Ben Petrick played in parts of five seasons for the Rockies and Tigers. In 669 major league at-bats (equivalent to one full season) he hit 27 home runs and had 94 RBI. Forced to retire at the age of 27 due to the effects of Parkinson's Disease, he is now the head instructor at Baseball Mastery as well as a high school baseball and football coach. He kindly took the time to answer my inquires about baseball cards.
"There are some cards of myself that I like more than others, I tend to like the offensive cards, like hitting action shots rather than catching cards. I don't collect cards anymore, but growing up it was one of my favorite hobbies."
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