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Vic Raschi

Known as “The Springfield Rifle,” Raschi was one of the Yankees’ pitching aces during the early Casey Stengel era. One of the Yankees pitching aces of the early Casey Stengel era, Vic was a mainstay of the New York Yankees pitching staff during...

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Mark Recchi

Professional ice hockey right winger, Mark Recchi had an impressive twenty two years in the National Hockey League, most notably for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Philadelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadians & Boston Bruins. Among many other...

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Lindy Remigino

His victory in the 1952 100-meter dash was one of the biggest upsets in the history of Olympic Track and Field. Unquestionably, Lindy Remigino’s victory in the 100-meter dash in the 1952 Summer Games was one of the greatest upsets in Olympic...

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Mary Lou Retton

Hall of FameGallery of Champions Her dynamic style – and winning smile –forever changed the face of women’s gymnastics. Born January 24, 1968 in Fairview, West Virginia, Mary Lou Retton’s approach and performance forever changed the image and...

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Dave Righetti

Sometimes, it’s the trades that aren’t made that turn out to be the best. In 1979, Dave Righetti was clumped into a group of four players including Chris Chambliss that was nearly dealt to the Minnesota Twins for the legendary Rod Carew...

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Phil Rizzuto

Rizzuto was nicknamed “the Scooter” for his speed and defensive range, and was one of the most popular Yankee players during the ’50s; after retiring from the team, he went on to become one of their most popular broadcasters. “I got a...

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Andy Robustelli

Defensive end for Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants who personified the pro-football “iron man” Andy Robustelli was born in Stamford, Connecticut on December 6, 1926. Over the course of his 14-year professional football career, the defensive...

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Robin Romeo

Few bowlers have the list of accomplishments of Robin Romeo. In her 20-career on the Professional Women’s Bowlers Association (PWBA) tour, she won 17 national titles including the U.S. Open and Sam’s Town Tournament of Champions. She...

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Nat Rosasco

Nat C. Rosasco, a lifelong Chicagoland resident was involved in the golf industry for over 75 years. Rosasco was the owner of the Chicago-based Northwestern Golf Co., once the largest golf club manufacturer in the world, which was founded by his...

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