Jonny Moseley

Jonny Moseley

Jonny Moseley not only won Olympic gold in moguls at the 1998 Winter Games, he pushed the bounds of skiing like few others in the sport’s history. Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Tiburon, Moseley stood out from an early age on the famed slopes of Squaw Valley,...read more
Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds

Even before he came to the Giants, Barry Bonds had extensive ties to the Bay Area. He went to schools on the peninsula through high school, his father, Bobby Bonds, and godfather, Willie Mays, both played for the Giants. His cousin, Reggie Jackson, played for the A’s....read more
Dusty Baker

Dusty Baker

There have been great players in baseball, and superior managers, but few excelled at both like Dusty Baker. He broke into the big leagues as a disciple of Hank Aaron in Atlanta, hitting .321 in his first full season in 1972. Three years later he was traded to Los...read more
Franklin Mieuli

Franklin Mieuli

Renowned for his deerstalker cap and robust beard, Franklin Mieuli owned the Warriors for more than two decades and in 1975 delivered an NBA Championship to the Bay Area. The colorful Mieuli was already established in the Bay Area sports scene with ownership stakes in...read more
Roger Maltbie

Roger Maltbie

Roger Maltbie had two excellent careers in golf, the first as a player who won five PGA tour tournaments including in 1976 the Initial Memorial, the other as one of prime announcers for the NBC network. Born in Modesto, Maltbie grew up in San Jose and competed as an...read more