Monday, February 8, 2016

Anthony Claggett on baseball cards

Anthony Claggett pitched professionally for seven years, making the major leagues with the Yankees and Pirates in 2009. In 268 minor league games he went 35-26 with a 3.32 ERA. Now an assistant coach at Riverside City College, he kindly answered my questions about baseball cards.

"I was a very big card collector when I was younger. I used to organize them by team, position and name. I think my favorite card is a old Willie Mays card that my dad got me from a garage sale. It's not in perfect condition but it's still pretty neat. I have a couple cards of myself but I gave most of the cards away to friends and family who wanted them."

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