1970 Kellogg's Wally Bunker #70
1970 Rating -- 3 comment -- an okay player but I only know the stars at my age.
Bunker was 19-5 as a rookie in 1964. He finished second in the Rookie of the Year voting to Tony Oliva. The player to hit the most homers off of Bunker (5) was Oliva of course.
Bunker threw a shutout in the World Series for the Orioles. He was taken by the Royal in the 1968 Expansion Draft. He was the starting pitcher in the Royals first game.
Kellogg's selected at least one player from each team for their inaugural set in 1970. Bunker was the only Royal selected after a record of 12-11 in 1969. Like most expansion teams, there weren't any obvious choices for Kellogg's.