Sunday, April 3, 2016

1957 Padres and Customs

 I picked some more 1957 Padres and got some customs back.
Bill Moran-Bill Moran played in San Diego in 1957 and 1959.  He went on to have a 7 year MLB career.
Bill Harrell-Bill Harrell played in San Diego in 1957 and would play in the majors for 4 seasons.
Gary Bell-Gary Wiese played in San Diego in 1957 and 1958 and would play in the majors for 12 seasons.
Earl Averill Jr.-Earl Averill Jr. played in San Diego in 1957 and 1958 and played in the majors for 7 seasons.
Jim "Mudcat" Grant-the orginial Mudcat Grant pitched in San Diego in 1957 and then played for 14 years in the majors.
Brian Dorsett-Brian played in 11 games for the Padres in 1991 in the middle of an 8 year major league career.
Mandy Romero-Mandy played in 27 games in San Diego in 1997 and 1998 before playing in Boston and Colorado.
Paul Doyle-Paul split 1970 between California and San Diego, starting 9 games for the Padres.
Steve Rosenberg-Steve appeared in 10 games for the Padres in 1991 finishing his major league career after three seasons with the White Sox.


Jeremya1um said...

Nice job on the customs. I think I used the same images for a Dorsett and Rosenberg 1992 Topps custom. If you need any '92 Topps customs for the 1991 Padres team, let me know. I have done some for all of the players Topps didn't put into their set.

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