SPORT (YEARS): Baseball (1989-2005)
REPPIN': Maple Ridge, British Columbia
COMPLEX SAYS: In the best season of his MLB career, Larry Walker became the first Canadian to win the MVP award in 1997 when he hit for a .366 batting average, blasted 49 homers, and had 130 RBIs. Those aren't bad stats when you consider that the strongest thing Walker's been accused of taking is a Granville Island Lager.