Athletes to Wear # 4

Lou Gehrig

Baseball Hall of Fame Member

2 Time Al MVP (1927 &1936)

7 Time All Star

Held Consecutive Games Played Streak Until 1995 (Cal Ripkin)

Yankees Team Captain (1936-1939)

Members of MLB All Century & All Time Teams

Career .340 Ave, 493 HRs, & 1,995 RBIs

Holds of is tied for 14 MLB Records.  Most Notably – Most Grand Slams (23), Most Consectutuve Seasons with 120+ RBIs (8), & Most RBIs by a 1st Basemen in a Season (184)

Brett Favre

 

Super Bowl Champion (XXXI)

2 Time NFC Champion

11 TIme Pro Bowler

3 Time AP NFL MVP (1995, 1996, & 1997)

NFL All Decade Team (1990s)

Hold the NFL Record for Most Concestutive Starts at QB (297)

Career Leadwe in TDs (508) and Interceptions (336)

Joe Dumars

Pro Basektball Hall of Fame Member

2 Time NBA Chmapion (1989 & 1990)

NBA Finals MVP (1989)

6 Time All Star

Adam Vinatieri

4 Time Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI, XXXVII, XXXIX, XLI)

2 Time All Pro and Pro Bowl Selection

New England Patriots All 1990s Team

New England Patriots All 2000 Team

NFL All Decade Team (2000)

Chris Webber

Member of the Fab 5 at Michigan

Reached Finals in the 1992 and 1993 NCAA Final Four

5 Time All Star

NBA Rookie of the Year (1994)

2001 All NBA First Team

Consensus All American First Team (1993)

Mr. Basketball of Michigan (1991)

Spud Webb

1986 Slam Dunk Champion

Scott Stevens

Member of Hockey Hall of Fame

4 Time Stanley Cup Champions (1995, 1997, 2000, 2003)

2000 Conn Smythe Trophy (Playoff MVP)

13 Time All Star (1985, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2003)

Bobby Orr

 

Hockey Hall of Famer

2 Time Stanley Cup Champion (1970 & 1972)

First and only defenceman to score nine hat tricks

First defenceman to score 30 goals (1969–70) and 40 goals in a season (1974–75)in a season.

First player to record 100 assists in a season (1970–71)

Only defenceman to lead the league in scoring (1969–70, 1974–75)

Only player ever to win the Norris Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Hart Trophy, and Conn Smythe Trophy in one season (1969–70)

Named to the NHL First All-Star Team eight times consecutively (1968-1975)[140]

Played in the NHL All-Star Game eight times (from 1968 to 1975)

Won the Art Ross Trophy in 1969–70 and 1974–75[

Awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy three times consecutively (1970–1972)

Awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1970 and 1972, the first two-time winner of the playoff MVP award

NHL All-Star Game MVP in 1972[

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