Eddie Fisher

An all-star in 1965, Fisher won 85 games and saved another 82 in a 15-year major league career. He broke in with the San Francisco Giants in 1959, but enjoyed his best years after being traded to the Chicago White Sox in 1962. Fisher went 15-7 with a 2.40 ERA for the pale hose in […]

Eddie Watt

One of the better relief pitchers in baseball for most of his career, Watt pitched for three teams from 1966-1975. His best years came as a member of the Baltimore Orioles where he played on two World Series winning teams. He won nine games and saved four more for the 1966 Orioles, who went on […]

Swings and misses

Three more cards came back sans surveys. Autographs are nice, answers are better! Oh well, here are the three who were gracious enough to sign the card. Ward hit 98 home runs in a nine-year big league career, spent primarily with the Chicago White Sox. He was second in the Rookie of the Year voting […]

Jim Perry

The 1970 Cy Young winner, Perry enjoyed a fine career, pitching for 17 years and winning 215 games. Perry, who is the older brother of Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry, broke into the big leagues in 1959 with the Cleveland Indians. He won 12 games that season and was even better the next year […]