Steve Garvey, a 10-time MLB All-Star, played defensive back for the Michigan State football team.
On August 21, 1998, Brady Anderson of the Orioles led off both games of a doubleheader against the White Sox with a home run.
Chris Drury, the winning pitcher for Trumbull, Conn., in the 1989 Little League World Series championship game against Chinese Taipei, went on to win a Stanley Cup with the Avalanche in 2001.
Catfish Hunter does not a team insignia for his cap on his Hall of Fame plaque because he had such great experiences with the A's and Yankees and he didn't feel right having to choose.
The Kansas City Royals selected Dan Marino and John Elway as high school players in 1979 MLB draft.
On August 17, 1973, Willie Mays hit the 660th and final home run of his career. It came against Don Gullett of the Reds.
Carlos May hit 90 home runs in his 10-year MLB career despite losing his right thumb in a mortar accident while serving as a Marine Reserve.
Hall of Famers John Havlicek (basketball) and Phil Niekro (baseball) were classmates at Bridgeport High School in Ohio.
Chris Mullin is the only Warrior other than Wilt Chamberlain to average at least 25 points in five consecutive seasons.
Dat Nguyen, a Cowboys linebacker from 1999 to 2005, was the first Vietnamese American to play in the NFL.