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Rookie, Washington Senators; The Catcher Was A Spy

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St. Louis Cardinals

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Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals, MVP season (3)

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals, MVP season (3)

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Rookie, Pittsburgh Pirates

Cleveland Indians, MVP season

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, New York Yankees

St. Louis Cardinals

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Cleveland Indians

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St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

St. Louis Cardinals

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Chicago Cubs (Philadelphia Phillies uniform)

Rookie, Philadelphia Phillies (Chicago Cubs uniform)

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Philadelphia Phillies

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Rookie, Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

Oakland Oaks, “High Pockets”

Philadelphia Phillies

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Chicago White Sox

Rookie, New York Giants

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Chicago White Sox

Washington Senators

Rookie, Cleveland Indians

New York Yankees, MVP season (1)

Philadelphia Phillies "Puddin' Head"

Rookie, New York Giants

Philadelphia Phillies

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

1952 BOWMAN 156 WARREN SPAHN

Boston Braves

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Athletics

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Cleveland Indians

Chicago White Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies, "Shot by a crazed girl in June, 1949, Ed was close to death."

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Chicago White Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Athletics, MVP season

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

St. Louis Cardinals

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

St. Louis Cardinals

Cleveland Indians

New York Yankees

Pittsburgh Pirates

Chicago White Sox

Philadelphia Phillies

Cleveland Indians

Philadelphia Phillies

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

Washington Senators

Philadelphia Athletics

Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

Cincinnati Redlegs

Cleveland Indians

Chicago White Sox

Philadelphia Phillies

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

Rookie, Philadelphia Athletics

Cleveland Indians

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

Washington Senators

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Kansas City Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals (first African-American)

American League umpire

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals, NL ROY season

Cleveland Indians

Kansas City Athletics

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

Rookie, Washington Nationals

Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

St. Louis Cardinals

Pittsburgh Pirates (hit record 8 home runs in 8 games - since tied)

Kansas City Athletics

Washington Nationals

Kansas City Athletics

Chicago White Sox

Philadelphia Phillies

Kansas City Athletics

St. Louis Cardinals

Philadelphia Phillies

Cleveland Indians

Cleveland Indians

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Rookie, Chicago White Sox

New York Yankees

Philadelphia Phillies

Rookie, Brooklyn Dodgers

Rookie, Pittsburgh Pirates

Rookie, Washington Senators

Rookie, Cincinnati Redlegs

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

Philadelphia Phillies

Pittsburgh Pirates

Chicago White Sox

Cleveland Indians

St. Louis Cardinals

Kansas City Athletics

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Cleveland Indians

Kansas City Athletics

St. Louis Cardinals

Rookie, Baltimore Orioles

Rookie, Detroit Tigers

St. Louis Cardinals, holds record for most strikeouts in a game at 21 (16 innings)

Cleveland Indians

San Francisco Giants

Los Angeles Dodgers