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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? "Hoot" was an intimidating flame thrower who dominated the rubber in the 1960's. A life-time St. Louis Cardinals player, he won the Cy Young Award twice on his way to 3,117 career strikeouts.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? A 19-game winner in 1964 for the Detroit Tigers, he was never able to repeat this success. His claim to fame is that he is the oldest living Kansas City Royal.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? "Mr. Tiger" had a career that spanned 22 seasons with the Detroit Tigers. He won the batting title in 1955 with a .340 average, and would finish his career with 3,007 hits.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? "Mad Dog" was a 3-time All-Star with the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates. Even though he never really hit for too much power, this infielder boasted a lifetime .305 avg.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? This former Baltimore Orioles outfielder has the unfortunate honor of holding the record for worst strikeout rate in Major League history. A swing from his bootstraps kind of guy, he also pummeled one onto the roof of old Comisky Park to the tune of 573 feet.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? This pitcher played for eight seasons, splitting that time with the Milwaukee Braves and New York Mets. He missed the first part of the 1964 year after having his jaw broke in spring training by Gates Brown.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? One of the starting pitchers in the now defunct Houston Colt .45s, he didn't have a whole lot of production behind him.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? "Hondo" was a punishing power hitter. Splitting his career mainly between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Senators, he amassed 382 career dingers over a 16 year span.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? This New York Giants pitcher was the epitome of consistency in the 1930s. He was famous for his screwball, which once struck out 5 Hall-of-Fame sluggers in succession in the 1934 All-Star game (Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin). A feat that is said to be the greatest pitching performance in All-Star game history.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? For over a decade, this slugger led the majors in practically every offensive category. He is pictured below on what is considered the most popular set of the 1930s.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? Although this second baseman never did much at the plate, he dazzled with the glove for the California Angels and Chicago White Sox.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? He was a stalwart in the Cincinnati Reds rotation in the mid-1960s. This southpaw would've undoubtedly seen more success had he not had arm problems that forced him out of the game.

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Dean is considered one of the foremost experts on the subject of vintage baseball cards, football cards, other sports cards, and non-sports cards. He has a regular column in the Sports Collectors Digest and publishes articles on this blog at blog.deanscards.com. Dean has also written two books on vintage sports cards which are available on Amazon.
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Dean Hanley started collecting baseball cards in 1969 and has never stopped. After receiving a B.S. in Business from Auburn University and a M.B.A. from USC, Dean spent the next decade marketing software. Escaping Corporate America in 2001, he started DeansCards.com in his basement. Today, Dean's Cards consists of 14 employees and occupies a 5,000 square-foot office in Cincinnati, Ohio. DeansCards.com now has more than 1.5 million vintage baseball cards and other cards listed online. Dean's Cards simply sells more vintage baseball cards than anyone else in world.

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Has published two books on card collecting and is a regular contributor to sports card collecting publications, including Sports Collectors Digest.
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