I've been collecting baseball images for many years and decided to create some baseball cards and send them through the mail to the players pictured for their autographs. I also make cards for collectors.
Keith from NYC wanted some cards of players who there is no known images of in certain uniforms so I made them up using Photoshop...some look better than others Don Larsen
was signed as a free agent by the Chicago Cubs before the 1967 season
was briefly a NY Met before the 1962 season
spent six years in the Yankees farm system before making the Mets in 1962. I had to use a St Petersburg background instead of leaving it as the Polo Grounds.
was traded to the Atlanta Braves in 1966
was sold to the Yankees in 1976 but the transaction was voided and then was traded to the Reds but that trade too was voided
was traded to the Seattle Pilots in the middle of the 1969 season.so the first version in the 1969 Spring Training uniform would have to be redone, hence the second version.
played for the Baltimore Bullets, Buffalo Braves, Houston Rockets and the Chicago Bulls from 1966 to 1977. As a Knick fan growing up, I hated Jack Marin (and Mike Riordan ) because Bill Bradley always had a hard time guarding him. He could always be counted on to have a great game against the Knicks. Maybe lefties gave Bradley trouble.
was a first round draft pick of the Baltimore Bullets in 1969. He played one year there and spent two years with the Buffalo Braves and came back to the Bullets in 1972. He added a Topps Certified Fan Favorite card.
was born Tomislav Nikolayevich Meshcheryakov and was born in China in 1938. He was a first round draft pick of the Philadelphia Warriors in 1961. He played with the Warriors until 1967 when he was selected by the Seattle Super Sonics in the 1967 Expansion Draft and stayed in Seattle until he retired in 1971.He is also a poet and had a poetry book published.