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Yogi Berra

One of the best-loved and greatest catchers of all time—and the most-quoted man in baseball. “I never blame myself when I’m not hitting. I just blame the bat and if it keeps up I change bats … After all, if I know it isn’t my fault that I’m not hitting, how can I get mad […]

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Angelo Bertelli

The “Springfield Rifle” earned his reputation as one of the most nimble and dexterous ball-handlers in football history. “[Bertelli was] the finest short passer that I’ve ever seen in the collegiate ranks.” – Johnny Lujack

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Dan Biasone

One of the founders of the NBA, this innovator of hardcourt rules helped change the way the game was played.

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Craig Biggio

Craig Biggio has done it all in Major League Baseball. He’s a seven-time National League All-Star with four NL Gold Glove Awards. He’s the only player in history to be an All-Star at catcher and second base, has been hit by more pitches than anyone in history and has played for only one team in […]

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Matt Biondi

A flawless stroke and stellar stamina translated into multiple Olympic wins and world records for this unrivaled swimmer. Born October 8, 1965, in Palo Alto, California, Matt Biondi’s athletic build and abilities earned him status as one of the world’s best swimmers.

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