Philip Henry Niekro was born April 1, 1939 and nicknamed "Knucksie" because of his usage and skill level with the knuckleball, is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.
Retired Professional American Ice Hockey Player
Former Outfielder for the Montreal Expos & Chigaco Cubs; MLB All-Star & National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee
Award-Winning Leadership Speaker and Seven-Time New York Times Bestselling Author
Professional golfer who has undergone two heart transplants
Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer; Tri-Captained 2008 Beijing Olympic Team with Michael Phelps
Former Defensive Tackle for the San Francisco 49ers
Lead Presenter for NBC’s coverage of the Barclay’s Premier League; England and Chelsea Football Legend
Former Mayor of Detroit, Retired Hall of Fame Basketball Player
Former San Francisco 49ers placekicker; holds NFL single-season record for most points scored by a kicker
Former Major League Baseball relief pitcher; Part of the 1979 World Series winning Pittsburgh Pirates
MMA who currently fights as a Light Heavyweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship
Baseball Author, Sports Writer
US Gold Medalist: Men's Halfpipe Snowboarding 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City, UT.
Sports Journalist; Host of "Speak for Yourself" on Fox Sports
Former Green Bay Packers Defensive Back
Co-Founder of the Institute for Health and Human Potential, Author & Columnist
Actor & Narrator; Best Known as Fictional Detective "Mike Hammer"
Football Coach & Author of "Paterno Legacy; Enduring Lessons From The Life and Death of My Father"