Donald Glover All-Stars: Ten Players Who Are Not Sons of Major Leaguers

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Donald Glover All-Stars: Ten Players Who Are Not Sons of Major Leaguers

On April 21, 2010, actor Donald Glover of television's "Community" went on the Jay Leno show.

At the beginning of the interview, Jay Leno said "I figure I gotta check this guy out on the internet. I look up Wikipedia. It says, "Donald Glover, son of famed actor Danny Glover, blah, blah, blah blah, blah."

To this, Donald Glover replied "Yes," and the crowd gave an appreciative round of applause.

Then came the gag: Leno and Glover informed the crowd that Donald is not, in fact, the son of Danny Glover, but people always assume that he is. Donald, it seems, has even had to correct his Wikipedia entry numerous times because it keeps getting changed.

Major League Baseball has similar issues from time to time. For example, Steve and Barry Lyons, who were both born on June 3, 1960, are not brothers.

Let's have a look at the Donald Glover All-Stars: Major League Players Who are Not the Sons of Other Major League Players.

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