Phil Garner

A three-time all star, Garner spent 16 seasons playing in the majors. He broke in with the Oakland A’s in 1973 and had his first all-star season in 1976. Oakland dealt him to the Pittsburgh Pirates the following year and Garner responded with what was probably the best offensive season of his career. He hit […]

Jose Morales

One of the premier pinch hitters of the 1970’s, Morales had a solid 12-year run through the majors that saw him compile a .287 career average to go along with 26 home runs. He only appeared in over 100 games twice, first with the Montreal Expos in 1976 and again with the Minnesota Twins in […]

Swings and misses

Another round of cards that have returned with no surveys. A three-time all star, Joe Rudi played for 16 years in the majors, mostly for the Oakland A’s. He came up with Oakland in 1967 and retired after playing for the A’s in 1982. In between, he made stops with the California Angels and Boston […]

Merv Rettenmund

Rettenmund played for 13 seasons in the majors, coming up with the Baltimore Orioles in 1968 and finishing with the California Angels in 1980. He finished 19th in the 1971 MVP vote while playing for Baltimore. Appearing in a career-high 141 games, Rettenmund hit .318 that year with 11 home runs, 75 RBI and 81 […]