Michael or Mike Brown may refer to: Contents 1 Politics, 2 Science, 3 Sports 3.1 Basketball, 3.2 Baseball, 3.3 Football, 3.4 Ice hockey, 3.5 Other sports, , 4 Other fields, 5 See also, Politics: Michael Brown (mayor), current mayor of Grand Forks, North Dakota, Michael Brown (British politician) (born 1951), former British Conservative MP, now a political journalist, Michael Brown (fraudster) (born 1966), Scottish businessman convicted for perjury who donated money to the Liberal Democrats, Michael A. Brown (Washington D.C. politician) (born 1965), Former At-Large Member of the Council of the District of Columbia, Michael D. Brown (Washington D.C. politician) (born 1953), shadow senator for the District of Columbia, Michael A. Brown (born 1950), Canadian Liberal politician, former Speaker of the Ontario legislature, Michael D. Brown (born 1954), head of FEMA, 2003-2005; resigned after Hurricane Katrina, Michael Brown (Michigan politician), Flint City administrator and temporary mayor, Science: Michael Stuart Brown (born 1941), Nobel Prize-winning biologist, Michael E. Brown (born 1965), Caltech professor of astronomy and the discoverer of the dwarf planets Eris, Haumea and Makemake, Sports: Basketball: Mike Brown (basketball, born 1970), American basketball head coach, Mike Brown (basketball, born 1963), retired American professional basketball player and assistant coach, Baseball: Mike Brown (outfielder) (born 1959), former Major League Baseball outfielder for Pittsburgh Pirates and California Angels, 1983-1988, Mike Brown (pitcher) (born 1959), former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball for Boston Red Sox, 1982-1986 and Seattle Mariners, 1987, Football: Mike Brown (Cincinnati Bengals owner) (born 1935), owner of the Cincinnati Bengals American football team, Mike Brown (safety) (born 1978), American football safety, Mike Brown (wide receiver) (born 1989), American football wide receiver, Michael Brown (Australian rules footballer) (born 1976), Australian rules footballer, Michael Brown (footballer born 1977), English football player for Leeds United F.C, Michael Brown (footballer born 1984), Australian football player for Airdrie United, Michael Brown (footballer born 1985), English footballer, formerly played for Chester City, Ice hockey: Mike Brown (ice hockey, born 1957), American defenceman drafted by the New York Rangers in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft, Mike Brown (ice hockey, born 1979), Canadian who played for Chicago Blackhawks, Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks, 1999-2006, Mike Brown (ice hockey, born 1981), Canadian goaltender, 2002-03 NCAA All-American West First Team with Ferris State University, Mike Brown (forward) (born 1985), American National Hockey League player with the San Jose Sharks, Mike Brown (goaltender) (born 1985), American professional ice hockey goaltender, Other sports: Michael Brown (cricketer) (born 1980), English cricketer, Michael Brown (canoer) (born 1937), Canadian sprint canoer, Mike Brown (motorcyclist) (born 1972), American national champion motocross racer, Mike Brown (rugby union) (born 1985), English rugby union player, Mike Brown (swimmer) (born 1984), Canadian Olympic swimmer, Mike Brown (fighter) (born 1975), American mixed martial arts fighter, Other fields: Michael Brown (historian) (born 1965), Scottish historian, Michael Brown (writer) (born 1920), American author of children's books, Michael Brown (rock musician) (born 1949), American keyboardist-songwriter, Michael Brown (physicist), previous Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, England, G. Michael Brown, lawyer and former New Jersey gaming regulator, Michael Glyn Brown (born 1957), former hand surgeon, Michael Brown (City Year) (born 1960), co-founder and CEO of City Year, an education-focused, nonprofit organization, Michael Napier Brown (born 1937), British actor, theatre director and playwright, Mike Brown, saxophonist of Streetlight Manifesto, Michael Brown, US Marine convicted of assault, see Michael Brown Okinawa assault incident

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