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    Joltin' Joe had only 369 strikeouts in his impressive career.

    40 years ago today: "Hammering" Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruth's career home run record of 714 in the fourth inning of a game against the Dodgers.

    Shoeless Joe Jackson

    Jim Thorpe Original Artwork 1996 by Arthur K. Miller

    Joe Torre and Stan Musial

    David Robinson Signed Spurs Career Highlight Stat Jersey (TriStar COA)

    Joltin' Joe DiMaggio

    Nolan "The Texas Express" Ryan. Author of 7 career no-hitters, baseball's all-time strikeout king with 5714, and single-season strikeout king with 383, all major league records.

    Cesar Geronimo was the 3,000th strikeout victim of Nolan Ryan AND Bob Gibson!

    Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier

    This is an an amazing stat. I bet there aren't 10 starting regular baseball players in the history of baseball that have more career homeruns than strikeouts.

    Jackie Robinson Barnes MVP Series

    Rickey Henderson - Lost from baseball these days, and the most exciting play in the game, the stolen base. Rickey and Lou Brock and Joe Morgan would steal second, and steal third on a pitcher before he could even finish his warmups

    Carl Hubbell's Baseball Book 1937, via Flickr.

    Game program from when the St. Mary's football team played the University of San Francisco in 1936.

    Mickey Mantle by Aurthur K. Miller

    Willie Mays, Milwaukee. 1968, photo taken by Walter Iooss Jr.

    Nathaniel "Jim" Brown ~ Cleveland Browns: (b Feb 17, 1936) American former professional football player & actor. Best known for exceptional record-setting nine-year career as Running Back for NFL Cleveland Browns 1957 to 1965. 2002, named by Sporting News as Greatest Professional Football Player Ever. Widely considered to be one of greatest professional athletes in U.S. history.

    Portrait of Derek Jeter by artist Ron Stark

    Mickey Mantle

    Official score book, Pacific Coast League [cover]