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These five athletes (from four sports) with ties to the state of Oregon all have reason to celebrate

Nov. 8, 1985

Darwin Barney (age 33)

The former Southridge High and Oregon State baseball star was an infielder in pro ball for eight seasons, winning a Gold Glove in 2012 with the Chicago Cubs. He helped the Beavers win national titles in 2006 and 2007.

Nov. 11, 1967

Bill Musgrave (age 51)

The offensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos starred at quarterback for the Oregon Ducks. He played in the NFL from 1991-96, and began his coaching career working with Oakland Raiders quarterbacks in 1997. He was born in Grand Junction, Colo.

Nov. 12, 1970

Tonya Harding (age 48)

Tonya Maxene Harding was born in Portland and became a two-time national champion figure skater, two-time Skate America champ, two-time Olympian and world silver medalist.

Nov. 12, 1990

Adrianna Franch (age 28)

The Portland Thorns goalkeeper was born in Salina, Kansas, and went from there to Oklahoma State (2009-12). She launched her pro career in 2013 with the Western New York Flash.

Nov. 12, 1998

Marco Farfan (age 20)

The 5-9, 150-pound Portland Timbers fullback from Centennial High joined the Timbers Academy in 2013 and signed with Timbers 2 of the United Soccer League for the 2016 season.

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