Gonna work this one backwards, starting at Drysdale in slot #9.
There are lots of head shots in 1960, and really in most 60's sets. Drysdale's is hatless, which they sometimes did if a player may have been changing teams. Don't think this was the case here. Gotta love the slick 'do with the part.
Don't know a lot about Al or Haywood, except I've seen them on cards a lot. I don't like it when you get three in a row with the same color scheme within the set. C'mon guys, mix it up better! Though the names are fun - you got a Ned, a Haywood, and two Al's in a row.
The first Al is Mr. Dark, who I always associate as a manager for the Padres in '78, but that was apparently only a brief stint. He also managed the Giants ('61-'64), Indians ('68-'71), and had two terms with the A's in both Kansas City and Oakland.
Ned Garver is with said A's. I always think of this when I see his name. Guess it's just because it rhymes.
And finally, coaches cards with Floaty Head Madness!!!