These numbers can be passed down from one club legend to the next, as the tradition is in soccer. Today, King is still a primary advocate for women and LGBTQ equality. Honorable mentions: Steve Carlton, Roy Halladay. Honorable mentions: Jim Maloney, Burt Hooton. 47. Years active: 2005-present (Buffalo Bills) For certain numbers, it is almost impossible to choose one top athlete. Greenwood, NFL; Albert Pujols, MLB; Russ Grimm, NFL; Joe DeLamielleure, NFL, Tim Krumrie, NFL; Will Worford, NFL; Jared Allen, NFL, Sam Huff; NFL; Art Donovan, NFL; Rayfield Wright, NFL; Leon Gray, NFL, Jim Marshall, NFL, Alex Karras, NFL; Walter Jones, NFL; Dave Marcis, NASCAR; Bobby Isaac, NASCAR; Walter Jones, NFL, Carlton Fisk, MLB; Ed "Too Tall" Jones, NFL; Dan Dierdorf, NFL; William "Refrigerator" Perry, NFL, John Hannah, NFL; Ron Yary, NFL; Larry Allen, NFL, Merlin Olsen, NFL; Bob Lilly, NFL; Bruce Matthews, NFL; Ron Mix, NFL, Joe Greene, NFL; Deacon Jones, NFL; Forrest Gregg, NFL; Lomas Brown, NFL; Jonathan Ogden, NFL; Vince Wilfork, NFL, Marion Motley, NFL; Lou Groza, NFL; Rosey Grier, NFL, Red Grange, NFL; Lyle Alzado, NFL; Ray Bourque, NHL; Paul Coffey, NHL; Gary Larsen, NFL, Anthony Munoz, NFL; Art Shell, NFL; Bruce Smith, NFL; Jackie Slater, NFL; Dwight White, NFL, Rosey Brown, NFL; Harvey Martin, NFL; Bob "The Geek" St. Clair, NFL, Jerry Rice, NFL; Kellen Winslow, NFL; Steve Largent, NFL; Chris Carter, NFL, Terrell Owens, NFL; Tim Brown, NFL; Dick "Night Train" Lane, NFL; Doug Atkins, NFL; Art Monk, NFL; Carl Eller, NFL, Raymond Berry, NFL; John Stallworth, NFL; Ozzie Newsome, NFL, Ted Hendricks, NFL; Andre Reed, NFL; Mark Clayton, NFL; Willie Gault, NFL, Randy Moss, NFL; Chris Webber, NBA; Shannon Sharpe, NFL; Sterling Sharpe, NFL; Herman Moore, NFL, Jack Youngblood, NFL; Antonio Gates, NFL; Nick Buoniconti, NFL, Buck Buchanan, NFL; Dante Lavelli, NFL; James Lofton, NFL, Dwight Clark, NFL; Sidney Crosby, NHL; Dave Casper, NFL; Buck Baker, NASCAR, Lynn Swann, NFL; Alan Page, NFL; John Mackey, NFL; Tony Gonzalez, NFL; Michael Irvin, NFL; Eric Lindros, NHL, Mike Ditka, NFL; Gino Marchetti, NFL; Mark Bavaro, NFL; Clyde Lovellette, NBA, Sergei Fedorov, NHL; Kevin Greene, NFL; Dennis Rodman, NBA; Bob Kurland, Olympic basketball, Reggie White, NFL; Michael Strahan, NFL; Albert Haynesworth, NFL, Doug Gilmour, NHL; John Randle, NFL; Dwight Freeney, NFL, Charles Haley, NFL; Dana Stubblefield, NFL; Bill Elliott, NASCAR, Richard Dent, NFL; Greg Lloyd, NFL; Bubba Smith, NFL, Cortez Kennedy, NFL; Sean Jones, NFL; Pavel Bure, NHL, Jeremy Roenick, NHL; Simeon Rice, NFL; Kurt Busch, NASCAR, Tom Harmon, NFL; Julian Peterson, NFL; LeeRoy Yarbrough, NASCAR, Wayne Gretzky, NHL; George Mikan, NBA; Warren Sapp, NFL; Dan Hampton, NFL. 91 for his entire seven-year career. 46 for an extended period. Eck was the AL MVP and Cy Young winner in 1992 and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004. Today, Total Pro Sports brings you a list of the greatest players to wear every number, from 00 to 99. Why he’s here: Because he's Tom friggin' Seaver, that's why. He still could get there, and he's the most talented player to put on No. And though he wasn’t much with the bat early in his career, he did wind up with 580 career stolen bases and walked almost twice as many times as he struck out (1,072 to 589). He is number 23, so much so that when LeBron said he was going back to no. You know a superstar athlete has become a legend when his name has become synonymous with his jersey number, and there’s a banner with that number on it hanging in the rafters of every stadium of every team he ever played for. 0. Why he's here: Gibson was an elite pitcher, and he just barely edges out fellow elite pitcher Pedro Martinez for the top spot due to a longer career. Points, assists, goals, single-season, career—Gretzky is at the top of every list. The right-hander with the unmistakable high leg kick finished his career with a 2.89 ERA and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1983. In 2015, he was an All-Star and won AL Comeback Player of the Year. Writer for Total Pro Sports Since July 11, 2011. This activity requires students to match the famous athletes with their iconic jersey numbers. Football and hockey are not too far behind with many superstars rocking the number in NFL and NHL history. Parents and Teachers: While and its 10,000+ activities are always free, if you wish to subscribe to MrN 365, enter the coupon code "november" to receive 50 percent off the normal price through November. Why he’s here: Bonds wore 24 during his seven years with Pittsburgh as a tribute to Willie Mays, his godfather. Simpson, NFL; Sandy Koufax, MLB; Bill Walton, NBA; Marcus Allen, NFL; Steve Carlton, MLB, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA; Larry Bird, NBA; Patrick Roy, NHL; Tony Dorsett, NFL; Jose Canseco, MLB; Harry Gant, NASCAR; Honus Wagner, MLB; Patrick Ewing, NBA; Scottie Pippen, NBA, Walter Payton, NFL; Shaquille O'Neal, NBA; Bryce Harper, MLB; Hakeem Olajuwon, NBA; Kirby Puckett, MLB; Thurman Thomas, NFL, Kevin Durant, NBA; Rickey Henderson, MLB; Frank Thomas, MLB; Phil Neikro, MLB; Mike Cuellar, MLB, Jerome Bettis, NFL; Robin Roberts, MLB; Gaylord Perry, MLB; Don Newcombe, MLB, Doak Walker, NFL; Dave Stieb, MLB; Lester Hayes, NFL; Casey Stengel, MLB; Bill "Spaceman" Lee, MLB, Curt Schilling, MLB; George Rogers, NFL; Pavol Demitra, NHL, Larry Csonka, NFL; Dominik Hasek, NHL; Roy Campanella, MLB, Gale Sayers, NFL; Shawn Kemp, NBA; Rick Sutcliffe, MLB, Dirk Nowitzki, NBA; Wes Unseld, NBA; Tom Seaver, MLB; Charlie Waters, NFL; Eddie Matthews, MLB, Jackie Robinson, MLB; Ronnie Lott, NFL; James Worthy, NBA; Mariano Rivera, MLB, Richard Petty, NASCAR; Dennis Eckersley, MLB; Troy Polamalu, NFL, Hank Aaron, MLB; Jerry West, NBA; Pete Maravich, NBA; George Gervin, NBA; John Riggins, NFL; Reggie Jackson, MLB; Willie McCovey, MLB, Bob Gibson, MLB; A.C. Green, NBA; Pedro Martinez, MLB; Kyle Petty, NASCAR, Lee Smith, MLB; Todd Christensen, NFL; Andy Pettitte, MLB, Jack Morris, MLB; Mel Blount, NFL; Tom Glavine, MLB; Jerry Lucas, NBA, Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR; Torii Hunter, MLB; Scott Young, NHL, Hoyt Wilhelm, MLB; Ron Guidry, MLB; Bobby Mitchell, NFL; Brian Savage, NHL, David Robinson, NBA; Mike Singletary, NFL; Dave Dalby, NFL, Jamie Moyer, MLB, Dick Butkus, NFL; Ichiro Suzuki, MLB; Randy Cross, NFL; Randy Johnson, MLB; Jim Ringo, NFL, Ray Lewis, NFL; Dave Edwards, NFL; Jamaal Wilkes, NBA; Mike Webster, NFL, Don Drysdale, MLB; Harry Carson, NFL; Randy Gradishar, NFL; Artis Gilmore, NBA, Randy White, NFL; Rich Gossage, MLB; Brian Urlacher, NFL; Chuck Howley, NFL, Orel Hershiser, MLB; Junior Seau, NFL; Lee Roy Jordan, NFL; Otis Wilson, NFL, Lawrence Taylor, NFL; Shawne Merriman, NFL; Martin Truex Jr., NASCAR, Francisco Rodriguez, MLB; Tom Jackson, NFL; Dwight Stephenson, NFL, Jack Lambert, NFL; Derrick Thomas, NFL; Carl Banks, NFL; Wilber Marshall, NFL, Jack Ham, NFL; "Tiger" Tom Pistone, NASCAR; Seth Joyner, NFL, Chuck Bednarik, NFL; Otto Graham, NFL; Tommy Nobis, NFL; Otis Sistrunk, NFL, Curley Culp, NFL; Bill George, NFL; Josh Beckett, MLB, Jim Langer, NFL; Curtis "Crawfish" Crider, NASCAR, Gene Upshaw, NFL; Willie Lanier, NFL; Lee Roy Selmon, NFL; Ernie Holmes, NFL, Jerry Kramer, NFL; Elmo Langley, NASCAR; Randall McDaniel, NFL, Elvin Bethea, NFL; Tom Mack, NFL; Gary Zimmerman, NFL, Mario Lemieux, NHL; Ray Nitschke, NFL; Conrad Dobler, NFL, Reggie McKenzie, NFL; Bob Kuechenberg, NFL; Les Richter, NFL, Jaromir Jagr, NHL; L.C.

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