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NetShrine's ICONS
from the Long Ball Era

For more information on each player, click on his name in the table below.

NetShrine's ICONS
from the Long Ball Era

Paul O'Neill Doug Jones Jeff Montgomery
Deion Sanders Dante Bichette Devon White

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Paul Andrew O'Neill 
        1985 - 2001 (Cincinnati NL, New York AL)
        Had 2,105 hits & 1,269 RBI in career.  
       Starting OF on 5 World Champion clubs.  
       Won 1994 AL Batting Title.  Strong OF arm.

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Douglas Reid Jones 
        1982 - 2000 (Milwaukee AL, Cleveland AL, 
        Houston NL, Philadelphia NL, Baltimore AL, 
        Chicago NL, Oakland AL)
        5-time All-Star RP.  Off-speed specialist.
       First full big league season was at
       age 30 - pitched until age 43.

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Jeffrey Thomas Montgomery 
        1987 - 1999 (Cincinnati NL, Kansas City AL)
        Pitched in 700 games.  304 saves in
       378 tries.  46 career wins.  Only 785
        hits allowed in 868 IP. 

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Deion Luwynn Sanders
"Neon Deion"  "Prime Time"

        1989 - 2001 (New York AL, 
        Atlanta NL, Cincinnati NL, San Francisco NL)
        Played in both the NFL & MLB at the
       same time.  Very fast runner.  Finished 2nd
       in NL for SB in 1994 and 1997.  Flashy personality.

      
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Alphonse Dante Bichette 
        1988 - 2001 (California AL, Milwaukee AL, 
        Colorado NL, Cincinnati NL, Boston AL)
        From 1993 to 1999, no NL player had 
      more RBI.  Led NL in HR in 1995.  
      HR totals inflated by playing in Coors Field.

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Devon Markes White "Devo" 
        1985 - 2001 (California AL, Toronto AL, 
        Florida NL, Arizona NL, Los Angeles NL, Milwaukee NL)
        An average batter, at best.  But, one of the best
       fielding CF in the history of the game.   Member 
       of 3 World Series
championship teams.

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