Throughout the 1990s, Deion Sanders became one of most dynamic personalities in sports as a cornerback and kick-returner in the National Football League, a clutch hitter and base-stealing threat in Major League Baseball, and one of the most relentlessly self-promotional egos in either sport. Earning the nickname "Neon Deion" in his high school years and dubbing himself "Prime Time" during his college days at Florida State, Sanders was hailed as a singular all-around athletic talent and began dual pro careers with the New York Yankees and the Atlanta Falcons in 1989. He hit his stride on the diamond with the Atlanta Braves and, in the NFL, went on to consecutive Super Bowl-winning stints with the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys in 1994 and 1995 seasons, respectively. A perennial Pro Bowler as a defensive back, he became the rare modern-era star who played both sides of the ball as he expanded his game as a wide receiver with Dallas. After a late-career comeback with the Baltimore Ravens, Sanders shifted to the airwaves to become an outspoken analyst for NFL TV. One of only two NFL players ever to score touchdowns six different ways (interception, punt-return, kick-return, rushing, receiving and fumble recovery) and the only athlete to play in both the World Series and the Super Bowl, Sanders proved himself to be one of the most versatile talents of his era.