The former six-time MLB All-Star has announced that he will run for Mayor of the Venezuelan oil town Puerto La Cruz. Ordóñez will run on the socialist line in the footsteps of the late President Hugo Chavez, who died of cancer in March 2013. Ordóñez retired in 2012 with a career batting average of .309, 294 home runs and 1,236 RBI in 15 seasons. He was the runner-up for the AL MVP in 2007, the same season he won the AL batting title. Maggs is not the first athlete to become a politician. Here's a look at athletes who found a second career in politics.