#5 Bob Griese
Yes, the guy who quarterbacked the only undefeated team in NFL history also wore glasses. Somehow, Hollywood hasn't made this unbelievable tale into a movie yet.
#4 George Mikan
Mikan was the NBA's first great big man. His glasses had little impact on his career. In the NBA of the '40s and '50s, most players couldn't jump high enough to touch the glasses on a 6-foot-10 man's face.
#3 Edwin Moses
Moses won gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1976 and 1984 Olympics, set the world record four times and won 122 consecutive races between 1977 and 1987. All while being weighed down by two, 40-pound window panes. Amazing.
#2 Martina Navratilova
Navratilova is more than just the greatest women's tennis player of all-time. She also was very open about her vision and helped millions become more tolerant and accepting of those who are nearsighted.
#1 Reggie Jackson
Jackson is one of the greatest sluggers in baseball history. A Hall of Famer, he is 13th on the career home run list with 563. He also struck out a major league record 2,597 times. Just imagine if the man's eyes worked. Those numbers probably would be reversed.
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