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Showing Work from Sports Memorabilia gallery: Tom Brown in the Washington Senators - Autographed Print

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Tom Brown in the Washington Senators
Autographed Print Tom Brown in the Washington Senators THE PICTURE IS USED BY COURTESY OF TOPPS COMPANY, INC.


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Tom Brown batted only .147 as a first baseman and outfielder in 61 games with the Washington Senators in 1963.
Brown played defensive back with Green Bay in Super Bowl I and II. He finished his career in 1969 with the Redskins.


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Tom Brown (1958) Tom Brown Only four men have played in both Major League Baseball and the National Football League - Deion Sanders, Bo Jackson, Jim Thorpe (!) - and Blair's own Tom Brown. Tom grew up in the Montgomery Hills area, and was active in almost all of the youth programs sponsored by the county. While at Blair, Tom played football, basketball, and baseball for three years, and went on to win an athletic scholarship to the University of Maryland. At Maryland, he was an All American in both football and baseball, and started his professional career in the Washington Senators organization. He made it to the Major Leagues by 1963 and was the Opening Day starter for the Senators (note: later that year he faced his Blair teammate, Steve Barber, who was pitching for the Baltimore Orioles). Tom left baseball and immediately began his career in the National Football League with the Green Bay Packers. He was the starting free safety on the Packers teams that won the first two Super Bowls (note: while playing for the Packers one of Tom's assignments was to guard the San Francisco 49'ers tight end and fellow Blair grad Bob Windsor). Since retiring from professional sports Tom has established Tom Brown's All Stars, a groundbreaking youth program, on Maryland's Eastern Shore.


Tom Brown (1958)

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Tom Brown (1958) Tom Brown Only four men have played in both Major League Baseball and the National Football League - Deion Sanders, Bo Jackson, Jim Thorpe (!) - and Blair's own Tom Brown. Tom grew up in the Montgomery Hills area, and was active in almost all of the youth programs sponsored by the county. While at Blair, Tom played football, basketball, and baseball for three years, and went on to win an athletic scholarship to the University of Maryland. At Maryland, he was an All American in both football and baseball, and started his professional career in the Washington Senators organization. He made it to the Major Leagues by 1963 and was the Opening Day starter for the Senators (note: later that year he faced his Blair teammate, Steve Barber, who was pitching for the Baltimore Orioles). Tom left baseball and immediately began his career in the National Football League with the Green Bay Packers. He was the starting free safety on the Packers teams that won the first two Super Bowls (note: while playing for the Packers one of Tom's assignments was to guard the San Francisco 49'ers tight end and fellow Blair grad Bob Windsor). Since retiring from professional sports Tom has established Tom Brown's All Stars, a groundbreaking youth program, on Maryland's Eastern Shore.


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Tom Brown Tom Brown Brown is considered Blair's alltime best football player, but he also excelled in baseball and basketball. He is one of the very few athletes to play at the professional level in two sports. After an All American career at the University of Maryland, Brown played for the Washington Senators in the early 1960's. In 1963, Brown batted against his former Blair teammate, Steve Barber (see above) during an Oriole-Senators game. Brown then switched to football where he was the starting defense back for the Green Bay Packers when they won Super Bowls I and II.


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