The Champs of '75 It was a year of memorable, even lovable, title teams. Twenty-five years later we wondered what they were all up to. Here's what:

July 31, 2000
July 31, 2000

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July 31, 2000

Where Are They Now?

The Champs of '75 It was a year of memorable, even lovable, title teams. Twenty-five years later we wondered what they were all up to. Here's what:

Cincinnati Reds
As much fun as they had ruling the game, it's no surprise that
the best place to find members of the eminent Big Red Machine is
still the ballpark

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Pete Rose, 3B, Boca Raton, Fla., National spokesman, MAACO

Paul Campbell, traveling secretary, Fairfield Glade, Tenn.,

Joe Morgan, 2B, Alamo, Calif., Baseball TV analyst

Ted Kluszewski, hitting coach, Died in 1988 of heart attack

Clay Kirby, P, Died in 1991 of heart attack

Alex Grammas, third base coach, Birmingham, Retired

Sparky Anderson, manager, Thousand Oaks, Calif., Retired

Tim McGinn, batboy, Deceased

Jack Billingham, P, Orlando, Pitching coach, Class A Kissimmee

George Scherger, first base coach, Charlotte, Retired

Tom Carroll, P, Whereabouts unknown

Larry Shephard, pitching coach, Lincoln, Neb., Retired

Pat Darcy, P, Tucson, Commercial real estate broker

Fred Norman, P, El Segundo, Calif., Consultant, waste management

Rawly Eastwick, P, Boston, Commercial real estate leasing and

Tony Perez, 1B, Santurce, Puerto Rico, Special assistant to
Florida Marlins' G.M. Dave Dombrowski

Doug Flynn, IF, Lexington, Ky., Banker and motivational speaker

Merv Rettenmund, OF, Atlanta, Hitting coach, Atlanta Braves

Pedro Borbon, P, Edinburg, Texas, Occupation unknown

Bernie Stowe, equipment manager, Cincinnati, Senior clubhouse
manager, Reds

Dan Driessen, 3B, Hilton Head Island, S.C., High school baseball

Darrel Chaney, SS, Atlanta, Executive, management consulting firm

Johnny Bench, C, Cincinnati, Special assistant to Reds' G.M. Jim

Bill Plummer, C, Yuma, Ariz., Manager, Yuma Bullfrogs of
independent Western League

Ken Griffey, OF, Orlando, Bench coach, Reds

Gary Nolan, P, Las Vegas, Casino marketing executive

George Foster, OF, Vero Beach, Fla., Runs eponymous baseball

Dave Concepcion, SS, Maracay, Venezuela, Farmer and owner of
cement-hauling company

Ed Armbrister, OF, Nassau, Bahamas, Occupation unknown

Clay Carroll, P, Chattanooga, Retired construction worker

Will McEnaney, P, West Palm Beach, Fla., Manager, refinishing

Terry Crowley, IF, Hunt Valley, Md., Hitting coach, Baltimore

Cesar Geronimo, OF, San Pedro, D R, G.M., Hiroshima Toyo Carp of
Japan Pro Baseball League

Don Gullett, P, South Shore, Ky., Pitching coach, Reds

Larry Starr, trainer, Coral Springs, Fla., Head athletic
trainer, Marlins

Golden State Warriors
They were the most unlikely of champions, but they understood
their game, as coaching would prove a popular calling. At least
one, though, flowered in a less conventional field.

Charles Johnson, G, Redwood City, Calif., Retired

Jeff Mullins, G, Charlotte, Real estate investor and developer

Joe Roberts, assistant coach, Oakland, Middle school teacher and
real estate broker

Al Attles, coach, Oakland, Vice president, Warriors

Franklin Mieuli, president, Berkeley, Calif., Owner, engineering

Rick Barry, F, Fort Myers, Fla., Coach, Florida Sea Dragons of
United States Basketball League

Butch Beard, G, Washington, D.C., Retired NBA and college coach

Phil Smith, G, San Diego, Retired financial consultant

Dick O'liva, trainer, Los Gatos, Calif., Owner, flower shop

Hal Childs, assistant G.M., Danville, Calif., Retired

Charles Dudley, G, Seattle, Executive, international wholesale
membership club

Bill Bridges, F, Los Angeles, Human resources administrator

Clifford Ray, C, Oakland, Assistant coach, Warriors

George Johnson, C, Atlanta, Administrator, NBA Players'

Derrek Dickey, F, Sacramento, Retired radio/TV analyst,
Sacramento Kings

Jamaal Wilkes, F, Los Angeles, Owner, import/export company

Steve Bracey, G, New York City, Transportation company worker

Bob Feerick, director of player personnel, Died in 1976 of heart

Richard Vertlieb, G.M., Las Vegas, Retired

Philadelphia Flyers
The Broad Street Bullies, the last Flyers squad to win a Stanley
Cup, have not strayed far from the ice--or from the city of
Brotherly Love.

Bernie Parent, G, Cherry Hill, N.J., Promotional work for
charities and corporations

Rick MacLeish, C, Maple Shade, N.J., Insurance executive

Keith Allen, G.M., Philadelphia, Executive vice president, Flyers

Joe Watson, D, Philadelphia, Senior account executive, Flyers

Ed Snider, owner, Philadelphia, Owner

Ed Van Impe, D, Philadelphia, Insurance executive

Bob Clarke, C, Philadelphia, President and G.M., Flyers

Gary Dornhoefer, RW, Philadelphia, TV analyst, Flyers

Fred Shero, coach, Died in 1990 of cancer

F. Eugene Dixon Jr., vice chairman Lafayette Hill, Pa., Retired
chairman, Board of Governors, Pennsylvania System of Higher

Ross Lonsberry, LW, Saugus, Calif., Insurance account executive

Bill Barber, LW, Philadelphia, Assistant coach, Flyers

Joe Scott, president, Rydall, Pa., Chairman of the board, emeritus

Bobby Taylor, G, Tampa, TV color commentator, Tampa Bay Lightning

Wayne Stephenson, G, Milwaukee, Banker

Mike Nykoluk, assistant coach, Whereabouts unknown

Barry Ashbee, assistant coach, Died in 1977 of leukemia

Terry Crisp, C, Nashville, TV analyst, Nashville Predators

Frank Lewis, trainer, Upper Darby, Pa., Retired

John Brogan, director of public relations, Blue Bell, Pa.,
Restaurant owner

Orest Kindrachuk, C, Philadelphia, TV analyst, Philadelphia
Phantoms of American Hockey League

Tom Bladon, D, Victoria, B.C., Owner, trophy company

Jimmy Watson, D, Aston, Pa., Home builder and hockey rink owner

Marcel Pelletier, director of player personnel, Cherry Hill,
N.J., Retired

Bob Kelly, LW, Newark, Del., Roller rink owner

Don Saleski, RW, Philadelphia, Sports arena and stadium developer

Dave Schultz, LW, Allentown, Pa., G.M. and coach, Lehigh Valley
Xtreme of United Hockey League

Lou Scheinfeld, vice president, Villanova, Pa., Owner, sports
and entertainment strategies company

Reggie Leach, RW, Sewell, N.J., Owner, landscaping company

Larry Goodenough, D, Trevose, Pa., Private investor

Andre Dupont, D, Cap-De-La-Madeleine, Quebec, NHL player

Joe Kadlec, director of press relations, Philadelphia, Director
of fan services, Flyers

Jim McKenzie, assistant trainer, Cherry Hill, N.J., Hockey
equipment sales representative

Pittsburgh Steelers
Even after the curtain fell on the Steel Curtain dynasty in the
late '70s, new prosperity awaited this fabled team, which
spawned numerous successful financiers and entrepreneurs.

Jack Hart, field manager, Died in 1980

Terry Hanratty, QB, New York City, Stockbroker

Franco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh, Sales and public relations
representative, Super Donut

Roy Gerela, PK, Anthony, N.Mex., High school teacher and
football coach

John Fuqua, RB, Rosedale Park, Mich., Manager, newspaper
distribution center

Mel Blount, CB, Claysville, Pa., Founder, Mel Blount Youth Homes

Andy Russell, LB, Pittsburgh, Managing director, bank

Terry Bradshaw, QB, Westlake, Texas, Studio analyst, Fox NFL

Joe Gilliam, QB, Nashville, Runs eponymous football camp

Dave Brown, DB, Woodinville, Wash., Salesman, health-care products

Mike Webster, C/OG, McKees Rock, Pa., Retired

Ed Bradley, LB, Lewisville, N.C., Executive, metals company

Rocky Bleier, RB, Pittsburgh, Motivational speaker

Marv Kellum, LB, Pittsburgh, Carpenter

Bobby Walden, P, Bainbridge, Ga., Salesman, oil company

Mike Wagner, S, Pittsburgh, Health benefits consultant

Jon Kolb, OT, Sharon, Pa., Exercise physiologist

Frank Lewis, WR, Houma, La., Director, federal job-training

J.T. Thomas, CB, Pittsburgh, Restaurant owner and real estate

Ray Mansfield, C Died of heart attack in 1996

Mike Collier, RB, Hagerstown, Md., Supermarket supervisor

Glen Edwards, S, Seminole, Fla., Construction foreman

Sam Davis, OG, Pittsburgh, Retired businessman

Jim Allen, CB, Los Angeles, Lifeguard

Donnie Shell, S, Charlotte, Director of player development,
Carolina Panthers

Tony Parisi, equipment manager, Pittsburgh, Co-owner, sporting
goods store

Chuck Noll, coach, Pittsburgh, Retired

Dick Hoak, offensive backfield coach, Pittsburgh, Running backs
coach, Steelers

Dan Radakovich, offensive line coach, Pittsburgh, Defensive
coordinator, Robert Morris College

Robert Milie, assistant trainer, Pittsburgh, Technician,
pharmaceutical company

Reggie Harrison, RB, Woodbridge, Va., Minister

Ralph Berlin, trainer, Pittsburgh, Retired

Jack Lambert, LB, Worthington, Pa., Game warden

Jack Ham, LB, Pittsburgh, President, drug-testing services company

Joe Greene, DT, Phoenix, Defensive line coach, Arizona Cardinals

Jim Clack, OG, Greensboro, N.C., Executive, management
consulting firm

Ernie Holmes, DT, Newton, Texas, Rancher and minority owner of

John Banaszak, LB, McMurray, Pa., Coach, Washington and
Jefferson College

Loren Toews, LB, San Jose, Real estate investor

Dwight White, DE, Pittsburgh, Managing director, investment bank

Steve Furness, DT, Died in February of heart attack

John Stallworth, WR, Huntsville, Ala., CEO, engineering company

L.C. Greenwood, DE, Pittsburgh, President, electrical and
plumbing supplies company

Randy Grossman, TE, Pittsburgh, Financial consultant

Gordon Gravelle, OT, Antioch, Calif., President, home-building

Reggie Garrett, WR, Somerset, N.J., Human resources generalist

Gerry Mullins, OG/OT, Pittsburgh, Owner, metals and minerals

Larry Brown, TE, Pittsburgh, Restaurant owner and real estate

Dave Reavis, OT, Greenwood Village, Colo., Commodities trader

Lynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh, College football TV analyst

Woody Widenhofer, LB coach, Nashville, Coach, Vanderbilt

Lionel Taylor, WR coach, Cochiti Lake, N.Mex., Retired

Paul Uram, conditioning coach, Butler, Pa., Retired

George Perles, defensive line coach, East Lansing, Mich., CEO,
Motor City Bowl

Bud Carson, defensive coordinator, Sarasota, Fla., Retired