9 LOU BOUDREAU
LOU BOUDREAU is the first and likely the last person to be named league MVP while also managing his team to a World Series (the Indians, in 1948, who beat the Boston Braves in six games). Boudreau, who became manager in '42, won the AL batting title in '44 with a .327 average. He also led shortstops in fielding eight times.
10 LEROY KELLY
OVER HIS 10-YEAR career with the Browns, Leroy Kelly established himself as one of the greatest running backs in NFL history, totaling 12,330 yards as a runner, receiver and return specialist. When mentor Jim Brown retired after the '65 season, Kelly, who played behind the fullback his first two years, replaced Brown as the NFL's top rusher in '67 and '68.