Here's what I came up with:
I like the close up shot, differing a bit from the images I've been using for all the others in this thread.
Cash was still putting in productive years at the tail-end of his career, having a strong 1971 season that saw him hit 32 homers (just one off the league lead), with 91 runs batted in and a nice .283 batting average for the era.
By the time he retired after the 1974 season he finished with 377 homers, 1104 RBI's, 1045 runs scored and a solid .271 batting average.
His 1961 year was massive, posting a league-leading .361 average with 193 hits, 119 runs scored, 41 homers and 132 RBI's.
Besides average, Cash would pace the American League in hits, on-base-percentage and intentional base-on-balls.
But it all gave him nothing but a fourth place finish in MVP voting thanks to guys like Maris, Mantle and Gentile.