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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Can You Name All of These Kellogg's Players?

Mark Fidrych only played in the majors for one team - the Tigers.  Can you name other players who appeared on a Kellogg's baseball card and also played on only one major league team or one franchise?



No hint - I haven't looked up who else might fit into this category but I can already think of some.

19 comments:

  1. Yaz, bob Gibson, E.Banks, Kranepool,B. Robinson, Clemente, J.Bench,Kaline, Freehan, Jim Palmer, willie Stargell

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  2. Mike Schmidt,Jim rice, George Brett, yount, Munson, joe Charboneau, JR Richard, Steve Rogers, j. Hiller, Steve Busby

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  3. I've come up with 41 players, not counting all-time greats. You are already over half of the way there with all 21 correct.

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  4. Wes Parker, Jose laboy don Wilson

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  5. Steve blasts, Ron Guidry, mike Norris, dave Concepcion, John castino

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  6. Dave Stieglitz, Brit burns, Kent hrbek

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  7. 32 for 32. A few interesting nicknames for Steve and Dave.

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  8. Les cairn, tom Johnson , Alan trammel

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  9. Nice work. You are saving me lots of typing. That's 36 for 36. Five to go?

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  10. You are getting close. I haven't been tracking the few that you've missed. It will be interesting to check on that tonight after a busy day.

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  11. Almost got them all. I will double check because I think you are missing one.

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  12. Stieb finished his career with the White Sox. All of the others are great answers. I've found one more that you missed.

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  13. Anyone for the last player? He played 11 years, coached for 23 more years and had multiple Kellogg's cards so this is not an obscure answer.

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  14. Stottlemyre. I had a hand written list I had made up. He was on my first draft. But I didn't type him in .

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  15. I would have never gotten a bunch of these, especially Stottlemyre. His last Kellogg's card was the first year that I got a lot of them - 1972. I also was buying lots of cards in the years immediately after his retirement.

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