2 Derek Jeter(Baseball Player)
Derek Jeter is an American former baseball player whose popularity had made him one of the most marketed sportsmen of his generation during his playing career. Since 2017, he has been playing a key role as part owner and the chief executive officer of the Miami Marlins. Also a well-known philanthropist, Jeter created a charitable organization called Turn 2 Foundation.
3 Hank Aaron(Baseball player)
Baseball player Hank Aaron, also known as Hammer or Hammerin' Hank, is remembered for his stint with the MLB teams Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves and Milwaukee Brewers. He also competed as part of the Negro League team Indianapolis Clowns. He was named to The Sporting News 100 Greatest Baseball Players.
4 Roberto Clemente(Baseball player)
Roberto Clemente was a Puerto Rican baseball player who represented the Pittsburgh Pirates in Major League Baseball (MLB). Apart from being a popular player, Clemente was also a great humanitarian whose impact is still being felt in MLB. Since his untimely death at the age of 38, Clemente has been the subject of several documentaries, articles, and books.
5 Barry Bonds(Baseball player)
6 Willie Mays(Baseball player)
Willie Mays is considered one of the all-time greats of baseball. His breathtaking catch of Vic Wertz’s fly ball is etched as a great movement in the history of the sport. Associated with New York / San Francisco Giants for about two decades, the former center fielder with record Major League Football putouts, features in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
7 Reggie Jackson(Baseball player)
8 Sammy Sosa(Baseball player)
9 Pedro Martínez(Baseball Player)
10 Rickey Henderson(Baseball player)
11 Bob Gibson(Baseball Player)
12 Aaron Judge(Baseball player)
13 Bo Jackson(Former Baseball & Football Player, the Only Professional Athlete in History to be Named an 'All-Star' in Both)
Former professional baseball and football player Bo Jackson has the distinction of being the only professional athlete in history to be named an All-Star in both the sports. Considered one of the greatest athletes of all time, he pursued his other interests following his retirement from sports in the 1990s. He has acted in a few TV shows, playing minor characters.
14 Deion Sanders(American Football player, Baseball Player)
American football player Deion Sanders is considered one of the strongest pass defenders of the game. He was an electrifying athlete and played in the National Football League for 14 seasons. He played for teams like Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens. He is now a coach and a sports analyst. He’s also a rapper.
15 David Ortiz(Baseball player)
David Ortiz is a Dominican-American former baseball player who played primarily for the Boston Red Sox in Major League Baseball. Nicknamed Big Papi for his strength, Ortiz is considered one of the greatest clutch hitters ever. Also regarded as one of the greatest designated hitters for Boston Red Sox, Ortiz helped the team end its 86-year World Series championship drought.
16 Mookie Betts(Baseball Player)
17 Joe Morgan(Baseball player)
18 Dikembe Mutombo(Basketball player)
19 Oscar Robertson(Former Basketball player who played point guard and was a 12-time All-Star)
20 Gary Payton(Former Basketball player who played the point guard position)
21 Giancarlo Stanton(Baseball player)
22 Ozzie Smith(Baseball player)
23 Dusty Baker(Baseball manager)
24 Aroldis Chapman(Baseball player)
25 Darryl Strawberry(Baseball player)
26 CC Sabathia(Baseball player)
27 David Justice(Baseball player)
28 Jabari Parker(Basketball player at power forward)
29 Satchel Paige(Baseball player)
Legendary baseball pitcher Satchel Paige was part of the MLB and the Negro League Baseball. The National Baseball Hall of Fame inductee began his career playing for the Chattanooga Black Lookouts and later played for teams such as the Cleveland Indians. He was the American League’s first black pitcher.
30 Yasiel Puig(Baseball player)
31 Ronald Acuña Jr.(Baseball Outfielder)
32 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.(Baseball third baseman)
33 Vladimir Guerrero(Baseball player)
34 Prince Fielder(Baseball player)
35 Dave Roberts(Baseball player)
36 Tim Raines(Baseball player)
37 Hassan Whiteside(Basketball player)
38 Willie McCovey(Baseball player)
39 Barry Larkin(Baseball player)
40 Kirby Puckett(Baseball Players)
41 Emeka Okafor(Baseball Player)
42 Kevin Johnson(Politician)
43 Ferguson Jenkins(Baseball pitcher)
Canadian baseball player and coach Ferguson Jenkins has played for MLB teams such as the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox. He also excelled in basketball and hockey and was part of the Canadian amateur hockey league. He also became the first Canadian to be name to the Baseball Hall of Fame.