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1975 Topps Set Card 318/660 – #489 – Cecil Cooper, Red Sox

1975 Topps Set Card 318/660 – #489 – Cecil Cooper, Red Sox

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Card Number:  489

Player Name:  Cecil Cooper

Team:  Boston Red Sox

Position:  First Base

Image Style:  Posed Portrait

Years In The Major Leagues: 17 seasons, 1971-87

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Cooper hit .311 for the Red Sox in 1975 as he connected for 95 hits in 305 at-bats.  Of his 95 hits, Cooper collected 17 doubles, 6 triples, and 14 home runs.  He drove in 49 runs during the season while also scoring 44 times.

Notes From Career:  Cecil Cooper is a career .298 hitter with 5 All-Star selections, 3 Silver Slugger Awards, and 2 Gold Gloves on his resume.  Copper connected for 2,192 hits in 1,896 games played.  He is a 2-time league leader in doubles and RBI and also a former MVP candidate.

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1975 Topps Set Card 297/660 – #332 – Fred Kendall, Padres

1975 Topps Set Card 297/660 – #332 – Fred Kendall, Padres

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Card Number:  332

Player Name:  Fred Kendall

Team:  San Diego Padres

Position:  Catcher

Image Style: Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues: 12 seasons, 1969-80

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Kendall played in 103 games for the Padres in 1975.  He hit .199 as he connected for 57 hits in 286 at-bats. Of his 57 hits, Kendall collected 12 doubles and 1 triple with 16 runs scored and 24 RBI.

Notes From Career:  Fred Kendall played for three different teams during the course of his 12-season major league career.  He is a lifetime .234 hitter with 603 hits on his resume.  In 877 career games, Kendall scored 170 runs while also driving in 244.

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1975 Topps Set Card 281/660 – #365 – Bob Bailey, Expos

1975 Topps Set Card 281/660 – #365 – Bob Bailey, Expos

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Card Number: 365

Player Name: Bob Bailey

Team:  Montreal Expos

Position: 3B, Outfield

Image Style: Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues: 17 seasons, 1962-78

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Bob Bailey played in 106 games for the Montreal Expos during the 1975 baseball season.  He hit .273 with 62 hits in 227 at-bats for the team.  Of his 62 hits, Bailey connected for 5 doubles and 5 home runs while also stealing 4 bases.  He drove in 30 runs in 1975, and also scored 23 times.

Notes From Career:  Bob Bailey is a career .257 hitter that played for five different major league clubs during his 17-season career.  Bailey has 1,564 career hits that includes 234 doubles and 189 home runs.  He stole 85 bases during his playing days while scoring 772 runs and driving in 773.

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1975 Topps Set Card 272/660 – #243 – Jim Kaat, White Sox

1975 Topps Set Card 272/660 – #243 – Jim Kaat, White Sox

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Card Number:  243

Player Name:  Jim Kaat

Team:  Chicago White Sox

Position:  Pitcher

Image Style:  Posed Portrait

Years In The Major Leagues:  25 seasons, 1959-83

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Jim Kaat appeared in 43 games for the Chicago White Sox over the course of the 1975 baseball season.  He had a record of 20-14, with 12 complete games thrown and 1 shutout.  Kaat worked 303 innings during the year, allowing a league-high 321 hits and 121 runs.  Kaat struck out 142 batters during the season and won the Gold Glove Award and was selected as an AL All-Star.

Notes From Career:  Jim Kaat’s major league career lasted 25 years spanning over 4 decades.  His numbers are worthy of Hall of Fame consideration – 283 wins, 237 losses.  2,461 strikeouts, 16 Gold Glove awards, 3.45 ERA, 3-time All-star, and 1 World Series championship!!!

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1975 Topps Set Card 270/660 – #15 – Jose Cardenal, Cubs

1975 Topps Set Card 270/660 – #15 – Jose Cardenal, Cubs

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Card Number:  15

Player Name:  Jose Cardenal

Team:  Chicago Cubs

Position:  Outfield

Image Style:  Posed Batting

Years In The Major Leagues:  18 seasons, 1963-80

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Jose Cardenal played in 154 games for the Chicago Cubs in 1975.  He hit .317 for the team, a career high.  Cardenal connected for 182 hits in his 154 games played.  Of his 182 hits, he hit 30 doubles and 9 home runs.  He also scored 85 runs for the club in ’75 while also driving in 68.

Notes From Career:  Jose Cardenal suited up for 9 different clubs during his 18-year big league career.  He is a lifetime .275 hitter with 1,913 career hits on his resume.  Cardenal stole 329 bases during his playing days while also scoring 936 runs.

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1975 Topps Set Card 266/660 – #47 – Tommy John, Dodgers

1975 Topps Set Card 266/660 – #47 – Tommy John, Dodgers

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Card Number:  47

Player Name:  Tommy John

Team:  Los Angeles Dodgers

Position:  Pitcher

Image Style:  Posed Portrait

Years In The Major Leagues:  26 seasons, 1963-74, 1976-89

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Tommy John did not play during the 1975 baseball season.

Notes From Career:  Tommy John capped his amazing 26-season major league career with a record of 288-231.  John was a 4-time All-Star pitcher who played for six different teams during his career.  He has a career ERA of 3.34 in 4,710 innings of work.  John struck out 2,245 batters in that time while allowing 4,783 hits and 2,017 runs to score.  He played in three World Series match-up during his career, coming up short in each.

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1975 Topps Set Card 258/660 – #66 – Willie Horton, Tigers

1975 Topps Set Card 258/660 – #66 – Willie Horton, Tigers

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Card Number:  66

Player Name:  Willie Horton

Team:  Detroit Tigers

Position:  Outfield

Image Style:  Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues:  18 seasons, 1963-80

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Willie Horton played in 159 games for the Detroit Tigers during the 1975 baseball season.  Horton hit .275 on the year with 169 hits in 615 at-bats.  Of his 169 hits, Horton connected for 13 doubles and 25 home runs.  He also scored 62 runs for the Tigers in 1975, while driving in 92.

Notes From Career:  Willie Horton is a 4-time All-Star that starred for six different teams during his 18-year major league career.  Horton is a career .273 hitter with 1,993 lifetime hits in 2,028 games played.  He has 284 doubles and 325 home runs on his career resume along with 873 runs scored and 1,163 RBI.  Horton is a member of the 1968 World Series championship winning Detroit Tigers.

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