|Before he was a Korean War veteran, American League President or World Series winner for the 1950s Yankees, Bobby Brown was the “Golden Boy” as a Stanford third baseman. While on campus, he and another student helped in the rescue of a Coast Guard flyer, which crashed into the Pacific Ocean. His heroics earned him a Silver Lifesaving Medal. As American League President, he presented the World Series trophy in 1992 and 1993 to another Stanford alum, Ed Sprague. He played in 548 regular season games for the Yankees, rooming with Yogi Berra. In one memorable folklore, Berra was reading a comic book and Brown, Grey's Anatomy. When Yogi was done, he turned to Bobby and asked “How'd yours turn out.” World Championships in 1947, 1949, 1950 and 1951, a decade as the AL President and a career as a cardiologist. We think pretty well.