Famous players wore the number 46 jersey because the number identified the player that was most liked. the 46 number was associated with players like Jackie Robinson.
There have only been 4 players in the NBA and ABA who have worn the number 46. It is not a very popular number. The last player to wear the number 46 was Bo Outlaw in 2005. The other players are Dennis Bell, Jay Murphy and Tod Murphy.
Kick returner and runningback for the Washington Redskins Ladell Betts.
One of the most famous sports persons to wear the number 46, is Valentino Rossi, World Moto GP Champion. (Motorbike Road Racing Sport)
One of the more memorable NFL players who wore number 46 was Tim McDonald. He was a defensive back who played for San Francisco and St. Louis.
Dont know if he would be considered a famous player or coach but Herm Edwards wore #46 while playing with the Eagles.
No Yankee Currently wears #46, for that was starting pitcher Andy Pettitte's number, and there have been no seasons since his retirement for anyone to wear it.
The first person to ever wear number 46 was Phillip Greene. The first Celtic ever to play only 6 minutes in one season.
#26 with the Raiders in 1980 and #46 with the Bills between 1976-1979.
The whole roster has about 46 players.
Number 46 is a wormadam. Number 46 is a wormadam.
Yes, there are 46 homosexual players in the MLB.
The number 46, as with any integer, is a rational number.
46 is an even number.
The only player I can think of is David Gibson while he played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers other than that I have no idea
No, 46 is not a prime number. It is a composite number. A prime number can only be divided by 1 and itself. 46 can also be divided by 2 and 23.
Jacoby Ellsbury wears 46 for the Red Sox now.
Number 46 is Paras.
The number directly between 46 and 144 is (46 + 144)/2 = 95
A number which has only two factors is called a prime number. Prime factorization of 46 is 2x23x1. Clearly from prime factorization of 46, we get to know that 46 is divisible by 1,2,23 and also by 46. There are four factors of 46, so it is not a prime number.
Since atomic number is the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom, an atom with an atomic number of 46 has 46 protons.
Don Mattingly wore uniform number 46 during the 1982, and 1983 seasons for the New York Yankees.