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Card Number 220, Leroy Robert "Satchel" Paige, Pitcher, St. Louis Browns, from the series Topps Dugout Quiz (R414-7), issued by Topps Chewing Gum Company 1953

Card Number 220, Leroy Robert "Satchel" Paige, Pitcher, St. Louis Browns, from the series Topps Dugout Quiz (R414-7), issued by Topps Chewing Gum Company 1953

Baseball Hall of Famer, Gary Carter, who died from glioblastoma at the age of 57. Carter, a catcher, had his greatest success as a member of the Montreal Expos and the New York Mets. Before his death he was the coach of the Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish. (Image of Carter's 1980 baseball card is copyright Topps, Inc.)

Baseball Hall of Famer, Gary Carter, who died from glioblastoma at the age of 57. Carter, a catcher, had his greatest success as a member of the Montreal Expos and the New York Mets. Before his death he was the coach of the Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish. (Image of Carter's 1980 baseball card is copyright Topps, Inc.)

Willie Mays, born May 6, 1931 in Mobile, AL, is a retired American professional baseball player who spent the majority of his major league career with the New York and San Francisco Giants before finishing with the New York Mets. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979 in his first year of eligibility. Mays was nicknamed The Say Hey Kid.

Willie Mays Comes Home

Willie Mays, born May 6, 1931 in Mobile, AL, is a retired American professional baseball player who spent the majority of his major league career with the New York and San Francisco Giants before finishing with the New York Mets. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979 in his first year of eligibility. Mays was nicknamed The Say Hey Kid.

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