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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: 1986 Donruss Lance Parrish

With a cannon for an arm and a powerful bat, Lance Parrish was a force behind the plate for the 1980s Tigers.

#CardCorner: 1987 Donruss Aurelio López

Over 11 big league seasons, Aurelio López became one of the most successful relief pitchers in the game.

#CardCorner: 1989 Topps Bob Knepper

Bob Knepper won 146 games in the big leagues, with more than 20 percent of those victories coming via shutouts.

#CardCorner: 1981 Donruss Keith Moreland

Keith Moreland played 12 big league seasons and established himself as one of the best fastball hitters in the game.

#CardCorner: 1967 Topps Vic Davalillo

Vic Davalillo played 16 years in the big leagues and became one of the most successful pinch-hitters in history.

#CardCorner: 1979 Topps Bob Stanley

Bob Stanley will always be remembered for Game 6 of the 1986 World Series. But the two-time All-Star was one of the most durable and effective relievers of his generation.

#CardCorner: 1982 Topps Lloyd Moseby

Lloyd Moseby was the face of a young Blue Jays squad that became a powerhouse in the 1980s.

#CardCorner: 1979 Topps Joel Youngblood

Joel Youngblood entered his name into the record books with hits for two teams on the same day in 1982.

#CardCorner: 1984 Topps Leon Durham

Leon Durham helped power the Cubs back into contention in the early and mid-1980s.

#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Greg Minton

Greg Minton's 1978 Topps card was memorable. But his career as a reliever was record-setting.

#CardCorner: 1988 Donruss Hubie Brooks

Hubie Brooks was part of a new generation of shortstops who could hit for power.

#CardCorner: 1970 Topps John Hiller

Once the holder of the single-season saves record, John Hiller overcame physical challenges to become one of the best relievers of his era.

#CardCorner: 1981 Donruss Tippy Martinez

Relying on a curveball that was among the best in the game, Tippy Martinez closed games for the outstanding Orioles teams of the late 1970s and early 1980s.

#CardCorner: 1984 Donruss Frank White

In his 18-year big league career, Frank White became one of the most respected players in the game.

#CardCorner: 1986 Donruss Ed Whitson

In his 15-year career, Ed Whitson became a walking advertisement for perseverance during his final years, when he seemed to get better with every season deep into his 30s.

#CardCorner: 1974 Topps John Milner

Over 12 big league seasons, John 'The Hammer' Milner was known for his powerful left-handed swing and resemblance to Hank Aaron.