13-time MLB All-Star and 1997 AL MVP who retired with 630 career home runs and is considered to be one of the best center fielders to ever play the game. He spent the first 11 years of his career with the Seattle Mariners, then his next nine injury-plagued years with the Cincinnati Reds.
He was a highly sought-after baseball recruit coming out of Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He won 4 American League home run titles, 10 gold gloves, and 7 silver slugger awards.
He has two sons, Trey Kenneth and Tevin Kendall, and a daughter, Taryn Kennedy, with his wife Melissa. Trey signed with the Colts in 2017.
He played alongside star shortstop Alex Rodriguez on the Seattle Mariners.