HARRISBURG -- After being selected 5th overall in the 1989 NFL draft, football was not the only thing on Deion Sanders' mind.
Sanders started his pro baseball career with Albany, the double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees in 1989, which happened to be in the Eastern League. Here, Sanders is seen in a regular season game against the Harrisburg Senators.
Sanders would go on to make his major league debut by the end of the season. After 9 years, he finished his career with a .263 batting average and 39 homeruns.
His football career would be more successful as he became a 2-time Super Bowl champion and 8-time All-Pro in 14 seasons.
CBS 21 News intern Dylan Bower contributed to this report.