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    Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder and Barry Zito...the big three. AKA the reason the A's were even good in Moneyball.

    17 awesome things to love about the Oakland A's

    Oakland Athletics Big Three: Hudson, Zito, & Mulder

    Rickey Henderson... most exciting baseball player ever. Perhaps the best baseball player ever. Nice guy too. Career leader in Stolen Bases and Runs Scored. Second in Walks to Barry Bonds. Also has record for most home runs to lead off a ball game.


    Even though he missed almost all of April, Mike Trout is the frontrunner for both AL MVP and Rookie of the Year. #Angels #Baseball

    Bo Jackson and Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders. Two great talents, but the beginning of the end for the Raiders due to the rift it caused.

    Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates

    Yogi Berra, New York Yankees - favorite quote: "The towels were so thick there I could hardly close my suitcase". Lol!

    I seriously want to punch people who say this.....I love the game of baseball!!!

    The legendary Ted Williams waits in the on-deck circle during a game against Detroit. 1955

    Jim " catfish" Hunter. While pitching for the NY Yankees. Best known as an Oakland A's World Champion pitcher

    Fred Biletnikoff #25 (WR) - 589 career receptions for 8,974 yards, and 76 touchdowns!

    Art Shell and Gene Upshaw, Oakland Raiders


    Best Player by Position Not in Hall of Fame - Quarterback: Ken Stabler - In 10 seasons with the Raiders, two with the Oilers and three with the Saints, Stabler completed 2,270 of 3,793 passes for 27,938 yards and 194 touchdowns, with 222 interceptions. He was a four-time Pro Bowl pick and a one-time, first-team All-Pro selection. He was a Hall of Fame finalist in 1990, 1991 and 2003.

    John Madden and Ken Stabler, Oakland Raiders

    Bill Russell and his 11 NBA championship rings - Boston Celtics

    Muggsy Bogues and Michael Jordan :: AP

    49ers, Joe Montana

    Classic Photos of Reggie Jackson