Kelloggs Cards

Kelloggs Cards

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Happy Birthday to One of the Few Kellogg's Players I Don't Remember

Today is Tim Cullen's birthday.  I only know of him because of his 1970 Kellogg's card.



He played from 1966 - 1972 for the Senators, A's and White Sox.  In seven years he played in 700 games.  His 387 career hits puts him near the bottom of the list for those who appeared on a Kellogg's card (Players With the Least Career Hits Who are on a Kellogg's Card).

His career average was .220.  Baseball-reference.com compares his career to Al Weis and Paul Popovich, one of my favorite Cub subs.  No one he is compared to got a Kellogg's card.

He was traded by the Senators to the White Sox in February of 1968 in a trade that sent Ron Hansen to the Senators.  Later during the same year he was traded back to the Senators for Ron Hansen.  How often has that happened?

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