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SPACEMAN PLAYER CARD!

Set Numbered 1-12 ; Printed in 1988 ; Only 5000 Printed!
*Card and Picture Quality Much Higher Than Shown

1960s All-Stars

5,000 Printed in 1988 (extremely limited quantities) 

1. Rick Monday
 2. Jimy Williams
 3. Tom Seaver
 4. Graig Nettles
 5. Andy Messersmith
 6. Bill Lee
 7. Dave Kingman
 8. Tom House
 9. Jim Barr
10. Bob Boone
11. Brent Strom
12. Dave Dowling

 

 


 

card size 2 x 3 in. 
#1 Rick Monday

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Rick Monday
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Monday hit six home runs in 1964 while playing first base and the outfield.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Monday belted 241 home runs in a 19-year career with the A's, Cubs and Dodgers.   joined old Kansas City Athletics in 1966.

#2 Jimy Williams

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Jimy Williams
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Williams, a shortstop, batted .323 in 1964.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Williams had a brief career with the Cardinals and became the manager of the Toronto Blue Jays in 1986.  Played with Cardinals in 1966.

#3 Tom Seaver

MLB HALL OF FAME!

Tom Seaver
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Seaver was selected by the fans in 1973 as the team's top graduate after a two-year career in Fairbanks in 1964 and 1965.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Seaver won 311 games and hurled the "Miracle Mets" to the world championship in 1969.  Started with Mets in 1967.

#4 Graig Nettles

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Graig Nettles
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
AS A GOLDPANNER
In 1964 and 1965, Nettles hit 22 home runs for Fairbanks while playing mostly in the outfield.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Nettles won five Gold Gloves at third base and led the Yankees to two world championships.  Reached the Majors with the Twins in 1967.

#5 Andy Messersmith

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Andy Messersmith
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Messersmith pitched with the 1965 club, winding up with a 3-0 record and a 3.00 ERA.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Messersmith's 12-year career was overshadowed by his victory in court in 1976, allowing him landmark free-agent status.  First big league team was the Angels in 1968.

#6 Bill Lee

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Bill Lee
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Lee pitched on the 1966 and 1967 teams, recording an 11-6 win-loss record with a 1.86 ERA.  He batted .483 in '67.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Lee pitched for the Red Sox and Expos for 14 seasons, winning 119 ballgames.   Entered majors with Boston in 1969.

#7 Dave Kingman

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Dave Kingman
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
AS A GOLDPANNER
Kingman was 10-3 as a pitcher in 1968-1969 and also a slugging outfielder.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Kingman hit 442 home runs with seven teams in a 16-year career.  The outfielder led the NL in round-trippers twice.  Debut was in 1972 with Giants.
#8 Tom House

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Tom House
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
House pitched 13 complete games en route to a 15-2, 1.31 ERA season in 1966.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
House pitched for the Braves, Red Sox and Mariners.  Joined Atlanta in 1971.

#9 Jim Barr

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Jim Barr
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Barr compiled a 19-3 win-loss pitching record in 1967, 1968 and 1969 - best percentage (.864) in team history.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Barr won 101 games in 12 seasons with the Giants and the Angels.  Joined the Giants for the first time in 1971.

#10 Bob Boone

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Bob Boone
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Boone played third base and rapped out a team-record 222 hits in 1966, 1967 and 1968.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Boone set the all-time record for games caught and the California Angels catcher is now in his 17th Season.  First called to Philadelphia in 1972.

#11 Brent Strom

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Brent Strom
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Strom set team career pitching records for complete games, strikeouts and innings in 1967, 1968 and 1969.  In 1973, the fans selected him as the club's No.1 all-time pitcher.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Strom pitched for five years with the Mets, Indians and Padres from 1972-77.   Mets called him up in 1972.

#12 Dave Dowling

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Dave Dowling
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
AS A GOLDPANNER
Dowling pitched in 1963, went 11-3 and set team records for his 0.85 ERA, seven complete games and 217 strikeouts.  In one game, he fanned 16 staight and 24 total.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Dowling had brief stints with the Cardinals (1964) and Cubs (1966).  First called up by Cardinals, becoming first Goldpanner grad to reach the big leagues.