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It can scope several sports and in order of importance to you.
3) Brooks Robinson
4) Dr. J
George Strait-Entertainer of a Lifetime
Dale Murphy in baseball
George Rogers in football
Zam Fredrick in basketball then a few years later I was a big fan of Dwayne "Pearl" Washington from Syracuse.
John McEnroe in tennis.
Gary carter and john riggins
Todd Ellis & Sterling Sharpe
Gerald Riggs - Falcons
Dale Murphy - Braves
Dominique Wilkins - Hawks
Freddy Couples - Golf
Dale Earnhardt- NASCAR
Fear the Fish
2- Sterling Sharpe
3- Ray Nitsche
4- Ozzie Smith
5- Sugar Ray Leonard
6- Bjorn Borg
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In no particular order:
Arnold Palmer, golf
Lee Trevino, golf
Gary Player, golf
Mickey Mantle, baseball
Bobby Richardson, baseball
Sandy Koufax, baseball
Bob Gibson, baseball
Stan Musial, baseball
Wilt Chamberlain, basketball
Oscar Robertson, basketball
Jerry West, basketball
Bob Pettit, basketball
Art Heyman, basketball (Duke)
Len Chappell, basketball (Wake)
Art Whisnant, basketball (USC; grandfather of current PGA star Dustin Johnson)
Johnny Unitas, football
Bart Starr, football
Jim Brown, football
Jim Taylor, football
Muhammad Ali, boxing
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Steve Young & Greg Maddux
Wesley Walls & Chipper Jones
I also like Gary Sheffield. I saw him in Tampa and told him I didn't care that he did steroids.
early childhood years
Baseball - Braves pitching staff - Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz, Avery, Remlinger, Rocker and crew
Football - Green Bay Packers - Brett Favre, Antonio Freeman, Reggie White, Mark Chimura, Robert Brooks, Dorsey Levens, Dez Howard, LeRoy Butler
Basketball - Haha - I came up in the age of bad basketball outside of Jordan
Bobby Bowden - 90's Bowden
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
1) Carl Yastrzemski
2) Walter Payton
3) Jimmy Connors
4) Jim Rice
5) Larry Bird
6) Dr J
7) George Rogers
8) Jack Nicklaus
10) terry bradshaw
This post was edited by 86cocky 13 months ago
Eric Davis of the Reds and David Robinson. And, of course, Ken Griffey Jr. As for football, the first players I remember being big fan of was Phil Simms and Danny wuerffel.
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This post was edited by BathGamecock 13 months ago
Billie "white shoes" Johnson
Sandy Koufax and Johnny Unitas.
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
Sonny Jurgensen - was a Skins fan
Bobby Richardson - his nephew lived down the street from me and he tossed ball with me one time.
Micky Mantle - was a Yankee fan
Dan Reeves - Had a couple of great years with the Cowboys
Hank Aaron - loved to watch him hit.
This post was edited by Garnet101 13 months ago
Great list Plano....I missed Ali, and Jim Brown...only the best at their jobs.
Both were phenomenal...Ali fast, great feet, and upper-body motion, and
Jim Brown, well, there's no one close at Running Back...never forget a run
he made with his right arm balancing him on the ground for 5 or so yards....
so huge, and strong.
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