Bob Johnson

A veteran of 11 big-league seasons, Johnson broke into the majors in 1960 with the Kansas City A’s and finished his career in 1970 with the same team, which was now located in Oakland. In between, he played for the Washington Senators, Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals.Continue reading “Bob Johnson”

Swings and misses

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 RedContinue reading “Swings and misses”

Grant Jackson

A veteran of 18 big league seasons, Jackson’s career stretched from 1965-1982. In between, he won 86 games and saved 79 more while pitching for six different clubs. He was an all star in 1969 when he won 14 games for the Philadelphia Phillies. He also lost 18 games that season for a Phillies teamContinue reading “Grant Jackson”