Ed only played 7 years in the Majors, coming up through the Dodgers farm system, moving to Kansas City and ended his career in 1967 with the Atlanta Braves.
In 1989, Ed was the Manager of the West Palm Beach Tropics Senior League, where one of my all time favorites Rollie Fingers played. Ed past away on Aug 26th, 2000 at the age of 65. From the back of the card we also learn that Ed was a switch-hitter and originally an outfielder.
Next up we have card #73 Bobby Bragan manager for the Milwaukee Braves.
Finally for this post we have card #111 "little" Al Jackson.
Look at that All-Star Rookie Trophy.
Al started with Pittsburgh, getting called up a couple of times before moving to the Mets were he played the rest of the 60's except for two years, 1966 and 67, when he was trade to the Cardinals. Al finished his career with the Reds in 1969.
And out of the three featured, Al is the only extant one of the bunch. From what I could find still living in the Waco, Texas area at the age of 76.