Tuesday, September 3, 2013

September 3, 2013 Twelve Back Today

Hector Torres
It was a big surprise when I opened the envelope today and saw this return as I mailed it out in August of 2012 and it came back a year later. Hector Torres was a shortstop who played for the Astros, Cubs, Expos, Padres and Blue Jays. He was also a Little League World Series hero for Mexico, winning the title in 1958

Joe Landrum
pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950 and 1952 with a combined 13 record. He is also thr father of former Major League pitcher, Bill Landrum.

George Lerchen
was an outfielder for the Detroit Tigers in 1952 and Cincinnati Reds in 1953

Rocky Krsnich
was a third baseman for the Chicago White Sox in 1949, 1952-53.

Bill Koski
pitched in 13 games for the 1951 Pittsburgh Pirates with a 0-1 record.

Len Matarazzo
pitched in exactly one game in his major league for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1952. In addition to the signed cards , he included an authentic 1950s Philadelphia Athletics decal. Cool !!

Darcy Fast
pitched in 8 gamed for the Chicago Cubs in 1968 with an 0-1 record.

Ted Kazanski
was an infielder for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1953-1958

Bob Kuzava
pitched for many teams in his career but is best known for getting the saves in the final games of the 1951 and 1952 World Series.

Rick Renick
was a back up infielder for the Twins from 1968 to 1972.

John Rutherford 
pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1952 going 7-7 in 22 games. He also included a 1953 Archives card.

Mike Sadek 
was the back up catcher for the San Francisco Giants from 1973 -1981


1 comment:

  1. George Lerchen is my great uncle! Do you have a physical card of his? Or is this just digital?