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The very first issue of Sports Illustrated, dated August 16, 1954, featured Eddie Mathews of the Milwaukee Braves on the cover. This is a reproduction of that cover.
"The Babe, The Bambino, The Sultan of Swat" no matter what the nickname George Herman "Babe" Ruth is the most famous and well known player in the history of Baseball. He was also arguably the best player in the history of the game. "The Babe" was a member of the Inaugural HOF Class of 1936.
"It's a great day for a ball game; let's play two!" - "Mr. Cub," Ernie Banks, one of the greatest players to ever play the game. Banks was the first player to win the National League MVP in consecutive years, 1958 and 1959.
"Hammerin' Hank" Henry Aaron passed the legendary Babe Ruth in 1974 to become the All Time Leader in Home Run. Aaron's total of 755 has since been passed. Many fans still consider Aaron to be the true All Time Home Run leader since the record was passed during the steroid era.
The story of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball is well known to all Baseball fans. Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson was not only a baseball pioneer, he was a pioneer in the Civil Rights movement as well. Jackie Robinson was a true American Hero.
Jackie Robinson steals Home in Game One of the 1955 World Series against New York Yankees.
"The Great One" Roberto Clemente finished his Hall Of Fame career with exactly 3000 hits in 18 seasons. Clemente died when the plane he was on board went down on December 31, 1972, while en route to deliver aid to earthquake victims in Nicaragua.
Baseball's Iron Man, Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig's record of 2130 straight games played in 1995. Ripken Jr. would go on to add 501 more games to his streak to push the new mark for consecutive games played to 2632.
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