2009 Topps Vada Pinson
Vada Pinson was a very good player overshadowed by one of the greatest of his generation, Frank Robinson. In his first full season in the majors, Pinson led the NL in doubles and runs scored and made the All-Star team. He followed that with another All-Star appearance in 1960, leading the NL once again in doubles. Twice Pinson led the NL in triples and twice in hits, and finished third in MVP voting in 1961. Pinson had more than 2700 hits in 18 seasons, over 1800 of those coming in 11 seasons in Cincinnati. He also played with the Cardinals, Indians, Angels and Royals. He died of a stroke in 1995.