Hit .277 with 192 home runs during his 14-year career, mostly as a lead-off hitter.
He starred in both football and baseball in high school, turning down a football scholarship after being drafted by the Chicago White Sox.
He was a gifted lead-off hitter because of his speed and his high on-base percentage.
He had four children with his wife Regina.
He played six seasons with the San Francisco Giants alongside Barry Bonds.