1933 Goudey - #7 Ted Lyons - Chicago White Sox - Hall of Fame - SGC 2. He remains the Sox franchise leader with 260 wins. Lyons was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955. Lyons began pitching for the White Sox in 1923 after playing collegiate baseball at Baylor University. He never pitched in the minor leagues.
In 2013, the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award honored Lyons as one of 37 Baseball Hall of Fame members for his service in the United States Marine Corps during World War II. 1933 Goudey Baseball Cards (R319). Enos Gordon Goudey founded the Goudey Gum Company in 1919, which opened its first factory in Boston, Massachusetts. While cards had previously been available with cigarettes, tobacco products, and select candy lines, baseball cards were not previously available with gum at an affordable price for children - one penny per stick of gum and card. This new 1933 Goudey "Big League Chewing Gum" set contained 240 cards (or 239 depending on the treatment of the Lajoie card, #106), and each card measured 2 3/8" by 2 7/8".