Ask the average baseball fan what Fritz Ackley, Bill Sorrell, Bill Denehy and Ron Tompkins have in common and most would struggle to even recognize the names. Ask the same question up and down the aisles of any number of shows popping up across the country throughout the second half of 2021, and the answers aren’t likely to change. Yet for a four-year span between 1965 and 1968 these newly-minted major leaguers found themselves sharing precious cardboard real estate with some of the greatest players the game has seen. They rubbed shoulders with baseball royalty, if only for a moment,…

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