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RIP to all the great athletes lost in 2011.
Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame 1st baseman.
1992 1st round draft pick of the Raiders/Pro Bowl defensive lineman.
Beat Muhammed Ali in the 'Fight of the Century' in 1971.
2011 Indy 500 winner
'Just win baby!'
Former Colts Pro Bowl defensive lineman/Moses Hightower
Japanese starting pitcher/key contributor to Yankee World Series teams of '98 and '99
Former Colts Hall of Fame tight end
#2 overall pick in 1987 NBA Draft. Former UNLV star
Former Giants Hall of Fame defensive lineman/NFL Hall of Famer and 7x Pro Bowler in the 1950s.
Starting pitcher who is the all time Roayls wins leader
2x WWF champion in the 1980s
#6 overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft by the Mavericks/Michigan U standout
Brooklyn Dodger Hall of Fame outfielder/hit 407 lifetime home runs
Defensive back on the 1985 Bears/4x pro bowler also won Super Bowl with the Giants
Yankee relief pitcher of the 50s and 60s, known for blazing fastball and thick glasses.
Manager of the 1979 World Series Champion Pirates
Co-captain of the 1964 UCLA basketball team/also went on to coach UCLA
Only Cardinal to throw two-no hitters in his career/starred for them in the 70s and 80s.
One third of an outfield that consisted of 3 brothers for the San Francisco Giants.
#1 overall pick by the Tampa Buccaneers in the 1976 NFL Draft/Hall of Fame defensive lineman.
1978 AL Cy Young winner with the Orioles.
Slammed home the winning basket to give NC State an improbable NCAA title over Houston in 1983.
Young enforcer of the New York Rangers and Minnesota Wild.
1944 NL MVP with the Cardinals/also went on to manage the team.
Helped build the Red Sox 1986 World Series team as their GM.
Center for the Buffalo Bills during their Super Bowl teams of the 1990s.
MLB Hall of Fame manager who led the A's to World Series titles in '72 and '73.
2x Pro Bowl wide receiver in the Houston Oilers run and shoot offense of the '80s and 90s.
Fitness guru and health club pioneer
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