49ers Dwight Clark, whose jersey number 87 was retired by the San Francisco 49ers, made one of the most memorable catches in NFL history in the 1982 NFC Championship.
Mickey Mantle had his #7 retired by the Yankees in 1969.
The number is retired in the name of cornerback Mike Haynes.
Yogi Berra and Bill Dickey both had their number 8 jerseys retired by the Yankees.
Former manager Tommy Lasorda.
#70 was retired by the Redskins in honor of linebacker Sam Huff.
Nobody, it was Jackie Robinson, whose number was retired throughout baseball in 1997. The only player who still wears #42 is Mariano Rivera, The New York Yankees closer, who had the number before it was retired.
That was the number of Mitch Richmond, the only number retired by the franchise of a player who played entirely on the Sacramento Kings.
Ace Bailey of the Toronto Maple Leafs. February 14, 1934.
Isaiah Thomas, Joe Dumars