Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria, from Cuba, bears a striking resemblance to the beloved Hall of Fame outfielder Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pirates, who was from Puerto Rico. Clemente died on New Year's Eve 1972 when his plane crashed while on a humanitarian mission to Nicaragua.
Brad Penny and Larry the Cable Guy
Pitcher Brad Penny is best known for pitching for the Marlins and winning the 2003 World Series against the New York Yankees. He also found himself in the Hollywood spotlight after a two-year romance with "Dancing With the Stars" hoofer Karina Smirnoff. Comedian Larry the Cable Guy is known by his catchphrase "Git-R-Done!"
Raul Ibanez and Tom Morello
Outfielder Raul Ibanez made baseball's All-Star Game in 2009. His doppelganger, Grammy-winning guitaist Tom Morello, is most well-known for his fretwork, particularly during his stint with Rage Against the Machine.
Mike Adams and Eric Balfour
Mike Adams is a solid relief pitcher. Balfour is a busy actor who turns up in many TV series and small films. One of his higher-profile stints was on FOX's thriller series "24."
Brian Wilson and Zangeif
Mercurial Giants closer Brian Wilson's beard is supposedly unrivaled, and that may be true in the real world. But Wilson lives in a world of his own, and who knows if Zangief from the "Street Fighter" series of video games is a part of that world? Either way, one comes equipped with a firey fastball, the other a potent piledriver. That's a matchup we'd like to see.
Ricky Nolasco and Buddy Valastro
Starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco is a stalwart for the Marlins, holding the franchise record for strikeouts. Nolasco's lookalike, Buddy Valastro, is a famous baker at Carlo's Bakery in Hoboken, New Jersey. Valastro has a reality television show titled "Cake Boss," a nickname Buddy also goes by. Nolasco, undoubtedly, enjoys cake.
Jayson Werth and Edge
Outfielder Jayson Werth enjoyed his biggest season in 2009, earning his first All-Star Game berth. Werth parlayed his '09 season into a monster payday with the Nationals, signing a seven-year, $126 million deal. His apparent twin, WWE wrestler Edge, retired from wrestling in 2011 … as the World Champion.
David Ortiz and Esther Rolle
David Ortiz, better known as Big Papi, made a name for himself swinging a big stick for the Boston Red Sox. Ortiz lights up the scoreboard with monster home runs, and his megawatt smile has been a fan favorite in Boston for years. Esther Rolle is famous for her role as Florida Evans on sitcoms "Maude" and "Good Times." Sadly, Rolle died in 1998.
Jim Thome and Dudley Do-Right
Jim Thome etched his name in baseball's history books in 2011, smacking his milestone 600th home run while with the Twins. Dudley Do-Right, a Canadian mountie, was a staple of "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show." Do-Right is most well known for his pursuit of the criminal, Snidely Whiplash.
Jim Thome and Buzz Lightyear
The 20-year MLB vet also bears a resemblance to the action figure hero of the "Toy Story" franchise.
Jim Tracy and Dave Letterman
Rockies manager Jim Tracy won the NL Manager of the Year Trophy in 2009, and has remained at that post since. Meanwhile, Emmy-winner Letterman has been a late-night staple for decades.
Alex Rodriguez and Miles Austin
A-Rod is the game's highest paid player and the Yankees' resident bad boy. Austin is a Dallas Cowboys wide receiver. Think the latter isn't really a celebrity? Well, anybody who dates Kim Kardashian, even briefly, is a megastar. Right?
R.A. Dickey and Timothy Busfield
Knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is a rarity in the majors, with Tim Wakefield the only other active pitcher that throws the erratic pitch. Dickey's doppelganger, Timothy Busfield burst onto the scene in the TV series "thirtysomething," winning a Primetime Emmy Award in 1991. He's transitioned into a successful directing career.
Ryan Braun and Ben Feldman
Reigning NL MVP Ryan Braun is famous for his hitting prowess and patrolling left field out in Miller Park for the Milwaukee Brewers. His lookalike, actor Ben Feldman, is known for his roles in the movie "Cloverfield" and the television series "Drop Dead Diva" and "Mad Men."
Justin Upton and Cedric Sanders
Young D-backs star Justin Upton is entering his prime out in the desert, finding his name listed on the NL MVP ballot for 2010. Actor Cedric Sanders has had roles in a number of movies, including "The Social Network."
Andres Torres and A.J. McLean
Outfielder Andres Torres won a World Series as a member of the San Francisco Giants in 2010. His lookalike, A.J. McLean, is of Backstreet Boys fame. McLean also occasionally performs a solo act under his alter ego "Johnny NoName."
Shelley Duncan and Matthew Lillard
Shelley Duncan is a jack-of-all trades for the Cleveland Indians, spending time at various positions around the diamond and in the DH spot. Actor and producer Matthew Lillard has been seen on the big screen in movie such as "Scream" and "Scooby Doo."
Joba Chamerlain and Mama Fratelli
Joba Chamberlain is a pitcher for the New York Yankees, having won a World Series in 2009 with the club. Chamberlain bears a striking resemblance to Mama Fratelli from the movie "The Goonies." Fratelli was played by actress Anne Ramsey, who died in 1988.
Don Zimmer and Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
Don Zimmer has been in baseball for decades, and currently works for the Tampa Bay Rays as a senior adviser. He's perhaps most famous for an incident during the 2003 ALCS. As a member of the New York Yankees pitching staff, Zimmer charged Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez, but was thrown to the ground by the pitcher. His brother from a fuzzy mother, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew is a muppet best known for science experiments performed on "The Muppet Show."
Ron Gardenhire and Burl Ives
Ron Gardenhire has managed the Twins since 2002, claiming Manager of the Year honors in 2010. His twin, the late Burl Ives, was an Oscar-winner (best supporting actor for 1958's "The Big Country") and singer who enjoyed success for decades. Linked forever to Christmas, Ives voiced the narrator, Sam the Snowman, in the animated TV special "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Ives died of complications from mouth cancer in 1995.
Josh Hamilton and Bobby Flay
Slugger Josh Hamilton is known to heat up hotter than a hibachi, serving up home runs as a member of the Texas Rangers. A four-time All-Star, Hamilton also snagged the 2010 AL MVP Award. Bobby Flay, noted celebrity chef and Hamilton hologram, owns numerous top-rated restaurants around the world. Flay also frequently appears on the Food Network, as host, judge or guest on various programs.
Mike Maddux and Frank Zappa
Mike Maddux pitched in the majors for 15 years before switching gears to coaching. Maddux, the older brother of Greg Maddux, is now the pitching coach for the Texas Rangers. Maddux clone, the late Frank Zappa, was an entertainment pioneer whose career spanned over 30 years, with projects ranging from composing music to directing. Zappa died in 1993, but his musical innovations continue to inspire.
Vladimir Guerrero and Michael K. Williams
Vladimir Guerrero is a designated hitter and was the 2004 AL MVP. Michael K. Williams was on the critically acclaimed series "The Wire."
Brian Roberts and Kris Allen
Brian Roberts is the Orioles' second baseman. Kris Allen won the eighth season of "American Idol."
Jarrod Washburn and Jason Sudeikis
Washburn pitched for three teams in his 11-year pitching career. Sudeikis gained fame as a cast member of "Saturday Night Live."
Nick Johnson and David Denman
Infielder Johnson has traveled back and forth between the minors and big leagues, playing for three different major league teams. Denman portrayed Roy Anderson on "The Office." His character's heart was broken by Pam Beesly, played by Jenna Fischer.
Mike Trout and Matt Barkley
Mike Trout is the rookie sensation OF for the Los Angeles Angels. Matt Barkley plies his trade 30 miles north as quarterback for the USC Trojans.
Homer Bailey and Christian Bale
Bailey is a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds who tossed the franchise's first no-hitter in 24 years on Sept. 28, 2012. Bale is an Oscar-winning actor (for "The Fighter") best known for playing Batman in the "Dark Knight" movies.
Dustin Pedroia and Giovanni Ribisi
Dustin Pedroia is the Red Sox's second baseman and spark plug. Ribisi is an actor best known for roles in the films "Avatar," "Public Enemies" and "Ted."