Gene Conley (b. 1930) pitched in the majors from 1952, 1954-1963 for the Braves, Phillies and Red Sox. He had a career record of 91-96, 888 strikeouts and an ERA of 3.82. He won the World Series with the Braves in 1957. He is also the only person to win a championship in 2 of the 4 major sports (he won NBA titles in 1959, 60 and 61). He played in the NBA for 6 seasons, 4 with the Celtics and 2 with the Knicks.