Norm Cash of Justiceburg, Texas played football and baseball at Sul Ross University where he set the school rushing record in football with 1,255 yards in 1954. "Stormin' Norman" spent most of his 17-year career with the Detroit Tigers (1960-74). The left handed first baseman blasted 377 career home runs including four over the roof of Tiger Stadium. A lifetime .271 hitter, Cash led the AL in average (.361) and hits (193) in 1961. He played in two World Series. In the 1968 Series Cash hit .385 as the Tigers beat the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games. Cash was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2001.