A Welcome Addition to the Baseball Stat Bookshelf — Bats and Stats

In the 1950s, when Topps became the leading baseball card company, card-collecting gained popularity among kids. The cards were interesting to look at and easy to understand. Among their main draws were the stats on the card’s back. By quantifying a player’s performance they strengthened our connection to the game. Henry Louis Aaron’s 1954 Topps […]

A Welcome Addition to the Baseball Stat Bookshelf — Bats and Stats


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