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Page Fence Giants succeeded on and off the field

For four years the Page Fence Giants were a successful and entertaining highlight of Black baseball.

#CardCorner: 1976 Topps Juan Beníquez

The early days of free agency were ripe with opportunity for players like Juan Beníquez, who signed with three different teams — and played with eight — during his 17-year career.

#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Larvell Blanks

Nine-year big leaguer Larvell Blanks was traded four times but rarely found the stable playing time he was looking for.

#CardCorner: 1980 Topps Kurt Bevacqua

Hitting in the big leagues was often a struggle for Kurt Bevacqua, but he made a name for himself with a breakthrough performance in the 1984 World Series.

#CardCorner: 1981 Topps Don Robinson

Don Robinson helped the Pirates capture the 1979 World Series during a 15-year big league career where he won 109 games.

#CardCorner: 1984 Topps Ron Cey

Ron Cey's power and plate discipline helped him earn a reputation as one of the best third basemen of his era.

#CardCorner: 1984 Topps Bo Díaz

Bo Díaz overcame injury to become one of the most respected catchers of the 1980s.

#CardCorner: 1974 Topps Doyle Alexander

One of the stars of the first full free agent class following the 1976 season, Doyle Alexander won 194 games over 19 big league seasons.

#CardCorner: 1983 Topps John Stuper

Trailing Milwaukee in the 1982 World Series and facing Don Sutton in Game 6, the Cardinals needed a miracle. Rookie John Stuper pitched a masterpiece to push the series to seven games.

#CardCorner: 1984 Topps Scott McGregor

With a funky, left-handed delivery, Scott McGregor lacked swing-and-miss stuff but had no shortage of postseason heroics.

#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Otto Vélez

Once a talented prospect, Otto Vélez struggled to find playing time early in his career before battling injuries later on.

#CardCorner: 1990 Fleer Rick Rhoden

Rick Rhoden overcame significant injuries to enjoy successful careers in both baseball and golf.

#CardCorner: 1976 Topps Sixto Lezcano

Sixto Lezcano hit .271 with 148 home runs in his 12-year career, and he was twice dealt in trades for future Hall of Famers.

#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Matt Alexander

Matt Alexander's value as a pinch runner kept him on MLB rosters and, in 1979, helped fuel Pittsburgh's World Series title.

#CardCorner: 1976 Topps Frank Taveras

With standout defense and elite speed on the bases, shortstop Frank Taveras battled through early turmoil to enjoy a productive, 11-year career.

#CardCorner: 1988 Topps Bob Boone

Once a college third baseman, Bob Boone played 17 MLB seasons after developing into an elite defensive catcher and an invaluable asset to pitching staffs.

#CardCorner: 1982 Topps Bill Campbell

Vietnam veteran Bill Campbell was a versatile reliever early in his career, but heavy usage led to arm issues over time.