Lawrence Brignolia

Lawrence Brignolia

The winner of the 1899 Boston Marathon, and one of the great athletes to compete in the premier event. Lawrence Brignolia was a powerful man, arguably the strongest pure athlete to ever win the Boston Marathon. A blacksmith and sculler in...

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Ralph Branca

Ralph Branca

All-Star pitcher who gave up a famous home run, and turned that fame into noteriety for several worldwide causes Ralph Branca was well-known during his baseball career as a stellar pitcher, and made the All-Star team from 1947-49. He started the...

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Mollie Ann Bracigliano

Mollie Ann Bracigliano

Mollie Ann Bracigliano, a true sports collector, founded MAB Celebrity Services for the purpose of producing first quality autograph memorabilia shows.  Since her founding, she has established the company as a leading show promoter and a...

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Zeke Bonura

Zeke Bonura

A solid hitter who retired with a .307 average–remembered as the colorful first baseman who refused to flag a ground ball. Henry James “Zeke” Bonura had a short career in baseball, but it was a colorful one. Known as “Banana Nose,” Bonura will be...

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Nick Bollettieri

Nick Bollettieri

A world-famous coach who revolutionized the idea of the “tennis academy,” then set his sights on training elite athletes in all disciplines. “Headmaster Bollettieri gives invaluable training tips, marital counseling, pasta recipes...

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Brian Boitano

Brian Boitano

One of the greatest figure skaters in U.S. history, winning Gold in the Olympics and countless national and international titles. “It was as flawless as I could skate.” Brian Boitano, after his Gold Medal in the 1988 Winter Games Brian Boitano...

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Ping Bodie

Ping Bodie

The inspiration for “You Know Me, Al” Ring Lardner’s series of fictional baseball stories. “I and the Liberty Bell are the only attractions in Philadelphia.” –Ping Bodie, during his 1917 stint with Connie Mack and the Athletics Born Francesco...

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Matt Biondi

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...

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Craig Biggio

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...

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