Today we celebrate the 236 year old birthday of our great United States of America. As our Country grows older, let's celebrate the oldest professional jocks of All-Time. Whether it's a hockey player in his 50s, a boxer in his 60s, or a shot putter in his 100s (seriously!), there are only a few distinct jocks who competed professionally well past the average athlete's prime. Let's examine.
The value of an average U.S. home today is a little more than $147,000. The average value of a U.S. athlete's home is a tad bit higher. While it's difficult for elite athletes to sell off their luxurious real estate, they experience plenty of enjoyment living in it. Let's take a look at the coolest athlete homes in America.
In a game on Tuesday night, Rockies’ pitcher Jamie Moyer, 49, became the oldest major league pitcher to earn a win. ”It’s a great night for the Rockies, as far as winning a baseball game. But it’s an historic night for one tremendous human being,” Rockies manager Jim Tracy said after the game.
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