As to the bonus question, in my opinon Billy Crudup is the closer looking Steve Prefontaine. I went to South Eugene High School from 1972-1975 which was just a couple of miles away from the University of Oregon. It was not an uncommon sight to see Pre running around town. I saw him run more times than I can count. The first time was the 1972 Olympic Trials and the last time was the night he died. I skipped school to go to his memorial service at Marshfield, going with Robin Baker, Sharon Daviscourt and John Gustafson. I attended the memorial service at the U of O, when the clock was run to the record. During the clock running, with our eyes closed it was possible to picture Pre running around the track by where the applause was. I have never seen anyone since with the kind of connection he had with a crowd. In 1998 when "Without Limits" was filming at the U of O I got a chance to be an extra at the filming of Pres' last race. The first time I saw Billy Crudup I did a double take because he looked so much like Pre. I had a picture of Pre from that last race and the staff of the movie wondered how I had a picture of Crudup in costume. It was a wonderful experience and I still enjoy watching the movie. It seems to be the closest to what I remember happening.
Marks Epherma won the autograph portion of the contest and Phungo got the bonus question right, so here is where the game stands after two innings.
Lauren-Angels- Man on Second
Marks Epherma-Man on Second
Zach-Wichita Wingnuts-Man on First
Phungo-Phillies-Man on First
Dan-Indians-On DeckRyan-Orioles-On Deck