As the sixth overall pick in the 1970 major league draft by the Chicago White Sox, a Bucky Dent appearance featured dent playing shortstop for the ChiSox until he was traded to the New York Yankees seven years later. After that, Dent established himself as a brilliant short stop, becoming a three-time All-Star and helping the Yankees to impressive records for a number of years. In 1982 he was traded to the Texas Rangers, but returned to the Yankees two years later before ending his career that season with the Kansas Cirty Royals.
**Bucky Dent Speaker**
After retiring as a player, Dent spent a number of years managing teams and conducting baseball lessons. As a result, in addition to playing baseball, Bucky Dent speaker topics also include discussions of leadership, coaching, and teaching.
**Bucky Dent Appearance**
Off the field, a Bucky Dent appearance can be seen on a pin-up poster and a TV movie. There was also a Bucky Dent appearance in the September 1983 issue of Playgirl Magazine.
In 1979 Dent posed for a pin-up poster. That year he also appeared in the TV movie Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, portraying a Cowboys wide receiver who was the love interest of Jane Seymour’s character. He appeared, wearing a swimsuit, in the September 1983 issue of Playgirl magazine.
**Bucky Dent Endorsement**
Following his successful baseball career, numerous Bucky Dent endorsement deals emerged including one beer commercial with another former baseball player, Marv Throneberry. But when it comes to baseball itself, the true Bucky Dent endorsement is his famous home run in a tie-breaking game against the Boston Red Sox, which led the Yankees to the 1978 ALCS crown.
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