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Pete Rose.  He wasn't afraid to get his uniform dirty.

Pete Rose aka Charlie Hustle He wasn't afraid to get his uniform dirty.

Why Was Babe Ruth the Greatest Baseball Hitter Ever?

Why Was Babe Ruth the Greatest Baseball Hitter Ever?

Montreal Expos - "The Hawk" Andre Dawson

Andre "The Hawk" Dawson played for the Montreal Expos from He was named to eight All-Star teams, hit for his career, and has his uniform number retired by the organization in

June 18, 1938 – Hall of Fame slugger Babe Ruth signs a contract to coach with the Brooklyn Dodgers. “The Babe” dons a Dodger uniform the next day, entertains observers with a batting demonstration and works the first-base coaching box. Ruth wore uniform No. 35 and the Dodger coaching position was the last job of Ruth’s baseball career.

George Brace, Babe Ruth, Dodger Portrait, not dated, gelatin silver print

"The Hammer" baseball great Hank Aaron [1934--] played major league ball from 1954-1976 and spent 21 seasons of those years with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves.

"The Hammer" baseball great Hank Aaron played major league ball from and spent 21 seasons of those years with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves. They said trying to sneak a fastball by him was like trying to sneak the sunrise from a rooster☺

New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, left, looks on with shortstop Derek Jeter as starting pitcher Roger Clemens heads off the field after being pulled in the fifth inning of the Colorado Rockies' 4-3 victory in an interleague baseball game in Denver on June 21, 2007. (David Zalubowski/AP)

New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, left, looks on with shortstop Derek Jeter.

You've seen them through the years, now it's time for the definitive oral history of Houston's iconic uniforms.

The untold story of the Astros' rainbow uniforms

You've seen them through the years, now it's time for the definitive oral history of Houston's iconic uniforms.

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