Bill Slayback enjoyed a very brief pitching career with the Detroit Tigers from 1972 through 1974.
Slayback is better known as the voice behind the song, Move Over Babe. Recorded in 1973 and written by long-time sports broadcaster, Ernie Harwell, the song celebrates Hank Aaron's journey toward baseball's home run record.
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Move Over Babe (Here Come Henry)
About This Card
This card is Bill Slayback's only Topps card.
The cartoon about Slayback's skill outside of baseball is an understatement. In the book, Hank Aaron and the Home Run that Changed America, author Tom Stanton described Slayback's many talents.
Slayback who provided the music, was something of a Renaissance man. He sang, played numerous instruments, painted, sketched, and made furniture.