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
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.
was an outfielder for the Detroit Tigers in 1952 and Cincinnati Reds in 1953
was a third baseman for the Chicago White Sox in 1949, 1952-53.
pitched in 13 games for the 1951 Pittsburgh Pirates with a 0-1 record.
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 !!
pitched in 8 gamed for the Chicago Cubs in 1968 with an 0-1 record.
was an infielder for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1953-1958
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.
was a back up infielder for the Twins from 1968 to 1972.
pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1952 going 7-7 in 22 games. He also included a 1953 Archives card.
was the back up catcher for the San Francisco Giants from 1973 -1981