 for the Syracuse Nationals
Had career highs in mintes played, points scored, steals and assists with the Jazz in 2004-05
Starting kicker for the Redskins since 2006
Compiled a 202-128-8 head coaching reord at BGSU and West Virginia. College football coach of the year in 1988 when WVU went 11-1.
Center with the San Diego Chargers since 2005
1967 Pro bowl receiver with the Los Angeles Rams
4 time pro bowl linebacker with the Oakland Raiders in the 1970s.
3 time pro bowl offensive tackle with the St Lous Cardinals
Linebacker from 2002-present with the Redskins, Jets and Texans with 78 career tackles
Defensive back from 1984-1996 with 12 career interceptions
Rushed for 130 yards on 17 attempts for the Broncos in 2008
7 time all-star defenseman and won the James Norris Memorial Trophy in 1997-98 as top defenseman in the league.
Washington Capitals general manager since 1997 and as the 1982 Hobey Baker award winner at BGSU
Member of the 1980 Miracle on Ice hockey team and played 550 regular season games in the NHL between 1980 and 1989.
Current head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins
Center in the NHL from 1994-04. Career high goals of 22 in 1996 with the Buffalo Sabres
Defenseman in the NHL from 1994-2009. Spent nine of those years with the capitals
Two time all-star defenseman in 91 with the Bruins nd 94 with the Flyers
1980 all-star goalie and 1980-81 Lester B. Pearson Award winner for being the leagues most outstanding player according to his NHL Peers
Defenseman with the Vancouver Canucks since 2005.
Tied for 10th at the 1977 U.S. Open. 4 career professional wins, including the 2001 Mexico Senior Classic
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