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  1. MLB pitcher from 1950-1957 for Indians, Tigers, A's. Known as 'Lefty'. Best seasons were 1955 going 6-3, 3 saves, 3.38 ERA and 1956 went 4-4, 7 saves (6th best in league), 3.43 ERA
  2. 1952 Cleveland Indians
  3. Ace Adams  (2)
    Minor League Baseball Coach currently in the Houston Astros Organization
  4. Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture 1951-55
  5. Actor-Carolina Parakeet
  6. Tuskegee Airmen 332nd Fighter Group!
  7. JFK - Head of the Blue Key Society of Southwestern Louisiana Institute at Lafayette (now ULL) who met and got photographed with future President Kennedy at the Crowley Rice Festival in 1959
  8. baseball / center fielder
  9. former major league infielder; played for Yankees, Phillies & Indians; current manager of the Palm Beach Cardinals
  10. MLB pitcher from 1955-70 for Tigers, Dodgers, Cubs, Indians. 2x All=Star. Best seasons 1960 going 5-3, 10 saves, 2.85 ERA & 1962 went 16-8 3 saves, and led league in ERA of 2.21
  11. Gaming Journalist
  12. Baseball pitcher
  13. former Indians catcher
  14. Bob Allen  (2)
    1961 cleveland indians
  15. Bob Allen  (6)
    Baseball Coach
  16. Actor-Airport For Birds
  17. Right-handed pitcher who debuted for the Indians in 2012 (drafted in the 23rd round by the Indians in 2011)
  18. Joe Allen  (3)
    Actor
  19. John Allen  (2)
    Author - Christmas Gifts, Christmas Voices
  20. Children's Book Author-I'm Not Cute
  21. The Apprentice
  22. pitching coach/former mager league pitcher
  23. former major league outfielder; played for Tigers, Mariners & Indians; also played in Japan for Hiroshima Carp; color commentator for Detroit Tigers
  24. Actor: Played TV Weatherman in Stephen King's The Shining (1997)
  25. Ron Allen  (2)
    Baseball / Former Pitching Prospect for Red Sox / Career Cut Short by Injuries
  26. Steve Allen  (3)
    Broadcaster
  27. WWII Ace (5 kills) 5th September 1944 - Destroyed 5 aircraft, to become 'An Ace in a Day' - USAAF
  28. editor
  29. Baseball A+ - Winston-Salem Warthogs 2007
  30. former Cleveland Indians outfielder/DH
  31. former major league outfielder; played for A's, Indians & Yankees
  32. Former baseball player/manager, 1983 WS Champs, Orioles
  33. former major league third baseman; played for Brewers & Indians; 2X All-Star
  34. former Indians pitching prospect, now in the Astros organization
  35. Former Indians, Mariners, Phillies, Astros, Red Sox, Padres Pitcher, Phillies Announcer
  36. Andy Anderson  (5)
    Actor, 'Days of Our Lives', 'eCupid'
  37. Bob Anderson  (5)
    Singer-impressionist,
  38. Hell's Kitchen
  39. baltimore Oriole baseball player
  40. Baseball / 1982-83 / Cleveland Indians / Played College Baseball for The Scarlet Knights of Rutgers
  41. Football Player
  42. 1979 KC Chiefs
  43. Don Anderson  (2)
    Storyboard Artist
  44. Baseball / Skilled Defensive Infielder 1971-74 / A's, Cardinals, Padres & Indians
  45. Author-Border Crossing
  46. John Anderson  (17)
    Viscount Waverley, British Politician
  47. USS Arizona survivor; veteran of Pearl Harbor
  48. Football Player
  49. Pitched for the Indians and Mariners in the early 80's
  50. 1st Sergeant C co, 6th Ranger Battalion during the Great Raid WWII
  51. Actor: American Horror Story, Boston Legal, X-Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Stand, Matlock, The Marshall Chronicles
  52. Baseball Player
  53. model
  54. Chris Andrews  (2)
    Gary, the Yellow coat in BBC comedy series 'Hi-de-Hi!', 1981-88 - also celebrity bodyguard.
  55. In 1954 Ed Andrews was the New York Yankees' first Negro League pitcher. Unfortunately Andrews never panned out as expected or he and not Elston Howard would have been the first black player in team history.
  56. Actor-Pool Days,Touched By An Angel
  57. Mike Andrews  (2)
    Author-How To Break Web Software
  58. Adult Model-Penthouse Pet November 1998
  59. Football Player
  60. Former Red Sox pitcher
  61. Baseball Player, P
  62. Baseball Player - El Paso Diablos
  63. Director of Photography
  64. former major league pitcher; played for Indians & Padres; played collegiality at Ohio State; College World Series MOP 1966
  65. former major league pitcher; played for Royals, Indians, Yankees & Padres
  66. Professional Wrestler
  67. Author
  68. Actor
  69. Actor
  70. Baseball Player - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  71. Pitcher for the New York Yankees (1986-1987), Texas Rangers (1989-1991) and the Cleveland Indians (1992). Florida Marlins 2003 World Series Champions
  72. MLB catcher 1973-89 for Astros, Indians, Blue Jays. Best in 1987 (386 at - bats) had 53 RS, 16 doubles, 14 HR with .288 BA. Hit HR in 1986 NL Championship Series
  73. Baseball / Former Relief Pitcher of the 1980's / Played For Braves, Cubs, Indians and other teams
  74. former MLB pitcher - oakland athletics (1983-1986), minnesota twins (1986-1988), cleveland indians (1989)
  75. 1st Round Draft Pick for the Indians/ Traded To the orioles for Cash
  76. Baseball Player
  77. retired baseball player for the brewers
  78. aaa baseball players mlb/los angeles dodgers
  79. former major league catcher; played for Indians, Cubs, White Sox, Angels & Phillies; son of former major league outfielder, Earl Averill Sr
  80. Former MLB Player, played 13 seasons (1929-1941) with the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers and Boston Braves - HOF 1975
  81. former baseball player for the orioles
  82. Football Player
  83. Baseball Pitcher born 1977, pitched in bigs for the Indians, Mets, Rangers, Nationals. Gave up Barry Bonds' 756th Homerun. Radio producer/host in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Not to be confused with his father Mike Bacsik born 1952
  84. former major league infielder; played for Indians, Mets, Red Sox, Diamondbacks, Padres & Nationals; 3X All-Star
  85. baltimore orioles/formerly on the Braves/Formerly on the Dodgers/Former pitcher for the Devil Rays
  86. Former MLB pitcher - cleveland indians (1986-1989), california angels (1990-1992), texas rangers (1997-1998) Appeared on Nickelodeon show 'Wild and Crazy Kids'
  87. USS Pueblo
  88. Actor: Vegas, The Rockford Files, Back Roads, The Surrogate, Night Court, Penitentiary 3, Vultures, Ally McBeal
  89. baseball (1967)
  90. 1969-1971 Cleveland Indians OF
  91. Norman Baker  (2)
    WWII - Iwo Jima. Seabee with the 4th Marine Division, built Motoyama No. 2 airfield
  92. Co-founder of Starbucks, with Gordon Bowker and Zev Siegl
  93. former MLB player - cleveland indians (1981-1988), detroit tigers (1988), oakland athletics (1989)
  94. George Banks  (4)
    Former Twin baseball player 1960's
  95. former Red Sox, Padres, Indians, Mariners and Nationals catcher, currently with Dodgers
  96. Former MLB Baseball Player - Cleveland Indians
  97. Assistant weaponeer on Bockscar during Nagasaki mission
  98. Pitcher for W.Sox and Indians 1982-83
  99. Scott Barnes  (2)
    Cleveland Indians Pitcher
  100. Colonel pilot of Air Force One for Presidents Bush I and Clinton
  101. Chicago Cubs middle relief pitcher
  102. Baseball A - Swing of the Quad Cities 2007
  103. baseball
  104. Baseball Player
  105. Third-baseman who debuted for the Dodgers while they were still in New York and played briefly for them in Los Angeles and for the Indians. He passed away in 1996
  106. MLB pitcher from 1943-53 for Indians, Senators, Tigers, Browns, and White Sox. Best season was 1948 going 20-7 with a save and a league leading 2.43 ERA. In 1948 World Series was 1-0, giving up 6 hits, no runs in 10 2/3 innings
  107. MLB catcher & pinch hitter from 1936-37 for Indians. Hit .333 in 1937 with two double and a triple. Navy in WW2 for 3 yrs. Pitching coach for Dodgers 1955-65, Cardinals 1966-67, and Cubs 1968-69
  108. Baseball Player
  109. MLB Pitcher 1968-75 (Orioles, Yankees, Indians)
  110. Retired pitcher for Braves, Indians
  111. Born 1916.Last living female 'Monuments Men' of the 2nd wave of Monuments Men which began their work after the war had ended. She is related to writer Virginia Woolf
  112. MLB 3rd base, outfielder 1972-89 for Rangers, Indians, Reds, Astros. 5x All-Star, 6x Gold Glove, Silver Slugger. Best in 1979 with 101 RBI & 1980 with 76 RS, 24 doubles, 4 triples, 17 HR, 83 RBI, .329 BA. Son of Gus Bell. Father of David & Mike Bell
  113. Former major league infielder; played for Phillies, Mariners, Brewers, Cardinals, Indians & Giants; manager of Louisville Bats (AAA-Reds); son of former major leaguer, Buddy Bell; grandfather, Gus Bell also played in the major leagues
  114. MLB pitcher from 1958-69 for Indians, Red Sox, Pirates, White Sox. Known as 'Ding Dong'. Got a save in 1967 World Series. Best season was 1965 going 6-5 with 16 saves and 3.04 ERA
  115. Bench Coach of the Cincinnati Reds, Former major league second baseman; played for Pirates, Diamondbacks, Indians, Mets & Royals; 1X World Series champion; 2X All-Star; Gold Glove winner (1993); former Diamondbacks bench coach
  116. Baseball / Former Record Breaking Slugger for the Indians, White Sox and Orioles
  117. Baseball player, 1925-1938, Dodgers, Phillies, Indians
  118. Baseball Cleveland Indians. Born: 05/20/1914
  119. Actress-Rise of The Foot Soldier
  120. Baseball Player
  121. pitcher (46)
  122. 'WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker'
  123. MLB outfielder from 1962-75 for White Sox, Brewers, Indians, Angels. Gold Gloves in 1970 & 72. All - Star in 1967. Best season at plate was 1966 with 50 RS, 20 doubles, 2 triples, 8 HR's, and .271 BA
  124. Cleveland Indians relief pitcher
  125. former MLB player - cleveland indians (1971-72), kansas city royals (1973-74), pittsburgh pirates (1974, 1980-81), milwaukee brewers (1975-76), texas rangers (1977-78), san diego padres (1979-85)
  126. aaa baseball players mlb/anahelm angels
  127. Canadian Actress - Movie - 'Danger pour la societe' (1970), 'Deformation personnelle' (2003)
  128. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher During the 1980's / Current Rockies Manager 1000+ Wins w/ Colorado Rockies
  129. Czech Republic Adult Film Star
  130. English Producer, Writer And Director
  131. Baseball
  132. Played baseball from 1966 to 1968 with the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox
  133. MLB 3rd & 1st baseman, shortstop from 1948-60 for 6 teams. Known as 'Ike'. 2x All-Star. Led league in RBI's with 116 in 1955. Best season - 1953 with 94 RS, 8 triples, 26 HR's, 114 RBI's, .296 BA. Father of Bob Boone. Grandfather of Bret & Aaron Boone
  134. former major league pitcher; played for Cubs, Marlins, Rays, Indians, Yankees, Braves and Orioles; 2007 AL Saves Leader (45); sports broadcaster for the Arizona Diamondbacks
  135. Baseball Player
  136. MLB H.O.F. shortstop 1938-52 - Indians, Red Sox. 10 yrs as player-manager. Manger of Indians, Red Sox, A's, Cubs. MVP 1948 as player/manager winning 1948 World Series, had 4 doubles, .273 BA. 8x All-Star, Bat title 1944 (.327). Best in 48 with .355 BA
  137. American Former Baseball Player - Pitcher - 'Cleveland Indians' (1969)
  138. Gary Boyd  (2)
    Australian Former Rugby League Player - Halfback - 'Newtown Jets (1978-1979)
  139. Indian's prospect, son of Mickey Brantley former major leaguer
  140. former Indians, Reds, Mariners, Phillies and Rays 3B/1B, now in Yankees organization
  141. Actor Director Writer active from the 50's into the 70's. Directed several religous themed films in the 50's. Appeared in small tv roles. Was the son of censor Joseph Breen
  142. former pitcher with Indians, White Sox & Dodgers
  143. aaa baseball players mlb/minnesota twins
  144. Baseball player
  145. MLB starting and relief pitcher from 1947-53 for A's & Indians. Won 44 games after his leg destroyed in WWII. Best seasons: 1948 (4th best rookie) going 14-10 with 5 saves and 4.12 ERA, 1949 : 16-11, 3 saves & 4.28 ERA, 1951 All-Star 9 saves 3.20 ERA
  146. MLB pitcher from 1952-59 with Red Sox, Senators & Indians. Went 1-0 giving up only 3 hits in 10 scoreless innings in 1958. In 1959 went 2-2 with 1.80 ERA despite a sore shoulder
  147. retired baseball player for the indians, white sox and red sox
  148. Former Tigers, Indians and Yankees Third Baseman. Current First Base Coach for the Detroit Tigers
  149. Baseball / Current First Baseman for the Texas Rangers/ Major League Debut in 2002/ Previously played with Cleveland and Seattle
  150. former Giants reliever, currently pitching coach for Kane County (A)
  151. Aaron Brown  (6)
    Left-hand-batting outfield prospect who was 3rd-Round draft pick of the Phillies in 2014
  152. Adam Brown  (3)
    WHL Player - Kelowna Rockets
  153. baseball player, athletics 2007
  154. Former Chicago White Sox catcher in the 1960's
  155. former Indians prospect, now in Brewers organization
  156. former major league shortstop; played for Orioles, Rangers, A's & Indians
  157. Basketball Player
  158. Former baseball player with the 1969 Cleveland Indians
  159. George Burns  (2)
    American Former Male Comedian & Actor - TV Series - 'The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show' (1950-1958). Movie - 'Six of a Kind' (1934), 'Oh God!' 1977), ' The Sunshine Boys' (1975), '18 Again!' (1988), 'A Damsel In Distress' (1937) Plus Many More Roles
  160. German ww2 ME262 pilot born 1924. Was never in the Wehrmacht; author - The last of the few: An Me.262 Pilot remembers, flew the buckner 181, 131, fw 44, ar 66, f-13, w33, w34, ju86, ju88, ju52, me110, me210, me40, me262, klemm 35, sg38, kranich
  161. Baseball / 1980-86 / Former Pitcher for Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians / 1st Round Draft Choice in 1977
  162. Baseball MLB Starting Shortstop For the Cleveland Indians
  163. former Orioles and Indians reliever, now in Mets chain
  164. Baseball / Former Dodger Infielder - Outfielder / Now in the Cardinals Farm System
  165. Negro Leaguer '1950 Cleveland Buckeyes'
  166. Baseball player, 1970's, Cleveland Indians
  167. Ex-cleveland indians pitcher
  168. Iwo Jima survivor,Navy Cross recipient
  169. Baseball Player - Sioux City Explorers
  170. Utility infielder for the Cleveland Indians for four seasons (1969-1972)
  171. Actor: Killer Workout, Scarecrows
  172. Don Campbell  (3)
    Male Voice Over Talent
  173. English Female Model
  174. Jane Campbell  (2)
    English Female Former Politian - 'Commissioner Of The Equality And Human Rights Commission' (2006-2008). UK House Of Lords Crossbencher (2007- )
  175. American Female American Football Player - Defence Back/Fullback. Lingerie/Legends Football League (LFL) 'Baltimore Charm' (2010-2013 ) 'Las Vegas Sin' (2014-2015)
  176. Fmr. ML Pitcher- Appeared in 3 games for the Cleveland Indians in 1977
  177. Former Major League Pitcher, TV Analyst
  178. Baseball Chicago White Sox (1944)
  179. 2014 Medal of Honor recipient, Afghan war veteran, retired US Marinehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyle_Carpenter
  180. former Cleveland Indians bullpen pitcher; currently plays for NY Mets
  181. baseball
  182. Baseball Player
  183. Opera Singer
  184. Nurse, Attorney, former contestant on reality t.v. series, 'Survivor: Marquesas'
  185. Former first baseman for the Indians, Reds, Pirates, Tigers, & Red Sox. Current analyst for MLB Network
  186. Outfielder for the Indians and Twins
  187. Former baseball player
  188. MLB catcher 1975-92 for 8 teams. Best in 1980 with 70 RS, 30 doubles, 4 triples, 14 HR, 85 RBI, .277 BA. In 1981 World Series had a double, HR, & 3 RBI. Former owner of Newark Bears
  189. Baseball player 1951-1957 Indians, Senators and Red Sox
  190. Former Baseball Player for indians, yankees, and braves/1971 al rookie of the year/ Hitting Coach for Seattle Mariners
  191. former major league/NPB first baseman; played for Senators, Indians, Angels & Yakult Atoms
  192. WWII American Fighter - Ace (9 Victs.)- USAAF
  193. MLB outfielder from 1938-51. Five times hit over 20 home runs in a season. Best season was 1941 with 25 home riuns, 97 runs scored, 106 RBI's and .322 batting average. Navy pilot during World War 2. H.O.F. in football for Cal
  194. baseball player. 1938-1951 Philadelphia A's
  195. MLB outfielder from 1980-83 for Cleveland Indians. R.O.Y. for the 1980 season. That same season he was 5th in the league in committing errors in left field and grounding into the second most double plays in the league with 24
  196. Mexican boxing legend, many times world champion
  197. Author
  198. Cleveland Indians prospect, infielder
  199. Baseball player, Cleveland Indians 1945
  200. Third Base Coach of the Detroit Tigers, former Third base coach of the Houston Astros, Former major league outfielder; played for Indians, Royals, Cubs, Dodgers & Pirates; former interim manager of the Houston Astros
  201. David Clark  (6)
    Baseball Player
  202. Negro Leaguer briefly with the 'K.C. Monarchs' 1956-1957
  203. Last surviving worker involved in the construction of Mount Rushmore during the years of 1927 to 1941
  204. MLB outfielder, PH, 1st baseman 1960-71 for Braves, Indians, Giants, Reds, Expos, Cubs. Best in 1964 (116 at - bats) with 4 doubles, 2 triples, HR, .302 BA
  205. Baseball/Rangers & Indians (1973-79)/Started First Game at Age 18-Weeks After Graduating HS
  206. MLB outfielder, pitcher 1955-68 for 6 teams. 9x All-Star. Led league in HR in 1969 also in RBI & walks in 1965. Best season was 1958 with 80 RS, 41 HR, 113 RBI, .303 BA. Pitched two games (1958 & 68), going 1-0 in 5 2/3 IP, one hit, no runs allowed
  207. Baseball / Pitcher for the Indians / 1970-72
  208. former major league outfielder; played for Indians, Pirates, Rockies, Twins and Red Sox; stole 40 bases in 63 games (1990)
  209. MLB first baseman from 1959-67 for the Indians and Reds. Hit 26 home runs in 1961 and 28 home runs in 1962
  210. Retired pitcher- Atlanta Braves 1977-78
  211. Former baseball player 1951 - 1962 with Cardinals, Cubs, Dodgers and Reds
  212. Now in Texas Rangers organization; 2005 AL Cy Young Award Winner with the Angels, also pitched on the A's White Sox, Expos, Indians, Red Sox, and Yankees
  213. WWII - Mine Platoon of the Anti-Tank Company, 69th Infantry Division, 271st Regiment. First combat at the 'Siegfried Line' in February 1945; crossed the Rhine on March 27, 1945; arrived at the KZ Buchenwald one day after its liberation
  214. Baseball / 1978-84 / Pitcher for Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies & Cleveland Indians
  215. Montreal Canadiens goalie
  216. Director/actor/writer 'Return to Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story' 'Random Passage'/4 years Naval officer in WW2. Landing craft officer-Boat Group Commander for my ship-landing assault troops on the beaches of six Japanese island strongholds
  217. Bench coach for the Miami Marlins. Former Major League Infielder
  218. former major league infielder; played for Indians, Red Sox, Angels & A's
  219. MLB catcher from 1949-66 for Braves , plus 3 others. 11x All-Star, 4x Gold Gloves. Best season - 1960 with 81 RS, 19 HR's, 77 RBI's, .294 BA. In 2 World Series hit 2 HR's. Manager Brewers 1972-75, Mariners 1983 & 84. Broadcaster for White Sox & Brewers
  220. Baseball / Former Major League Pitcher / 2000-2004 / Minnesota Twins & Cleveland Indians
  221. Baseball / former Indians, Royals and Red Sox OF, now with Athletics
  222. former major league infielder; played for Reds, Indians and Cardinals; father of former AL Rookie of Year, Bobby Crosby
  223. WWII Fighter Ace (5.25 Victs) - US Navy - Navy Cross, flew the hellcat, skyraider, f8f bearcat, iwo jima, okinawa
  224. U.S. Air Force brigadier general (Ret.)& author 'Around the World with LBJ: My Wild Ride As Air Force One Pilot', White House Aide, & Personal Confidant/Military aide & chief Air Force One pilot under President Lyndon B. Johnson
  225. former Indians outfielder, now with Angels organization
  226. Pitcher-Been in Indians, Mariners and Rangers system
  227. Baseball / 1966-74 / Played for 6 Teams Including Indians & Reds / Pitcher / No-Hitter in 1968
  228. Baseball: (1961-1963) - Cubs, Braves, Indians
  229. Jeff D'Amico  (2)
    Former MLB Player for the Brewers, Mets, Pirates & Indians
  230. Soccer Player
  231. MLB relief pitcher from 1961-64 for Indians and Twins. Best season was 1963 going 6-3 with 21 saves (third best in league) and 1,99 ERA
  232. Cleveland Indians
  233. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, A's & Indians; 2X All-Star; 2X World Series champion
  234. former Indians, Royals, A's, Tigers, Red Sox and Yankees outfielder. Part of two World Series champs. Got 3 hits (single, double, triple) in first inning of MLB game against Florida
  235. Baseball Player
  236. John Davidson  (4)
    Host of early 80's show That's Incredible
  237. Bill Davis  (3)
    Negro Leaguer 'Goshen Red Wings'
  238. Bill Davis  (4)
    MLB 1B-OF (Indians, Padres 1965-69)
  239. Cleveland Indians Starting Pitcher
  240. pitcher (37)
  241. Steve Davis  (2)
    Former Major League Pitcher (Blue Jays, Indians)
  242. Steve Davis  (8)
    Retired baseball player played for chicago cubs debut in 1979
  243. Steve Davis  (9)
    Steven Michael Davis Position: Outfielder Bats: Left, Throws: Right Height: 6' 1
  244. Played baseball with the 1979 Chicago Cubs
  245. Tim Davis  (2)
    Voice of Flower (adolescent)& Thumper (adult) in the 1942 film of Bambi
  246. Former James Madison Basketball Player
  247. William Davis  (2)
    1945 Philadelpha Stars
  248. William Davis  (4)
    Baseball Player
  249. Willie Davis  (4)
    Nba basketball player
  250. Baseball player 02 braves
  251. Right-handed hitting catcher who was signed by the Cardinals as a free agent in 2006
  252. MLB third baseman from 1960-69 with Indians, Braves, and Reds
  253. Puerto-Rico-born right-handed pitcher drafted in the 24th round by the Dodgers in 2013
  254. Former Major League Pitcher
  255. Former baseball pitcher. Played 90-99 for Sea, Cin, StL, SF, LAA, Cle
  256. French Soccer Player - Celtic
  257. MLB outfielder; first and third baseman 1956-67 for Dodgers, Phillies, Tigers, Red Sox & Indians. In 1959 World Series batted .250, scoring two runs. Best season was 1962 with 24 doubles, 3 triples, 24 home runs, 107 RBI's and a batting average of .307
  258. Baseball player, 1958-59. Third baseman Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians
  259. Baseball / 2004 Cleveland Indians / Started 4 Games in 2004 for the Tribe / Spent 2006 with Washington Nationals Organization
  260. 1947 Red Sox
  261. Retired baseball player played for the cleveland indians debut 1999
  262. Author;'Just A Kid, A Guard at the Nuremberg Trials' 18 years old when drafted in 1944, into infantry. Found himself standing guard over Nazi war criminals, & watched as atrocities were described in detail throughout the Nuremberg Trails
  263. Current manager for Bluefield Orioles, retired catcher, former Indian, Pirate and Dodger
  264. Baseball / Former Power Hitting First Baseman for Red Sox / Playing Independent Ball in 2007
  265. Played outfield for the Milwaukee Braves from 1963 - 1965
  266. Current General Manager of the Seattle Marienrs; former Relief Pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, New York Mets and Colorado Rockies
  267. MLB pitcher from 1939-54 for Indians, Red Sox, and White Sox. Best known for his 1946 World Series going 1-0 in 12 2/3 innings of allowing 4 hits and no runs. Best season 1947 going 18-8 with save and 2.95 ERA
  268. former Tigers and Orioles pitcher
  269. Baseball AA - Connecticut Defenders 2007
  270. MLB H.O.F. outfielder 1947-59 - Indians, White Sox, Tigers. First black player in AL. 7x All-Star. Led league in RS 1x, HR 2x, RBI 1x, & slug %.1954 Runner-up for MVP - 94 RS, 18 doubles, 4 triples, 32 HR, 106 RBI, .272 BA./ 2 W.S. champs - double, HR
  271. Phillies Prospect
  272. MLB pitcher from 1950-65 for 5 teams. 5x All-Star. Best seasons: 1957 went 16-6 (best w-l %), 2.77 ERA; 1961 ERA Title with 2.40 & 1962 went 20-10. Led league in Shutouts 1x, Complete Games 1x. Got a save in 1959 World Series for the champion White Sox
  273. Played in 163 games over 8 seasons with the Cleveland Indians (1987), California Angels (1988), New York Yankees (1989-1990), San Diego Padres (1991), Cincinnati Reds (1992-1993), and Chicago Cubs (1994)
  274. Actor (PT 109, Galaxy Being in first 'Outer Limits' episode), son of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas
  275. WWII veteran, born in 1913, believed to be the oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor. He served on the USS W> Virginia during the attack, and later served in the Korean War
  276. aaa baseball player mlb/cleveland indians
  277. Former AAA/MLB Player - Cleveland Indians, brother of former MLB Players Stephen Drew & J.D. Drew
  278. Former Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians OF/ Now back in Triple-A for Chicago Cubs
  279. American fighter ace VF-15, 5 Kills - US Navy, f4f hellcat, p-47, p-51
  280. U.S. Secret Service agent assigned to the White House detail during the Kennedy years, Duncan served as the advance agent for Fort Worth during the Texas visit in November 1963
  281. former major league pitcher; played for Stanford University, Indians, Expos, Rangers, Angels and A's; hit grand slam in 1971
  282. Baseball / Outfielder / Chicago Cubs & Florida Marlins / Debuted in 1996
  283. baseball player
  284. 50s baseball
  285. Baseball / 1970's & 80's / Relief Pitcher / Former Cleveland Indians, Milwaukee Brewers & Atlanta Braves
  286. MLB H.O.F. relief pitcher 1975-98 for A's, Red Sox, Cubs, Indians, Cards. 'Eck'was. MVP & Cy Young in 92. 6x All-Star, 2x Rolaids Relief. Yet was best in 1990 with 4-2, 48 saves, 0.61 ERA. Led league saves 2x. 1988 ALCS MVP with 4 saves, 6 IP, one hit
  287. former MLB player/manager - cleveland indians (1962-1963), kansas city athletics (1963-1965), new york yankees (1965), philadelphia phillies (1970)
  288. Buffalo Soldiers of WW2 'Age 90'
  289. Hank Edwards  (2)
    Baseball player
  290. Silent Film Child Actor, Born: 09/26/1920.'I Do' (1921), 'Gramdma's Boy' (1922), 'So This Is Marriage' (1924), 'Eastside Kids' (1940)
  291. Wasp (wwii pilot)
  292. 1935 Brooklyn Dodgers Debut: May 19, 1935 Final Game: September 25, 1942 Died: March 21, 2003 in Beachwood, OH
  293. Pitcher for Indians, debut 1974
  294. Baseball / Relief Pitcher of the Late 1990's & 2000's / Member of 2004 World Champion Red Sox / Also Played for Padres, Giants, Braves, Indians & Yankees a's and now signed with the Charlotte Knights AAA team
  295. Baseball Player
  296. Born: October 30, 1960 in La Sabana, Vargas, Venezuela Signed by the Toronto Blue Jays as an amateur free agent in 1978. (All Transactions)Debut: April 13, 1991 (Age 30.165)
  297. Mike Evans  (7)
    Football player - 2014 draft - WR
  298. Musician, Actor - Titanic
  299. former Astros, Tigers and Twins infielder, now a coach for Cleveland
  300. Played on the 1951 Cleveland Indians. nicknamed 'Red'
  301. MLB first baseman from 1947-55 for the A's, White Sox, Tigers, Indians. Known as 'Burrhead' or 'Cocky'. Bat champion in 1951 & 52 with BA of .344 & .327./ 5x Al - Star. Led league in doubles with 43 in 1952
  302. MLB outfielder from 1920-31 with the White Sox and Indians. Career batting average of .314. Best season was 1926 with 43 doubles, 4 triples, 8 home runs, 86 runs scored, 108 RBI's and .345 batting average
  303. MLB pitcher 1971-83 (11 yrs) for 8 teams. All - Star in 1980 with 7 wins, 30 saves, 3.34 ERA. Scout for Orioles, Announcer for White Sox
  304. Baseball / 1980's & Early 90's Relief Pitcher / Career Year in 1988 with Royals - 2.50 ERA & 20 Saves/ played for Royals, Red Sox, Indians & Yankees
  305. former MLB pitcher during the 80s/90s for Tigers, Angels, Indians / former Manager for 2013 World Champion Red Sox; pitching coach during 2007 WS Championship; currently works in Reds organization
  306. Former baseball player. OF, Pirates' 1st Rd pick in the 1991 draft
  307. Retired Baseball / Catcher 1996-2002 & 2005-06 / Royals, A's Rockies, Angels, Orioles, Phillies, Yankees, and Blue Jays/ Currently manager of the New Hampshire Fishercats (AA)
  308. Baseball Hall of Famer. Born: 11/03/1918
  309. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, USS Oglala
  310. retired baseball player (Blue Jays, Tigers, Yankees)
  311. Retired baseball player played for the seattle mariners debut 1981
  312. Porn star
  313. MLB catcher from 1948-59 for the Piratwes, Senators, Indians. Hit .289 in 360 at - bats in 1954
  314. Retired baseball player played for the st louis cardinals debut 1988
  315. Baseball player, 1898-1910. Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
  316. Former minor league pitcher. Toranto Bluejays organization '78-'81. 'R'-'AA'
  317. MLB outfielder (1970-73 Indians, Rangers)
  318. Played as a catcher for MLB team Brewers, current announcer for the Oakland Athletics
  319. Roy Foster  (3)
    Tulsa-born outfielder who debut for the Clevevland Indians in 1970. He passed away (at a Tulsa nursing home) in 2008
  320. Baseball / Former Indians, Phillies, Blue Jays and Astros Outfielder / Former UCLA Standout / Now with Rays
  321. Joe Frazier  (2)
    MLB outfielder, P.H. from 1947-56 for Cardinals, Reds, Orioles, Indians. Known as 'Cobra Joe'. Best in 1954 (88 at - bats) had 12 RS, 5 doubles, two triples, 3 HR's, 18 RBI, .295 BA
  322. Baltimore Orioles outfielder 1954
  323. Baseball / Outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates During the 1980's / Very Good Defensive Player
  324. Retired former Tigers and Indians third baseman
  325. Baseball / Played 6 Years for Cleveland Indians in the 1960's / Steady Fielder With a Little Power
  326. former major league pitcher; played for Milwaukee Braves and Cleveland Indians; major league pitching coach for Mariners, Rockies and Royals
  327. Former baseball player for the 1965 Indians
  328. MLB pitcher from 1934-49 with Indians, Red Sox, and Browns. Best known for his 1944 World Series with an 1-1 record, giving up only 3 earned runs in 18 innings
  329. former Indians, White Sox, Orioles, Angels, Phillies, Braves and Mets outfielder
  330. Mike Garcia  (2)
    50s baseball player-died 1986
  331. former Giants, Indians and Mariners 1B/DH/OF... now in Rays organization
  332. MLB pitcher 1973-81 (9 years) for Indians, Orioles. Best in 1976 with 20-7, save, and 2.67 ERA. In 1974 ALCS had 2/3 IP giving up no earned runs
  333. Played for the Boston Red Sox - Outfielder - in the 50's
  334. Baseball / Former MLB Hard Hitting 1st Baseman - Brooklyn Dodgers (1957), Los Angeles Dodgers (1958), Baltimore Orioles (1960-63), Kansas City Athletics (1964-65), Houston Astros (1965-66), Toronto Blue Jays (1965), Cleveland Indians (1966)
  335. Band
  336. former Indians, Padres and Brewers outfielder
  337. MLB 2nd & 3rd baseman, P.H. from 1967-71 for Indians, Pilots, Brewers. Best season was 1969 (221 at - bats) had 20 RS, 7 doubles, and 17 RBI's
  338. Brian Giles  (2)
    former major league outfielder; played for Indians, Pirates and Padres; 2X All - Star
  339. Former Mets second baseman from the '80s
  340. Catcher for the 2016 American League Champion Cleveland Indians
  341. MLB outfielder from 1936-1942.for Indians, Cubs, and Reds. Best season was 1940 getting 39 doubles, 11 triples, 5 home runs with a batting average of .313
  342. Fmr Baseball Player (PHI & CLE 49-54)
  343. Baseball Player for the Cleveland indians system./ Pitched a Perfect game in AA
  344. English footballer. Plays centre abck for Liverpool
  345. Alex Gonzalez  (5)
    Baseball, right handed pitcher drafted by the Texas Rangers with the 23rd overall pick in the 2013 amateur draft
  346. 5year MLBer (1984-85;87-89); Japan (1991-92)
  347. MLB outfielder 1989-2005 for Rangers, Tigers, Indians, Royals. Known as 'Juan Gone or Igor'. 2x MVP (96 & 98). 3x All-Star. 6x Silver Slugger. 2x HR Titles, 1x RBI. 1x Doubles. 5x 40-plus HR's. Best 1998 with 110 RS, 50 doubles, 45 HR, 157 RBI, .318 BA
  348. Venezuelan - born infielder signed as free agent by Tigers in 1999 (born Feb. 23, 1982, in Valencia Valenzuela). He never played in the major leagues
  349. 1st Baseman for the Cleveland Indians (1976), Philadelphia Phillies (1978)and the Oakland Athletics (1980)
  350. Ex-cleveland indians 2nd baseman
  351. aaa baseball playersmlb/st louis cardinals
  352. Don Gordon  (2)
    Ex Major League Baseball Player
  353. Reds starting pitching prospect
  354. Baseball / 1996-Present / Infielder That has Played for Braves, D-Rays, White Sox, Red Sox / Currently with KC Royals
  355. Right-handed pitcher who appeared in three games for the Cleveland Indians in 1968
  356. MLB 1958-71, 7 Teams. 1st African American to win 20, with 21(most in A.L.)-7 in 1965. 2x All-Star. 1970 was 8-3, 24 saves, 1.86 ERA & 1971 was 6-2, 24 saves, 1.82./ 65 W.S. went 2-1, 2.74 ERA. Jim wrote, 'I threw 4 illegal pitches but was never caught'
  357. Baseball / Pitcher / Former Cincinnati Reds Hurler / Playing in the Independent Atlantic League in 2007
  358. Jonathan Gray  (2)
    Baseball player, pitcher, Colorado Rockies 2015-
  359. Tuskegee Airmen
  360. former major league shortstop; played for Dodgers, Blue Jays, A's & Indians; 1X All-Star (1984); 4X World Series champion; 1979 AL Rookie of the Year; current Angels first base coach
  361. MLB pitcher from 1941-57 for the Indians, Tigers. Best seasons were 1945 going 19-9, save, 2.55 ERA and 1954 going 18-6, save, and 2.74 ERA. Pitched a complete 9 inning game in 1948 World Series, getting the win and allowing only one run
  362. Kansas City Royals 2nd Baseman
  363. Former Major League Pitcher
  364. Baseball Player
  365. Baseball / Pitcher / Former Orioles, Rockies, and Royals starter, now with Rangers
  366. Baseball / Outfielder for Cleveland Indians / Native of Venezuela / Made his Major Leagu Debut in 2005
  367. Juan Guzman  (2)
    World boxing champion
  368. Minor league baseball prospect
  369. former Reds, Braves, Cubs, Mets & Royals outfielder; holds minor league record for stolen bases in one season (155); currently plays in White Sox minor leagues
  370. MLB Reliever from 1961-72 for 6 teams / Also played in NBA for the Lakers. Known as 'Gomer'. Tossed the famous pitch called the 'Folly Floater'. In 1963 & 64 W.S.- one save, 3.00 ERA. Best season: 1965 w/3-1, 5 saves, 1.39 ERA/ 1968.11 saves, 2.13 ERA
  371. former major league pitcher; played for Rangers, Indians & Angels
  372. Bobby Hansen  (2)
    Baseball Player born 1989, from 2008 MLB June Amateur Draft
  373. MLB pitcher 1928-47 with the Indians. Known as 'Chief'. 4x All-Star. ERA title in 1933. Led league in shutouts with 6 in 1934. Best seasons were 1934 going 20-12 with 5 saves, 2.61 ERA and in 1935 went 22-11 with 2 saves and 3.29 ERA. 25 career shutouts
  374. Two Sport Athlete / Baseball: 1958-67 Indians, Red Sox, Colt 45's & Twins / Football: 1955 49ers / Only Man to Ever Pinch Hit for Ted Williams
  375. J. J. Hardy  (2)
    Herman - Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Ralphy - Nobody's Fool
  376. former Major League pitcher; played for Indians, Rangers, Blue Jays & Braves; All-star in 1967
  377. former major league player/Manager; played for Rangers, Padres and Indians; Managed Indians, Mariners and Orioles; 1975 ROY and 1X All - Star
  378. Negro Leaguer 'Birmingham Black Barons 1951' MLB OF (1955-61 Indians, Red Sox)
  379. Former Baseball Player/Current TV annoucer for the Chicago White Sox
  380. Billy Harris  (2)
    NHL right wing from 1973-84, 12 seasons with Islanders, Kings, Maple Leafs. 1976 All - Star. Had 2 Hat Tricks during the 1973-74 season
  381. MLB Infielder (1968-69 Indians, Royals)
  382. Baseball player born 1926, 1948-51 Philadelphia A's and the 1951 Cleveland Indians
  383. Played football for 1960'Los Angeles Chargers
  384. Tuskegee Pilot
  385. Baseball Player
  386. Major League Baseball Player with Reds, Mets, Nationals, Braves and Red Sox
  387. MLB pitcher and first baseman from 1952-60 for Giants, White Sox, Orioles, Red Sox, and Indians. Best seasons: 1953 14-8, save, and .295 ERA. 1956 15-11 3.10 ERA. 1958 12 wins, 4 saves, and 2.89 ERA. Hit 21 HR's in 424 at - bats
  388. Actress - The Slime People, Pajama Party, Ride The Wild Surf, City Under The Sea, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini (title role). Wife of A.I.P. president James H. Nicholson from 1964 until his death in 1972
  389. Bob Hartman  (2)
    Retired Major League Pitcher - 1959 & 1962
  390. James Harvey  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen Flew PT-17, BT-13, A-26, P-40, P-47, P-51, F-80, F-86, F-89, F-94 and the F-102
  391. baseball player former Indians,Cubs,Yankees,White Sox ,and A's catcher
  392. MLB 1st baseman 1922-29 for A's, Indians. Held Minor League record - 63 HR (1930) and 69 (1933). Held AL record most total bases in game. Only Ruth hit more HR (46) in MLB during the 1924 season than Joe's 27. Longest hit HR, 165 miles, landing in train
  393. Late 50s, early 60s baseball, Cleveland Indians
  394. Former outfielder Indians, Phillies and Angels
  395. Tigers farmhand
  396. Actor - Hollyoaks
  397. Baseball / Former Lefty Starting Pitcher in the 1980s / Indians, Twins, Expos & Pirates / Former All American at University of Miami
  398. Baseball / Pitcher / 1965 & 1968-72 / Indians and Royals
  399. 50s indians baseball player
  400. former major league shortstop; played for Indians, Mets, Cardinals and Brewers
  401. Olympic Silver 1956 Gold 1960 - figure skating/ three stooges meet snow white
  402. Former major league pitcher. 1960 toranto maple leafs. minorleaguebaseball.com's 100 greatest teams. team #87
  403. former major league outfielder; played for University of California, Mariners & Indians
  404. MLB pitcher (1969-73 Indians, Mets)
  405. former major league first baseman; played for Cardinals, Mets & Indians; 2X World Series champion; 5X All-Star; 11X Gold Glove winner; 1979 NL co-MVP
  406. Baseball/Cleveland Indians Prospect
  407. Baseball - Toledo Mud Hens 2006
  408. Cleveland Indians Pitcher
  409. MLB outfielder, 1st & 2nd baseman from 1961-71 for Senators, Indians, Angels. All--Star in 1964. Best season was 1961 with 73 RS, 25 doubles, 6 triples, 17 HR's, 76 RBI, .310 BA (4th in league). Career SB record 130-50
  410. baseball
  411. Former baseball player
  412. Actor
  413. baseball
  414. MLB starter & relief pitcher from 1026-44 for Indians, Senators, Giants, Browns. Best season was 1929 going 17-15 with a save and 3.34 ERA. Won 18 games in 1927
  415. Baseball Player
  416. Baseball player, 1935-1946. Indians, Browns, Phillies, Cubs
  417. Actor, - NCIS, Joey, CSI: Miami, born 1975
  418. Actor - played The Young Master in the TV series Doctor who
  419. British WWII Rear Admiral
  420. Baseball / Infielder 1953-58 for Browns, Orioles, Yankees, A's & Indians / Manager 1977-78 for Rangers
  421. Former Blue Jay, Indian, currently with the Texas Rangers, infielder
  422. Lingerie/Legends Football League (LFL) Baltimore Charm 2011
  423. MLB 2nd baseman, shortstop, outfielder with 8 teams from 1996-2006. Best season was 2000 with 68 RS, 27 doubles, 6 triples, 6 HR and had 28 steals in 34 attempts. Career SB - 133 steals, caught 39 times. Involved with Many Gang Prevention Programs
  424. Baseball player with the 1970-1973 Phillies, Cardinals and Royals
  425. 'Tuskegee Airmen' & fighter ace of ww2
  426. former major league coach/3rd baseman; played for Indians and A's; former hitting coach for Cincinnati Reds and Toronto Blue Jays; 2X All - Star
  427. Jason Jacome (born November 24, 1970) is a former professional baseball pitcher from 1994 to 1998 for the New York Mets, Kansas City Royals, and Cleveland Indians, also pitched two seasons in Japan for the Yakult Swallows in 1999 and 2000
  428. USS Indianapolis survivor
  429. Baseball Player
  430. baseball
  431. Retired Former Starting Pitcher with several teams
  432. Pearl Harbor Survivor, aboard U.S.S. Maryland when the attack took place. Also fought in the Korean War
  433. Bomb Aimer, 617 Squadron (Dambusters)
  434. Pearl Harbor survivor (7 Dec 1941), USS Oklahoma
  435. Member of rescue Ship USS Bassett to the aid of the USS Indianapolis Survivors
  436. Right-handed hitting catcher who debuted in one game for the Indians, one more game for them in 1974, then appeared in one game for the Expos in 1975, six more for them in 1976, and the three games for the White Sox in 1978
  437. WWII US Fighter Pilot, 56th FG, Zemke's Wolfpack
  438. WW2 vet, born 1921, and the last surviving member of Richard Byrd'sThird Antarctic Expedition in 1939. Also returned with Byrd on his 1946 and 1947 expeditions
  439. MLB pitcher from 1944-46 for the Red Sox and Indians. Best season was 1945 going 6-4 with two saves and an ERA of 4.01
  440. Alex Jones  (5)
    The One Show
  441. 1961/62 Cleveland Indians. Also played in the Negro League
  442. Singer/Musician
  443. Richard Jones  (4)
    Baseball Player born 1988 - Cubs prospect, Daytona Cubs
  444. Sam Jones  (3)
    Baltimore orioles pitcher 1964
  445. pitcher on Reds 40 man roster
  446. playboy playmate - miss september 1976
  447. Former major league thirdbaseman (1923-35)
  448. Baseball / Former Hard Playing Infielder / 1980's / California Angels & Chicago White Sox
  449. Bob Kelly  (2)
    Baseball - Pitcher - Chicago Cubs & Cincinnati Reds
  450. Pat Kelly  (2)
    retired baseball player, most known as an Oriole, younger brother of football player Leroy Kelly
  451. Rob Kelly  (2)
    Baseball Player
  452. MLB third baseman from 1937-50 for the Indians and Red Sox, 1945 Military. 7x All - Star. 3x fielding leader at 3rd base. Made one of the outs to end Joe DiMaggio's streak. Best season was 1948 with 31 home runs, 119 RBI,, and .297 batting average
  453. Pitcher 1953 Boston Red Sox {Died 4/8/1983}in the 1953 Topps Archives
  454. U.S. Congressman (4th CD) from Massachusetts. Son of Joseph P. Kennedy II, grandson of Ethel Kennedy and the late Robert F. Kennedy. Elected to Congress in 2012
  455. former major league infielder; played for Indians and Yankees; once hit inside - the - park homerun
  456. Baseball - Top Reliever/Closer of the Late 1970's and Early 80's - Known for Wearing Wide Brimmed Amish Hat
  457. Baseball pitcher 1969-73 Tigers, Indians, Padres
  458. Former major league outfielder; played for Pirates, Cubs & Indians; 6X All-Star; NY Mets Broadcaster; member of Baseball Hall of Fame inducted in 1975 led the league in homeruns from 1946-1952 with the Pirates NL All star from 1947 and 1949 to 1951
  459. Jim King  (2)
    Played basketball for 1969 Cincinnati Royals
  460. Ted King  (3)
    WWII ship Reuben James survivor
  461. Retired baseball player for the indians and Padres
  462. 2nd Round Draft pick by The Cleveland Indians in 2009. Played for ASU
  463. 1st Base Coach of the Baltimore Orioles, Outfielder for the Cleveland Indians (1991-1996), Los Angeles Dodgers (1996-1997) and the New York Mets (1998)
  464. Baseball player with 1958-1970 Kansas City A's, Twins, Mets,Indians and Milwaukee Braves
  465. former major league pitcher; played for Cardinals, Giants, Expos, Indians & Orioles; current pitching coach for Augusta (A)
  466. former Diamondbacks reliever, currently in the Atlantic League
  467. Former Padres and A's 3B, now in Royals chain
  468. American Football, End, Notre Dame, NFL Redskins, Cleveland Rams of the NFL in 1938
  469. former twins & indians pitcher
  470. Former Cleveland Indians RH pitcher (1991-1993)
  471. baseball player 1975-1978 with the Red Sox and Indians
  472. Baseball player form 1964 to 1969 with the Phillies, Mets, Astros and Indians.
  473. He was a utility infielder for the Cleveland Indians in 1961 and 1962, playing 25 games each year (at 2B, SS, and 3B)
  474. 1950's Cleveland Indians SS
  475. Baseball Player-Indians, Giants-1970's +80's, hit one major league home run, current announcer for the San Francisco Giants
  476. MLB pitcher from 1946-57 for Yankees, Phillies, Cardinals, Pirates, Orioles, White Sox, Indians & Senators. Played in 3 World Series (1951, 52, and 53) getting 2 saves in 4 1/3 innings and an ERA of 2.08
  477. former major league pitcher; played for Yankees, Blue Jays, Mariners, Indians, Rockies and Mets
  478. Former Expos and Indians catcher, currently coach with the Arizona Diamondbacks
  479. Pitcher for the Dodgers and Indians in the early 70's
  480. former major league catcher; played for Indians, Giants, Brewers, Padres, Cardinals and Mariners
  481. Photographer. Son of film comedian Harry Langdon
  482. former major league pitcher; played for Mariners, Angels, Expos, Indians & Padres; 4X All-star; struck out 2,464 batters
  483. Baseball Player
  484. Cleveland Indians outfielder; Former Florida Gator and Team USA member
  485. Baseball - Buffalo Bisons 2006
  486. former MLB pitcher - san francisco giants (1982-85), montreal expos (1985), cleveland indians (1988)
  487. Played baseball for Phillies, Padres, Tigers, Mariners and Indians from 1970-1977
  488. Baseball Player
  489. C. J. Lee  (2)
    Baseball Player
  490. Baseball Player
  491. baseball player pitcher won the 2008 AL Cy Young Winner Traded to Rangers July 9, 2010 /Former Phillies Indians and Seattle Mariners ace
  492. David Lee  (2)
    minor league baseball
  493. Michael Lee  (3)
    Baseball Player - Salem Avalanche
  494. Former baseball player. He pitched the 1960 season with the Indians and 1963 with the Anges.
  495. Retired Marine Officer who served on the ?Death Watch? for President John F. Kennedy?s casket following the assassination
  496. Former baseball player 1959-1962 with Cleveland Indians and LA Angels
  497. MLB H.O.F. pitcher 1946-58 for Indians and Manager from 1970-82 for Royals. White Sox, Yanks. Led league in wins 3x, shutouts (10) in 1948, K's in 1950. W.S Champs 1945 going 2-0 with 1.65 ERA. Threw no-hitter (1948). Managed W.S.wins for Yanks in 1978
  498. baseball player
  499. Baseball player 1968-1975 with the Indians and White Sox
  500. Actor & Stuntman: Played 'Michael Myers' in a few scenes in 'Halloween 6', Twin Peaks, The Shawshank Redemption, Total Recall