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Born in 1942, Robert Earl Love (nicknamed Butterbean after his favorite food) grew up in Louisiana with thirteen brothers and sisters. Bob's basketball career began with a coat hanger hoop nailed to the side of his grandmother's home. In his imagination, Bob played everyday against the greatest basketball players in the world.
Bob was named manager of the Diamondbacks on November 5, 2004, and his first year at the helm in Arizona witnessed a 77-85 ledger, good for second place, five games behind the National League West-winning Padres...the win total was a 26-game turnaround from the 2004 club that had posted only 51 victories prior to BoMel's arrival...the '05 crew scuffled on the home front, going 36-45 in Chase Field, while posting a solid 41-40 ledger away from home.
Bobby Allison (born December 3, 1937) was one of the first NASCAR drivers and was named one of NASCAR's 50 greatest drivers. Born in Miami, Florida, he entered his first race as a senior in high school, but was ordered to quit by his father after a few accidents.
Bobby Clampett joined CBS Sports in 1991 as an on-course reporter for the CBS Television Network's broadcast of the PGA Championship. He is now a full-time member of the CBS golf team, having retired from the PGA Tour in 1995.
During his two seasons as driver of the No. 43 Cheerios/Betty Crocker Dodge at Petty Enterprises, Bobby Labonte has led the legendary team through a revival that culminated in an 18th place finish in the 2007 NASCAR Sprint Cup standings.
Born in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada, Orr's ice hockey talents were evident at a very early age, and he was signed by Boston Bruins' scout Wren Blair at the age of twelve
Bobby Richardson was the starter at second base for the great New York Yankee teams that won five consecutive pennants, and two World Series, from 1960 through 1964.
Bobby Unser has become one of the most insightful spokespersons on auto racing. Leaning on his versatile, championship career as an incredible resource for knowledge, Bobby Unser opened the intricate world of racing to the sports public. Bobby finished his Hall of Fame career with three Indianapolis 500 wins and thirty-five overall Indy Car victories. His current career as a race broadcast analyst has perfected his presentation skills. His friendliness and endless energy are almost contagious, which make him one of the best personalities for meeting people and addressing groups.
His family, including older sister Kyla, younger sister Genesis and younger brother Chelone, lived on 500 acres (2 km's) of land in the forest, where his parents celebrated the Solstices, in a log cabin without electricity or indoor plumbing.
Bonnie joined CBS Sports in 1998 as a correspondent for the NFL Today and Lead Reporter for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championships... she currently reports from the sidelines on the Dick Enberg/Dan Dierdorf announce team for CBS Television's NFL broadcasts and was sideline/feature reporter on the Network's broadcast of Super Bowl XXXV.
Speed skater Bonnie Blair exemplifies success under pressure - the measure of a true champion. There are numerous winners in the world of sports, but the celebrated athletes are the few who meet the challenge of pressure time after time - such as speed skater Bonnie Blair.
Boomer Esiason is the veteran NFL quarterback who led the Cincinnati Bengals to the 1989 Super Bowl. A left-handed quarterback, Esiason starred at the University of Maryland and was chosen by the Bengals in the second round of the 1984 college draft. He became the team's starter in 1985.
Brandon Stokley (born June 23, 1976 in Blacksburg, Virginia) is an American football player who currently plays wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL.
Playing in the NFL has been a very rewarding experience for me. If you had told me early in my life that I would help my team win Super Bowls, play in Pro Bowls and earn various All-Pro honors, I wouldn't have believed you.
Brent Musburger is one of the most versatile and talented broadcasters in the industry. A preeminent voice of college football and college basketball play-by-play, Musburger is alos the host of ABC Sports' coverage of the Little League World Series.
Brett Butler's professional career in major league baseball spanned a total of 16 years with a start in 1979 when the Atlanta Braves selected him. In the years to come, Brett played for the Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets.
As the son of the "Golden Jet" Bobby Hull, the younger Brett came into the game with the disadvantage of having the pressure that a famous name can bring, pressure that he has shrugged off easily.
Winner of the 1988 Olympic Gold Medal in Figure Skating; Inducted into the World and US Figure Skating Halls of Fame as well as the USOC Hall of Fame; Host of "What Would Bryan Make?" on Food Network
At age 31 the youngest General Manager ever to win a World Series, and the only GM ever to do so in each of his first three seasons, New York Yankees Senior Vice-President and GM Brian Cashman has seen and done it all in the world of baseball.
Brian Patrick Dawkins Sr. (born October 13, 1973 in Jacksonville, Florida) is an American football player who currently plays free safety for the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL.
You hear the unmistakable crack of a dirt bike firing-up off in the distance, followed by a really loud, whining rumble that hurls an intimidating looking figure outfitted in spikes and black clothes rapidly toward you. Be afraid.
Brian France was appointed chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of NASCAR on September 13th, 2003. Strict, resourceful, ambitious and superbly experienced, France brings fresh ideas to this mature and very popular sport.
Brian Griese (Born March 18, 1975, Miami, Florida) is an American football player who currently plays quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. He is the son of former NFL great Bob Griese.
Brian Kilmeade serves as co-host of FOX News Channel's (FNC) irreverent morning program, FOX & Friends, in addition to serving as the network's sports reporter. Also, he co-hosts a live weekend national radio show on One on One Sports and hosts Soccer Zone on the MSG Network.
Brian Lopes has had an unprecedented 20 year career as a professional cyclist, he has been labeled by USA Today "Undisputedly the best all around world class cycling athlete".
Brooks Robinson, former third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles and the much beloved color commentator for the Orioles' television network, retired from baseball in 1977 after 20 years and 72 days in the major leagues. He was later elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in a landslide, receiving 92 percent of the votes cast.