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Former MLB hitting coach who went 0-4 for the Dodgers in the 1974 World Series.
Averaged 20+ pts per game seven times in the 1980s.
NFL quaterback who appeared in 233 games and who has been immortalized by Sporcle.
Centerfielder in the 1980s and 1990s who played next to Barry Bonds.
Long time goalie who led the Florida Panthers to the NHL finals.
1998 Packers first round pick who played more than 200 games as a defensive lineman.
Legendary baseball broadcaster active since 1950.
Former all-star guard and announcer for the Chicago Bulls.
Well travelled University of Cincinnati point guard who made one all-star team while with the Lakers.
The only MLB pitcher with consecutive no-hitters.
Former kicker for the Oklahoma Sooners and Miami Dolphins.
The Phillies traded five players for this outfielder in 1982.
Rugged NHL defenseman who laid out Valeri Kharlamov during the 1976 NHL-USSR series.
NBA big man who was a four time all-star in the 1990s.
American swimmer with six olympic gold medals.
Outfielder with more than 2,500 hits, 160 triples and 500 steals between 1887 and 1903.
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Olympic gold medal winning American skier.
Hall of fame quaterback who led the Eagles to the 1960 NFL title over Lombardi's Packers.
Former Blackhawks enforcer.
Former third baseman who hit over 300 homeruns, not all of them in Denver.
French golfer who did not win the 1999 British open.
Long time right tackle for the Chicago Bears.
Journeyman NBA forward drafted second overall out of Utah.
Retired point guard and recently unemployed NBA coach.
Talented young Broncos linebacker with off the field issues.
Mediocre Brooklyn Dodger pitcher immortalized in a 1969 song bearing his name.
Former NBA coach who was assistant coach under Pat Riley in New York.
Former NBA coach who was assistant coach under Pat Riley in Miami.
Long time pro-bowl center for the Atlanta Falcons.
Career 40-52 pitcher whose salary demands forced Braves to pass on him and select Chipper Jones with the first pick of the 1990 MLB draft.
German tennis champion of the 1930s who was punished by Hitler for refusing to join the Nazi party.
Holds NBA record for most games (929) without ever making the playoffs. His twin brother Dick played in 34 postseason games.

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