MLB player who claimed that Fruit Loops cereal gave him the power he needed to hit home runs.
He was given the name Mickey in honor of fellow Oklahoma native and Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle.
He was the first player to hit a ball onto the street behind right field at Camden Yards in Baltimore.
His son Tyler starred as the quarterback for Ohio University.
He became a versatile fielder when his manager Sparky Anderson moved him around the field to position him in the batting lineup.