Got another 8 returns today.....
Howie played for the 1962 Braves and the 1968 Phillies. In 1968 with the Phillies, Howie hit a sac fly that broke Drysdale’s string of 58⅔ consecutive scoreless innings. He also had a 43 game hitting streak in the American Association in 1962 which is the league record. Howie added his own 2 cards with the return.
George Culver threw a no-hitter against the Phillies in 1968 as a player with the Cincinnati Reds. He also played with the Indians, Cardinals, Astros, Dodgers and Phillies.
Larry pitched in 2 games for the 1972 Yankees. In his last start, in the last game of the 1972 season against the Brewers, Larry hit a double thus becoming the last American League pitcher to get a hit in a regular season game before the Designated Hitter went into effect the next year.
Mr Warner played with the 1966 California Angels
Tom played in the majors from 1969-1975 with the Angels, White Sox and Giants. He had 3 good years (1971-73) when he won 43 games in those 3 seasons.
Bob was the back up catcher, to Carlton Fisk, for the Red Sox throughout the 1970s.
Pat Cristelli never pitched in the major leagues but he was a 1974 Second Round draft pick for the California Angels. He pitched well in the Angels farm system (averaging 11 wins a year) until 1978
Doug played from 1960-1968 with the Cardinals, Phillies and Cubs