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SPACEMAN PLAYER CARD!

 


Set Numbered 37-48 ; Printed in 1990 ; Only 5000 printed!
*Card and Picture Quality Much Higher Than Shown*
Tom Goodwin Rookie Card!

 

Stars of the 90s


5,000 Printed in 1990 (limited quantities)

37. Dave Winfield - Snowshoe Baseball
38. Seaver and the Skipper (Red Boucher)
39. Three Generations of Boones
40. Ben Hines
41. Dave Winfield Pitching
42. Million Dollar Outfield (Mack, McDowell, Davis)
43. Panner Prospect : Tom Goodwin
44. Panner Prospect : Tim Layana
45. Panner Prospect : Mike Kelly
46. Panner Prospect : Roger Smithberg
47. Panner Prospect : Kevin Higgins
48. Panner Prospect : Bob Hamelin

 


 

card size 2 x 3 in.

partial excerpts from reverse of card

#37 Winfield in Winter

MLB HALL OF FAME!

Winfield in Winter
SNOWSHOE BASEBALL
Major league outfield star Dave Winfield gives snowshoe baseball a try during a return visit to Fairbanks in 1984.   Winfield played in Fairbanks in 1971 and 1972 out of the University of Minnesota and remains one of the most popular ...in addition to talented ...players ever to don to Fairbanks uniform...
#38 Seaver & Boucher

MLB HALL OF FAME!

Seaver and Boucher
SEAVER AND THE SKIPPER
Tom Seaver shakes hands with Alaska Goldpanner Manager H.A. (Red) Boucher during a meeting at Growden Park during the 1964 summer season, the first of two in Fairbanks for Seaver as he returned in 1965.  Boucher, who founded the Goldpanners, went on to become Lieutenant Governor of Alaska, and Seaver's path to baseball's Hall of Fame is known by all fans.  Seaver came to Fairbanks in '64 from Fresno City College en route to USC that fall...
#39 Ray, Bob & Bret

3 MAJOR LEAGUERS!

Ray, Bob & Bret
THREE GENRATIONS OF BOONES
Bob Boone talks with his father Ray "Ike" Boone during a visit of the elder Boone to Fairbanks when Bob played from the Goldpanners in the summer seasons of 1966, 1967 and 1968.  Inset is Bret Boone, Bob's son, who played for the Goldpanners in 1988, becoming the first father-son combo in the team's 31 year history...
#40 Ben HinesBen Hines
SUCCESSFUL MANAGER
Los Angeles Dodgers batting instuctor and first base coach Ben Hines turned in a successful career as field manager of the Alaska Goldpanners from 1978 to 1982, leading the 1980 team to the national champsionship and compiling a five-year win-loss record of 195-93.  Hines entered professional baseball with the California Angels after the 1982 Fairbanks season.
#41 Davis, McDowell & Mack

MLB HALL OF FAME!

Winfield Pitching
DAVE WINFIELD PITCHING
Dave Winfield delivers a pitch at Growden Park in Fairbanks, Alaska, during the 1971 season.  The major league slugging star was an outstanding pitcher as an amateur and in the summers of '71 and '72 in Fairbanks compiled a 13-4 won-loss record, five saves and 143 strikeouts in 128.1 innings...
#42 Davis, McDowell & Mack

3 MAJOR LEAGUERS!

Davis, McDowell & Mack
MILLION DOLLAR OUTFIELD
The first outfield in amateur baseball heralded as a "Million Dollar Outfield" was assembled by the Alaska Goldpanners in a 1983 season as Oddibe McDowell (Braves) in the center is flanked by Mark Davis (Angels) on the left and Shane Mack (Twins)...
#43 Tom Goodwin

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Tom Goodwin
STREAKING PROSPECT
Tom Goodwin, a fast-rising prospect in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, rounds third and heads for home during a record-breaking season with the Alaska Goldpanners in 1987.  Goodwin, who attended Fresno State, swiped 48 bases for a new Fairbanks single season mark.  As a Goldpanner, Goodwin hit .324 to go with his 48 thefts and was named to the all-star team at the U.S. Open Tournament...
#44 Tim Layana

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Tim Layana
REDS' RISING STAR
Tim Layana out of Loyola Marymount was the workhorse of the 1985 pitching staff for the Alaska Goldpanners.   Originally taken to the big leagues for a brief stint by the New York Yankees, Layana got off to a fast start following his trade to Cincinnati and proved to be an important factor in the Reds' pennant drive in the 1990 season.  As a Goldpanner, Layana put together a 6-5 record with a 3.87 ERA...
#45 Mike Kelly

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Mike Kelly
BEST COLLEGIATE PLAYER
Mike Kelly of Arizona State swept all major collegiate awards following the 1990 season as he was named Player of the Year by both The Sporting News and Baseball America.  Kelly made a serious run at becoming only the fifth Alaska Goldpanner player to hit .400 with the Fairbanks club during the 1989 season but had to settle for .397 after being slowed by injuries...
#46 Roger Smithberg

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Roger Smithberg
PITCHING PROSPECT
Roger Smithberg is the only Bradley University player ever to don the uniform of the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks.   Smithberg, a bright prospect in the San Diego Padres organization, was the workhorse of the Fairbanks pitching staff in 1987 as he toiled 79 innings, recorded a team high 48 strikeouts and posted a 4-4 record...
#47 Kevin Higgins

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Kevin Higgins
INFIELD PROSPECT
Kevin Higgins established a Fairbanks Goldpanners standard for batting average for a second baseman when he hit .380 in 1987 to lead the team.  Higgins came to Fairbanks out of Los Angeles Harbor College and later starred at Arizona State University...  In addition to his .380 batting average, Higgins swiped 13 bases and knocked in 48 runs.
#48 Bob Hamelin

AL ROOKIE OF YEAR!

Bob Hamelin
HAMMERIN' HAMELIN
Husky Bob Hamelin in making his way up the ladder as a slugging first baseman in the Kansas City Royals organization.   Along the way the big first sacker was a member of the Alaska Goldpanner team in 1986 and helped the club to a fourth place finish in the U.S. Open Tournament in Honolulu...

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