If there is such a thing as All Star insert 'commons' I suppose these three cards would fall under that heading. They certainly are not the big names that fill some of the other slots in this 21 card subset. I recently finished it off and these are about half of the cards I'd been lacking.
Herb Score is one of the more interesting stories in 50's baseball lore. The back of the card here hints at it but you can read more here in his New York Times obit. He put up world beating numbers in his first two seasons with the Indians and was off to a great start in 1957 when that line drive derailed his career. He never again approached anything close to his glory days.
Bob Turley won over 100 games in the AL, mostly for the Orioles and Yankees. 1958 was his one 20+ win season.
These are really neat cards i think. I love the 'vs. team' stats lines. I feel richer knowing that "Bullet Bob" Turley beat the Athletics four times in 1957.
I'll be posting the 'big name' cards I picked up to finish these off later in the week.