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Any information on a checklist for these players of an autographed card would be appreciated to help narrow my search. Bill "Swish" Nicholson-a perennial all-star for the Cubs in the 1940s. He is best known for being a principal contributor on the 1959 champion Dodgers. He also was a three time all-star and key contributor to the 1971 champion Pirates. Bob Walk-remembered by Phillies fans for starting game 1 of the 1980 World Series. Bo Diaz- a solid two-time all-star catcher over a 13 year career.He was also a member of the 1945 Cubs, the well-known next-to-last World Series team of that franchise. He was on the Pirates for a long time, including those oh-so-close teams of 1990-1992. He played for the Indians, Phillies, and Reds and was the main catcher on the 1983 Phillies pennant winners.
Josh Selby is currently playing in Israel, but he was a member of the Memphis Grizzlies, Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Lakers (though he only saw floor time with the Grizz) during his time in the NBA.One is that the player passed away prior to the influx of autograph issues (prior to 2000) and wasn't popular enough or HOFer enough to secure cut signature autographs in various sets, and the other is players that just never seemed to put pen to card even though they had their fan bases (these can now be considered prime choices for new Topps Archives issues). Dave Cash- a durable second baseman throughout his career.Below is a list of the top 10 players who I think are in the Autograph Dead Zone in reverse chronological order. Bob Uecker- more known for his off-field career as an announcer/actor. He held the record for plate appearances in a season (if my memory serves) at one point.Some of them I have not yet purchased because of price considerations, others because of paralysis of choice, and others because I have not been able to find an autograph of them available to date.Those without an autograph available (to my recollection) are players in what I would call the Autograph Dead Zone.