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SPACEMAN PLAYER CARD!

 

 


Set Numbered 13-24 ; Printed in 1989 ; 10K printed
*Card and Picture Quality Much Higher Than Shown*

 

1970s All-Stars


10,000 Printed in 1989

13. Don Slaught
14. Pete Redfern
15. Greg Harris
16. Dave Winfield
17. Tim Wallach
18. Floyd Bannister
19. Steve Kemp
20. Tim Leary
21. Scott Sanderson
22. Ed VandeBerg
23. Mike Boddicker
24. Dave Smith

 

 


 

card size 2 x 3 in.

Excerpts from reverse of card

#13 Don Slaught

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Don Slaught
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Slaught won the Alaska League batting title in 1979 with a .364 average as he caught 55 games for the Panners.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Slaught owns a .272 career average in three years with the Royals, three with the Rangers and one as a Yankee.  A Royals' draft pick in 1980 he joined the team in 1982.

#14 Pete Redfern

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Pete Redfern
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Redfern posted a 9-1 record with one save as team's outstanding pitcher in 1975 after going 3-4 with one save in 1974.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Redfern moved rapidly to the major leagues with the Twins in 1976 and enjoyed a seven-year 42-48 record as a starter.

#15 Greg Harris

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Greg Harris
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Harris posted a 15-3 record with one save and fancy 2.12 ERA in 144.1 innings en route to nation's MVP summer player in 1976.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Came up with Mets in 1981 and owns 31-41 career record as both starter and reliever in stints with Mets, Reds, Expos, Padres, Rangers, and Phillies.  Pitched in '84 World Series for Padres.

#16 Dave Winfield

MLB HALL OF FAME!

Dave Winfield
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Winfield was a sensational outfielder/pitcher in 1971 and on 1972 national chamionship team.  Was 13-4 with 5 saves and hit .315 with 18 home runs.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Winfield is a perennial all-star in 16-year career, eight with Padres and eight with Yankess.  Enjoys lifetime .481 slugging percentage.

#17 Tim Wallach

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Tim Wallach
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Wallach was Alaska League MVP in 1978 with 20 home runs, 66 RBIs, and .328 average in 70 games.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Wallach leaped to Expos in 1980 and has been a fixture at third base since 1981.   Owns career .261 average.

#18 Floyd Bannister

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Floyd Bannister
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Bannister has outstanding 11-3 and 6-1 records in 1974 and 1975 respectively.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Bannister has a 129-141 career record over 12 seasons of service with Astros, Mariners, White Sox and Royals.

#19 Steve Kemp

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Steve Kemp
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Kemp crashed 33 home runs and drove in 105 runs in 1974 and 1975.  His .425 average in 1974 is the team record.  Hit .391 in '75.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Kemp played 10 years with Tigers, White Sox, Yankees and Pirates with a career .278 batting average and 130 home runs.

#20 Tim Leary

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Tim Leary
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Leary was team's top pitcher in 1978 with 12-3 record and 2.60 ERA.  He was 6-5 with one save and 2.55 in 1977, working 202.1 innings for career.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Leary helped pitch Dodgers to World Series title in 1988 in his seventh year since coming up with the Mets in 1981.  Also pitched for the Brewers.

#21 Scott Sanderson

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Scott Sanderson
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Sanderson posted a 4-4 record in 1976 and 1977, helping lead the team to 1976 national title.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Sanderson joined the Expos in 1978 and owns an 87-80 career record with 229 starts.

#22 Ed VandeBerg

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Ed Vande Berg
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
VandeBerg had a brilliant two-year mark of 16-9 in 1978 and 1979.  In '78 he fashioned a 2.91 ERA and had 179 strikeouts.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
VandeBerg first joined the Mariners in 1982.  Also played with Dodgers, Indians and Rangers.

#23 Mike Boddicker

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Mike Boddicker
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Boddicker was team's top pitcher in 1977 with 8-2 record and three saves and fancy 1.83 ERA.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Boddicker posted 79-73 record with Orioles over nine seasons before moving to Red Sox in '88.

#24 Dave Smith

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Dave Smith
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Smith went unbeaten at 9-0 in 1975 and 1976.  Appeared in 23 games, starting just three.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Smith joined the Astros in 1980 and has been a top reliever with the same team since.  Lifetime ERA is 2.53 through 462 appearances, all but one in relief.

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