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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Walter O'Malley

While I love the idea of a set containing all the Hall of Famers, I would die a little inside every time I opened a pack and found an executive. 20 more words

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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Bowie Kuhn

If you ever want to talk about baseball commissioners being too powerful but just the thought of mentioning Bud Selig’s name turns your stomach, Bowie Kuhn may be the solution. 29 more words

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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Billy Southworth

Billy Southworth is a three-way Hall of Famer. He was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 1988, Cooperstown in 2008, and the St. 41 more words

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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Dick Williams

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In his rookie year as a manager, the Red Sox won the pennant. He won two World Series in three years with the A’s. 45 more words

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Fun Cards: "Baseball Immortals" Goose Gossage

Goose Gossage is best known as the reliever for the late ’70s/early ’80s Yankees, or for the mid-’80s Padres. He started his career in Chicago with the White Sox, but also spent time with the Pirates, Cubs, Giants, Rangers, A’s, and Mariners. 32 more words

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Baseball Immortals: "Fun Cards" Tony Gwynn

What can be said about Tony Gwynn that hasn’t already been said? He never batted under .300 with the exception of 1982, when he played only 54 games. 30 more words

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Baseball Immortals: "Fun Cards" Cal Ripken

There was little doubt that 2007 would see two first-ballot Hall of Famers inducted; the question was who would get more votes. Cal Ripken edged out… 29 more words

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