Tuesday, April 14, 2015

NICKNAMES OF THE '70'S #27: "YAZ" CARL YASTRZEMSKI

Here's a nice little 1972 "Nickname" card for Boston red Sox all-time great Carl "Yaz" Yastrzemski:


Fun 1972 template to make the "Yaz" pop!
It's really easy to forget that Yastrzemski was a Long Island, New York boy before he went on to become a New England legend.
And how could he NOT become a legend, what with 23 years of Major League ball, all with the Red Sox, turning in three batting titles, a Triple Crown in 1967 along with an MVP Award, seven Gold Gloves, 18 all-star nods, and 25 league-leads in primary offensive categories.
By the time he did the retirement tour in 1983, he scored 1816 runs, collected 3419 hits, 646 doubles, 452 homers, 1844 runs batted in along with a .285 batting average.
He was just plain awesome…
"Yaz"!

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