Where Legends Come to Play

  • Harold Reynolds

    • 2-time All-Star (1987 & 1988)
    • Led the American League in stolen
       bases with 60 in 1987, in triples with
       11 in 1988, and in at-bats with 642 in
       1990.

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    Steve Garvey

    • The 1974 NL MVP and a 10-time
       All-Star
    • He holds the National League
       record for consecutive games played
       (1,207).

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    Rob Dibble

    • One of 41 pitchers in Major League
       history to accomplish the
       nine-strike/three-strike-strikeout
       half-inning
    • MLB All-Star in 1990,

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    Gary Sheffield

    • 9-time All-Star
    • First player to hit at least 25 home
      runs for 6 different teams
    • World Series Champion with the
      Florida Marlins (1997)

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  • What it Takes to be a Legend

    Wade Boggs 3000th hit: He did something that had never been done before!

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    Ozzie Smith elected into the Hall of Fame with 91.7% of the votes; honored in Cooperstown by attendance of 46 Hall of Famers, including Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, and Yogi Berra

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    Bo Jackson never played for a world champion, but he was the first athlete to be an All-Star in two major sports. Years later, he is still the man who defines the multi-sport athlete.

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