Linebacker Lee Roy Jordan, a member of the Dallas Cowboys' Ring of Honor, wore No. 55 from 1963 to 1976. Another linebacker, Bruce Huther, had the number for the rest of the decade of the 1970s.
The only Eugene shown on Cowboys rosters is Eugene Lockhart who played linebacker for the Cowboys from 1984-1990. He wore #56.
After Don Meredith's retirement in the late 1960s, the No. 17 was worn by placekicker Mike Clark in 1970, 1971 and 1973.
The Dallas Cowboys' most successful quarterback during the 1970s was Roger Staubach, who started four Super Bowls and won two of them.
Danny Ozark wore #3 when he managed the Phillies in the '70s.
Rollie Fingers wore #34 for the A's from 1969-1976 and Bob Lacey wore #34 from 1977-1979.
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It changes from year to year. in the 70s it was it was a charlie pride song called cowboy pride right now its a cowboy troy song called cowboy stomp.
In the 60s, Clete Boyer wore it. Roy White wore it in the 70s. The most recent wearer was former manager Joe Torre. Her wore it for the 11 years he was the manager. No one is wearing now.
1970-1975: DE Tony Cline 1978-1983: TE Derrick Ramsey
Wilf Paiement wore #99 in the late 70s, early 80s, long before Gretzky made it famous
Dave Concepcion, for the Reds, is in the hall and wore 13. Doyle Alexander, who pitched for several teams in the 70s and 80s, wore #13. Currently, Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees wears #13. Currently, Robert Fick of the Washington Nationals wears #13.