Gene Conley wore 17 as a Boston Celtic, 22 as a Milwaukee Braves pitcher.
Danny Ainge wore 2 as a Toronto infielder, now wears 44 as a Celtic.
Dick Groat wore 10 as a basketball All-America at Duke, 24 as a Pirate shortstop.
Jack Nicklaus wore 11 as a basketball player at Upper Arlington High School, liked to use No. 5 Titleists as a junior golfer.
ANSWERS TO TRIVIA QUIZ
1. Wildcat co-captains Frank Ramsey (30) and Cliff Hagan (6) wore 23 for the Celtics and 16 for the Hawks.
2. The Green Bay Packer line that blocked for the backfield that included Paul Hornung (5), Jim Taylor (31) and Bart Starr (15) consisted of Jerry Kramer (64), Fuzzy Thurston (63), Jim Ringo (51), Forrest Gregg (75), Bob Skoronski (76) and Ron Kramer (88).
3. The Giants' Atlee Hammaker (7) is the lone single-digit pitcher. Last season he surrendered his No. 14 to Vida Blue.
4. Graham had worn 60 in the old All America Football Conference, then switched to 14.
5. Freud's friend Fliess was obsessed with the number 23, which is Michael Jordan's number.