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Gary Bell

Gary Bell pitched for three Major League All-Star teams, 1960, 1966, 1968, and led the American League in 1962 with nine relief victories. He was a member of the Boston Red Sox in the 1967 World Series. Using a blazing fastball, Bell won 28 games in his first two Major League seasons and in his 11-year Major League career, he had a career earned-run average of 3.68.

Betty Dodd

Betty Dodd was the first San Antonian to join the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour. While on the LPGA tour, she won the Lawton Open in Lawton, Oklahoma in 1956 and the Colonial Open in Jackson, Mississippi in 1957. Soon after turning professional, Dodd became the first professional woman golfer to earn an endorsement contract with Hellerich and Bradsby Co. Dodd later taught for many years in the San Antonio area and, in 1980, was elected national LPGA "Teacher of the Year".

Joel Horlen

Joel Horlen is the only baseball player to have won a Pony League World Series (1952), a College World Series (Oklahoma State-1959), and a Major-League World Series (Oakland-1972). He was an All-Star in 1967 with the White Sox when he finished as the American League leader in winning percentage, shutouts, and earned-run average. Horlen is the only San Antonian to ever pitch a no-hitter in the Major Leagues.

David Robinson

David Robinson is the only male basketball player in U.S. history to appear in three different Olympic Games: (Atlanta, 1996; Barcelona, 1992; Seoul, 1988). He won two gold medals. He is the United States' all-time leader in Olympic history in career points (270), rebounds (124), and blocked shots (34). Robinson and Michael Jordan are the only players in NBA history who have earned a team championship, individual scoring crown, Defensive Player of the Year, MVP, Rookie of the Year, and an Olympic gold medal.

Robert Zamora

A 1961 graduate of South San High School, Robert Zamora played on sports teams that won three state baseball titles and one state basketball crown. In 1961, South San achieved a rare feat, winning the Class 3A State Basketball and Baseball titles. Zamora led all scorers with 32 points in the Bobcats' 67-54 win in the State Basketball Championship game. Later, during his tenure as the head baseball coach at South San High School, his team won eight straight district titles, four city championships, and had two state-tournament appearances ('75 and '76).

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