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Jackie Robinson & Phil Rizzuto in the '47 World Series

Jackie Robinson

"I'll give you the guts." We love this baseball movie!

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson stealing HOME! Check out the batter; he doesn't seem to notice that Jackie is about to slide right under him!

Jackie Robinson.

Jackie Robinson.

Jackie Robinson, the first black player allowed into the majors, stealing home against possibly the greatest catcher ever, Yogi Berra.

Brooklyn Dodgers baseball player Jackie Robinson (right) at Forbes Field, Oakland, circa 1947. Always an ispiration

Reggie Jackson Mr. October

Bob Gibson Lou Brock

1927 Yankees Murderers Row. The Yankees went 110-44, outscored opponents by 371 runs, and then ambushed Pittsburgh in the World Series. A couple of guys named Ruth and Gehrig hit 107 homers and scored 307 runs.

Derek Jeter

Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner

Kirk Gibson after his game-winning home run in the opening game of the 1988 World Series

Don Meredith, 1960 - 1968, played 104 games, position Quarterback, "Dandy Don Meredith was an extremely popular player while with Dallas. Meredith plated high school, college and professional football all very close to the Dallas area. He started 85 games at Quarterback for the Cowboys, completing 1170 of 2308 passes for 17,199 yards and 135 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,216 yards on 242 carries, scoring 15 touchdowns. Meredith made the Pro Bowl in 1966,1967 and 1968.

Jackie Robinson World Series Game 1, Sept. 28, 1955

"Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good too.” -Yogi Berra

Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese

BARCELONA, SPAIN - 1991: The original Olympic Dream Team pose for a group photo from back row (L-R) Patrick Ewing, Christian Laetner, Magic Johnson, David Robinson and Karl Malon. Middle row (L-R) Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, head coach Chuck Daly, Charles Barkley and Chris Mullin. Bottom row (L-R) Scottie Pippen, John Stockton and Clyde Drexler in Barcelona, Spain in 1991.