Fred Biletnikoff

Fred Biletnikoff

Fred Biletnikoff joined the Oakland Raiders in 1965, after being selected All-American Flanker at Florida State in 1964. In 14 seasons with the Raiders, he was selected All-Pro 4 times. He gained 100 or more yards 21 times, led the NFL in receptions with 61 in 1971...read more
Orlando Cepeda

Orlando Cepeda

Orlando Cepeda joined the San Francisco Giants as a rookie in 1958 and was selected to the All-Rookie Team. He batted .307 in his seven seasons as a Giant and led the NL in home runs (46) and RBIs (142) in 1961. Selected to the 1963 All-Star Team, he played 17 years...read more
Jim “Catfish” Hunter

Jim “Catfish” Hunter

Catfish Hunter came to Oakland in 1968 with the Kansas City A’s. In seven seasons with the Oakland A’s, he played in three World Series. His World Series record was 4-0, with one save. With the A’s, he bettered 20 wins five times, topped by 25-12 in 1974 and 23-14 in...read more
Jimmy Johnson

Jimmy Johnson

Jimmy Johnson played his entire career with the 49ers, from 1961 to 1976. Prior to that, in1960, he was selected as a Track & Field All-American at UCLA. Elected All-Pro four times and to the Pro Bowl five times, he led the 49ers in career interceptions, with 47...read more
Tony Lema

Tony Lema

Born in Oakland, Tony Lema had a meteoric golf career that ended in the fatal crash of a private plane in 1966. He was just 32 years old. From 1962-1966, he won 10 tour events, was second 11 times, and was third 4 times. He won the British Open in 1964 and was a...read more