Ricky Rudd is the Iron Man of NASCAR, starting the most consecutive races in history with 788. Overall, Rudd made an incredible 906 starts winning 23 races over a 32 year career. He may have only finished in the top three in points once, a second place finish in 1991, but was the 1977 Winston Cup Rookie of the year, the 1992 IROC Champion, and was named as one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers.
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57. Keith Hernandez
Just what would Keith Hernandez be most famous for? Could it be for his eleven consecutive Gold Gloves? How about his 1979 MVP? The two World Series rings perhaps? Maybe his tenacious play as a Met? It could also be for his association with cocaine. Likely, there are many who think of Keith Hernandez and remember that episode of…Comments (2)