A look at the A's players who participated in the 1989 World Series and what they're doing 20 years later. For more on the Battle of the Bay and the Loma Prieta anniversary, click here.

Player 1989 2009
Lance Blankenship Reserve infielder from Cal Owns pet store in San Ramon
Todd Burns Won 6 games, saved 8 Owner of baseball school in Huntsville, Ala.
Jose Canseco Reigning MVP and first 40-40 man Author; celebrity boxer; pitchman for anything
Storm Davis Went 19-7 - with a 4.36 ERA Unknown
Dennis Eckersley The Eck Broadcaster for Boston Red Sox
Mike Gallego Played 94 games at SS Third base coach for A's
Ron Hassey Veteran presence behind plate Unknown
Dave Henderson Stylish CF with gaptoothed smile Runs baseball/fantasy camps out of Seattle area
Rickey Henderson Leadoff man and left fielder Hall of Famer
Rick Honeycutt Eck's left-handed setup man Pitching coach for Dodgers
Stan Javier Valuable sub when injuries hit GM of Dominican national baseball team
Carney Lansford Fiery third baseman batted .336 Hitting coach for Giants
Mark McGwire Strapping lad with 33 homers Southern California recluse
Mike Moore 19-game winner; three-hour game Coaches high school baseball in Tempe, Ariz.
Gene Nelson The Eck's right-hand setup man Unknown
Dave Parker On his last legs, drove in 97runs Cincinnati businessman
Ken Phelps Acquired Aug. 30, nine at-bats Broadcaster, Fox Sports Arizona
Tony Phillips Played six positions, all well Avid golfer living in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Terry Steinbach Two straight All-Star starts Lives in Minnesota; hires out as banquet speaker
Dave Stewart Third straight 20-win season Player agent represents Eric Chavez
Walt Weiss Reigning rookie of year; injured Living in Colorado; worked for Rockies
Bob Welch 2nd straight 17-win season Pitching coach for 2006 Netherlands team
Matt Young 2nd straight year of arm trouble Unknown
Curt Young Crafty left-hander; No. 5 starter Pitching coach for A's