Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Event Proposal


There are approximately 7,000 living former Major Leaguers and Executive Global Travel can assist you in bringing a variety of personalities to your event. Whether you are seeking a hometown hero, All-Star game participant, member of the Hall of Fame or Golden Gloves winner, EGT can work with all types of budgets and locations. The following are just a few of the many players EGT can bring to your event: As one of the owner Darrell Evans played in Major Leagues 22 seasons see below and Carl Banks won two Super Bowls with the NY Giants.

The Celebrities range in price from $500 to 10 Thousand . Please let us know who you would want for your event, golf, or fishing tour.

Darrell Wayne Evans (born May 1947 in Pasadena, California) is the manager and director of player personnel for the Victoria Seals of the Golden Baseball League. He is a former third baseman and first baseman in Major League Baseball who played from 1969 to 1989 with the Atlanta Braves (1969–76, 1989), San Francisco Giants (1976–83) and Detroit Tigers (1984–88). Overshadowed in his prime by fellow National League third baseman Mike Schmidt, he has been described by author Bill James as the most underrated player in baseball history, primarily because his defensive skill, home run power, and ability to draw walks in a long career were offset by a low career batting average of .248. He remains one of the few players to have hit over four hundred home runs without being considered for induction into the Baseball Hall Of Fame.

Evans became the first player to hit 40 home runs in both leagues, and at 38 became the oldest player ever to lead the league in home runs. Evans hit over 20 home runs in 10 different seasons and drew over 100 walks 5 times, with a career high 126 in 1974. In 1988, he hit his 400th home run, becoming the 22nd player to reach that milestone.

Evans retired after having joined Reggie Jackson in becoming only the second player to hit 100 home runs with three different teams, and ranking in 11th place among all-time walks leaders. Evans hit 60 home runs in his 40s, a major league record. He later served as a coach with the New York Yankees in 1990.

A two-time All-Star (1973 and 1983), Evans was selected as the third baseman on the 1973 Sporting News National League All-Star team. He won the 1983 Willie Mac Award for his spirit and leadership.

On November 2008, Evans became the first manager and director of player personnel for the expansion Victoria Seals of the Golden Baseball League. The team began play in April 2009.[1]

Carl E. Banks (born August 1962 in Flint, Michigan) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League from 1984 to 1995 for the New York Giants, the Washington Redskins and the Cleveland Browns. He made the Pro Bowl in 1987, had 39.5 career quarterback sacks, and was a member of the NFL's 1980's All-Decade Team. He played college football at Michigan State University and was the third overall pick in the 1984 NFL Draft. He was a member of the Giants teams that won Super Bowls XXI and XXV. Banks was a standout in their Super Bowl XXI victory in which he recorded 14 total tackles, including ten solo tackles.

After retiring from the NFL, Banks was a part-owner of the Arena Football League's New Jersey Red Dogs, along with ex-Giants Joe Morris and Harry Carson. Currently, Banks can be heard as one of the voices of Sirius NFL Radio and WFAN. In 2007, he became an analyst for the New York Giants radio broadcast.

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