Ozzie SmithHall of Fame shortstop
Ernie BanksHall of Fame shortstop, Cubs
Dave WinfieldHall of Fame outfielder
Gary CarterHall of Fame catcher (2003 inductee)
Rollie FingersHall of Fame pitcher
Ryne SandbergFormer All-Star second baseman, Cubs
Goose GossageFormer All-Star pitcher, Yankees/White Sox
Wade BoggsFormer All-Star third baseman and batting champion
Jack McDowellFormer All-Star pitcher, White Sox
Bo JacksonFormer All-Star outfielder, Royals/White Sox
Fred LynnFormer All-Star outfielder
Harold ReynoldsFormer All-Star second baseman
Harold BainesFormer All-Star, White Sox

Jimmy KimmelThe Jimmy Kimmel Show
Jimmy Kimmel has been on "Comedy Central" for several years, as a co-host on Win Ben Stein's Money and as a co-host with Adam Carolla on The Man Show. He has also served as on on-air prognosticator on "Fox NFL Sunday", and now stars in his own late-night television show "The Jimmy Kimmel Show".
Ice CubeFriday, Barber Shop & Barber Shop 2
One of the most powerful and uncompromising artists in rap music, Ice Cube has also established himself as an actor, writer, producer, and director. Movie titles include Boyz N The Hood, Higher Learning, Friday, The Players Club, Next Friday, All About the Benjamins, Three Kings, Ghosts of Mars, and Barbershop.
Sarah SilvermanComedian, SNL Alumni, Seinfeld, Something about Mary
Former Saturday Night Live cast member Sarah Silverman, who also guest starred on Seinfeld as Kramer's girlfriend, made her film debut in the 1997 film Who's the Caboose. She appeared in There's Something About Mary and The Bachelor. Silverman has since secured a deal to create a vehicle for herself based on her one-woman show, Susan Plays Cheese.
Shannon ElizabethAmerican Pie, 13 Ghosts
After the success of the blockbuster teen comedy American Pie, Elizabeth was signed to a three-picture deal with Miramax. In 2000 she could be seen as the star of Keenen Ivory Wayans' Scary Movie, a teen thriller parody. The following year would find Elizabeth in no less than three films, Tomcats, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and 13 Ghosts.
Jim McMahonFormer Chicago Bears quarterback
Former quarterback, Jim McMahon played college football at BYU before entering the NFL. He won two Super Bowls, one with the Chicago Bears and one as a backup with Green Bay. He had notable stints with Minnesota and Philadelphia, but is best known as a Bear.
Adam CorollaThe Man Show
Corolla is co-host of Comedy Central's The Man Show with Jimmy Kimmel and is also known for co-hosting on the radio and television show Loveline. He appeared as himself in the film Down to You and can be seen in Frank McClusky, C.I. He is the executive producer and co-creator of a new Comedy Central show, Crank Yankers, and recently guest starred as himself on Dawson's Creek.
Big BoiOutKast
Big Boi (Antwan Patton), along with Andre Benjamin (Dre), is part of the rap duo known as OutKast. They are origianlly from Atlanta, and the group's most popular singles include "Rosa Parks", "B.O.B.", and "Ms. Jackson".
Dean CainRipley's Believe it or Not
Television and film actor Dean Cain is most famous for his role as Superman on Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. He is now the host of TBS Superstation's original series Ripley's Believe It or Not, and most recently starred in The Broken Hearts Club.
Ian ZieringBeverly Hills, 90210
Best known for his role as Steve Sanders on the hit TV show Beverly Hills 90210. In 2002, Ziering voiced the character Harry Osborn for the MTV new animated Spiderman series.
Howie LongNFL Hall of Famer
2000 inductee of the NFL Hall of Fame. Played 13 years in the NFL. Selected to eight Pro Bowls. A first- or second-team All-Pro choice in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, and 1989, he was also named All-AFC four times.
Ms. JadeHip Hop Musician
22 year old R&B artist. Born in Philadelphia. Debut album, Girl Interrupted.
Kenny MayneESPN Talent
Host of ESPN's Two Minute Drill. Joined ESPN in 1994 as a SportSmash anchor.