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Lou Gehrig

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Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pose with a fan at Spring Training. (1934) | Florida Memory

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1931 Photograph depicting New York Yankees slugger Babe Ruth in action. VERY RARE photo that captures the Babe during the 1931 Universal Stars barnstorming tour, a brainchild of his agent Christy Walsh to promote his film career.

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Dizzy Dean pitches to Joe DiMaggio during Game 2 of 1938 World Series at Wrigley Field

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On November 13, 1968, Bob Gibson was named the National League Most Valuable Player. Gibson thus capped an unprecedented sweep of baseball’s most coveted prizes, the MVP and National League Cy Young Award. The double conquest by the 33-year-old right-hander after Detroit ace Denny McLain took similar honors in the American League marked the first time two pitchers ever divided the four awards.

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New York Yankees - Jeter Retirement

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Elston Howard (February 23, 1929 - December 14, 1980) - first Black NY Yankee, first Black player to win the AL MVP (in 1953). Number retired by Yankees.

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Ernie Banks after hitting his 500th home run.

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Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub.

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Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame baseball player Ernie Banks talks about his career at the foot of his newly unveiled statue outside Wrigley Field during ceremonies in Chicago, Monday, March 31, 2008.

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Whitey Ford - 1956

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bo jackson | Bo Jackson of the Chicago White Sox before his game against the Twins.

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Bob Gibson in spring training, circa 1960.

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Lou Gehrig

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Jackie Robinson and Willie Mays

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Christy Mathewson, Pitcher for the New York Giants Baseball Team

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September 17, 1953 Ernie Banks becomes the first African American baseball player to wear a Chicago Cubs uniform. Banks is also quick to say “Let’s play two!” Banks will be the Cubs’ outstanding shortstop from 1954 to 1960. In 1961 he will be moved to left field, then to first base, where he will spend the rest of his career.

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Pete Rose follows through on the swing that gave him 4,192 hits, one more than Ty Cobb for No. 1 on baseball's list. The historic single came on Sept.11,1985, at old Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Since his banishment from baseball in 1989, Rose has been unable to gain admission to the Hall of Fame.

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September 10, 1974 - Lou Brock steals his 105th base of the season breaking Maury Wills' single season record. Presenting Lou with the base is Cool Papa Bell.

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Joe Black, the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who was the National League rookie of the year in 1952, the year he also became the first African-American to win a World Series game

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Derek Jeter tips his cap in his last All Star Game

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Michael Jordan

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Frank Thomas

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April 16, 1940—Not yet 22 years old, Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller gave fans a game for the ages, striking out members of the Chicago White Sox en route to a 1-0 victory—the only no-hitter on Opening Day in baseball history.

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