Deion Sanders NFL and MLA Player

Deion Sanders is the only person to do this in two sports

Deion Sanders is an athlete who played professional football and baseball and is the only person to play in both a Super Bowl and the World Series.

Deion Sanders signed on to play with the New York Yankees, taking the outfield for the summer of 1989 for the franchise’s Triple-A club in Columbus, Ohio. When he was called up to the parent club, he hit his first home run against Seattle on September 5. That same week, after a protracted contract negotiation period, Sanders and the Falcons agreed on a four-year $4.4 million deal. Three days after inking the deal, he justified the big money by running back his first punt for a score, making him the only athlete ever to hit a home run and get a touchdown in the same seven-day period.

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