Born on 20 April 1961, Don Mattingly is a professional baseball first baseman, current manager and coach of the Miami Marlins from the United States. He is nicknamed as “Donnie Baseball” and “The Hit Man.” He has played with New York Yankees for 14 years (almost his entire career) and later became the manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers for five years.
Inducted into the American League (AL) All-Star Teamsix times
Earned nine Rawlings Gold Glove Awards in the years 1986-1989 and 1991-1994, three Silver Slugger Awards in the years 1985-1987 and the 1984 “AL Batting” title
Bagged the Major League Baseball “Most Valuable Player Award” in 1985
Herbert Nitsch, born on April 20, 1970, is a freediver from Austria. He is the current world record champion in freediving and considered as “the deepest man on earth”. He has made world records in all the eight disciplines of freediving which are recognized by AIDA International.
A glimpse of some of his career Achievements:-
He has set a world record of reaching the depth of 253.2 meters (831 feet) in the “No Limits” discipline
He has a total of 69 official world records and also one world record in the “Skandalopetra” which is a traditional Greek discipline of diving
Viacheslav Fetisov, born on April 20, 1958, is a retired professional ice hockey player from Russia. He played as a defenseman usually. Before joining NHL, he played for HC CSKA Moscow for 13 seasons after which he played with the New Jersey Devils. After his retirement from the playing career, he became the assistant coach for the New Jersey Devils.
His career Achievements:-
He served as the captain of the Soviet Union national team for a long-time and earned two gold medals in 1984 and 1988 and a silver medal in 1980 at the Winter Olympics
Inducted into one of the six players in the International Ice Hockey Federation’s Centennial All-Star Team, for being one of thebest defensemen of all time
Bagged seven gold medals in the years 1978, 1981-1983, 1986, 1989 and 1990, a silver medal in 1987 and three bronze medals in 1977, 1985 and 1991 at the World Championships