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Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders, and Brian Jordan are well-known not only for their accomplishments in baseball but also football. They are the most recent two-sport stars. Little known to many in the sports world, Scott Radinsky, former Chicago White Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers reliever from 1990  until 2001 was also a two-sport athlete, sort of. Originally drafted in the third round of the 1986 draft by the Chicago White Sox, after putting up Stephen Strasburg type numbers following his senior season in high school; 14-1, 0.72 ERA, 180 strikeouts in 100⅓ innings, Radinsky, played four years in the minors until making his debut for the Sox in 1990. At 6’3 and just under 200 lbs., Radinsky’s time in the minors definitely deserved some notice, 187 innings, 64 ea ...

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