She won two World Cup championships as a member of the U. women's national team, and twice won FIFA World Player of the Year honors.
Nomar Garciaparra began playing baseball at a young age and quickly became a star.
While with Chicago, Garciapparra missed more than 100 games due to injuries and many thought his career as an All-Star shortstop was over.
But in 2006, Garciaparra began playing first base and signed with the LA Dodgers, where he found his sweet swing again and became an All-Star for the first time since 2003.
After spending two seasons in the minors, Nomar was called up to play with the Red Sox and he smoked a homerun during his first time at bat. In 1997, Nomar Garciaparra became the starting shortstop on the Red Sox and was unanimously named the American League Rookie of the Year.
Garciaparra won two American League Batting Titles and played in five All-Star Games before the Red Sox traded him to the Chicago Cubs.
Retired Major League Baseball star Nomar Garciaparra and his wife, Olympic gold-medalist soccer player Mia Hamm, have bought another home in Manhattan Beach, for .2 million.