Wayne Franklin

Pitcher, York Revolution, formerly of the Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves

Height:  6-2
Weight:  195
Bats:  Left
Throws:  Left
Born:  3/9/74 in Wilmington, Delaware
Resides:  Rising Sun, Maryland
College:  University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Major League Debut:  July 24, 2000 for the Houston Astros against the Cincinnati Reds, at Cinergy Field in Cincinnati.

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John Kuhn

Current member of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers.  In his 3rd NFL season and his second with the Packers.
A four-sport athlete at Dover H.S., John was a member of the football, basketball, baseball and track teams.

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 Gaylord Perry


San Francisco Giants
Cleveland Indians (1972-1975)
Texas Rangers (1975-1977, 1980)
San Diego Padres (1978-1979)
New York Yankees (1980)
Atlanta Braves (1981)
Seattle Mariners (1982-1983)|
Kansas City Royals (1983)

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Corey Thurman

Pitcher, York Revolution, formerly of the Toronto Blue Jays

Height:  6-1
Weight:  215
Bats:  Right
Throws:  Right
Born:  11/5/78 in Augusta, Georgia
Resides:  York, Pennsylvania

Major League Debut:  April 5, 2002 for the Toronto Blue Jays, against the Minnesota Twins, at the SkyDome in Toronto.

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Willie Fordham

Fordham grew up in Middletown, Pennsylvania, part of one of the town’s two black families.  He went to Carlisle High School, where he pitched a no-hitter game before graduating in 1945, and started his professional career with the Negro League’s Philadelphia Meteors in 1947.  After college, he went to Canada to play with the Oshawa Merchants and Belleville Redmen.  While there, he also coached the Schwab Peewees team.  These twelve- to thirteen-year-old boys accepted Fordham without restraint, and “they didn’t lose a ball game under my tutelage,” he boasts.

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Diann C. Roffe

1994 Olympic Gold Medalist
Lillihammer, Norway, Super-G

1992 Olympic Silver Medalist
Albertville, France, Giant Slalom

1988 Olympic Team member
Calgary, Canada

1985 World Championship Gold Medalist
Bormio, Italy, Giant Slalom

1991 Pan American Gold Medalist

1984 World Junior Championship Silver Medalist
Giant Slalom

Seven- time National Champion

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Raymond Berry



Member:  Pro Football Hall of Fame

Attended:  Southern Methodist

Coached:  New England Patriots

Johnny Unitas would not bave been "Johnny U" without the great hands of Raymond Berry.  In 13 seasons with the Baltimore Colts, mostly with Unitas at quarterback, Berry was the permier wide receiver in the NFL.

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Cody Darrah


At only 18-years-old for most of the 2008 racing season, Cody Darrah established himself among the top 410 series sprint car drivers in Central Pennsylvania - an area considered a hot bed of dirt track racing.

The year started great for the young man that graduated from Red Lion High School. In fact, before he received his diploma he finished third at Williams Grove in a race that included the World of Outlaws and NASCAR star Kasey Kahne.

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Adam Jones

Adam Jones (born August 1, 1985 in San Diego, California) is an outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles. He was originally drafted by the Seattle Mariners with the 37th pick of the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft as a shortstop/right handed pitcher. Most experts believed that Seattle wanted to use him as a pitcher, but Jones said he'd prefer to play everyday and was made the shortstop of the Mariners' rookie league affiliate. A few years later when the Mariners acquired Yuniesky Betancourt, they asked Adam if he would move to the outfield. Jones agreed to give it a try and has continued to improve ever since.

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