An all star in 1962, Thomas enjoyed eight seasons in the big leagues, playing from 1961-1968. He came up with the Yankees, but only spent two games with the Bombers before being traded to the Los Angeles Angels. Thomas had a great rookie season, hitting .285 for Los Angeles with 24 home runs and 70 […]
Huge mail day today as we didn’t send anything out last week. Letters going to: Clay Carroll, John Kennedy, Terry Kennedy, Ted Sizemore, Al Spangler, Gary Sutherland, Frank Carpin, Don Buford, Mike Ferraro, Mike Marshall, Milt May, Ken Holtzman, Mike Shannon, John “Blue Moon” Odom, Teddy Higuera, Jim Presley and Dave Marshall. And yeah, it […]
Bryan caught for parts of eight seasons in the major leagues, breaking in with the Kansas City A’s in 1961 and finishing with the Washington Senators in 1968. A career .216 hitter, Bryan had his best year in 1965 when he appeared in 108 games for the A’s. He hit .252 that season with 14 […]
Washburn went 72-64 in 10 seasons pitching in the majors. A member of two World Series winning teams, Washburn’s best year came in 1968 when he went 14-8 with a 2.26 ERA for the Cardinals, helping them get back to the series in the process. Washburn earned his lone World Series win that year, beating […]
We are back from the Thanksgiving break with a whole lot of new content ahead for this week! First, wanted to start with some signed cards we got back that, unfortunately, had no surveys. The man who guided the New York Mets to the 1986 World Series championship (breaking the hearts of many Boston Red […]
Oliver spent parts of seven seasons in the major leagues, playing mostly for the Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs. He broke into the big leagues with Los Angeles in 1963 and played in 99 games in 1964. He posted most of his career highs […]
Eleven envelopes into the wind. How many will come back? Here’s today’s list – Jay Johnstone, Davey Johnson, Bob Johnson, George Stone, Phil Regan, Jack Morris, Bob Didier, Jerry Johnson, Lee Thomas, Billy Bryan and Bruce Brubaker. Best of luck to all of them.