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Audie Murphy | RallyPoint

Audie Murphy | RallyPoint

Eddie Mathews (1931 - 2001) Hall of Fame baseball player, hit 512 home runs while playing mainly with the Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves

Eddie Mathews (1931 - 2001) Hall of Fame baseball player, hit 512 home runs while playing mainly with the Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves

Jim "Catfish" Hunter (1946 - 1999) Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. During his 15 year career Catfish Hunter won 224 games and lost 166 games. His career began in 1965, when he came up with the Kansas City (later Oakland) Athletics, and ended in 1979 with the New York Yankees.

Jim "Catfish" Hunter (1946 - 1999) Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. During his 15 year career Catfish Hunter won 224 games and lost 166 games. His career began in 1965, when he came up with the Kansas City (later Oakland) Athletics, and ended in 1979 with the New York Yankees.

Rogers Hornsby - Major League Baseball Player. One of the greatest hitters in the National League, and arguably the greatest hitter ever over a five-year period during the early 1920s.

Rogers Hornsby - Major League Baseball Player. One of the greatest hitters in the National League, and arguably the greatest hitter ever over a five-year period during the early 1920s.

Dwight Eisenhower Gravesite Location: Dwight Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum Address: 200 S.E. 4th Street, Abilene, Kansas

Dwight Eisenhower Gravesite Location: Dwight Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum Address: 200 S.E. 4th Street, Abilene, Kansas

Warren Edward Spahn (1921 - 2003) Baseball player, Hall of Fame pitcher for the Boston/Milwaukee Braves, he won more games than any other left-handed pitcher in Major League history

Warren Edward Spahn (1921 - 2003) Baseball player, Hall of Fame pitcher for the Boston/Milwaukee Braves, he won more games than any other left-handed pitcher in Major League history

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