I have a '33 Goudey Jimmie Foxx* card that I once bought for something like $10 because it's in poor condition, and the first line on the back is "Down in Sudlersville, Md., a farmer boy was playing on a high school team and dreamed of big league baseball..."
Foxx never played for the O's but he spent a season on the Easton Farmers of the Eastern Shore League. One of the few Class D teams to have two Hall of Famers. Foxx was 16 and hit .296, led the team with 10 homers. And Home Run Baker (also from the Eastern Shore) was the player-manager at 38.
* The card spells his name "Jimmy"
Just starting to get familiar with this site. The 93.5k estimate is the midpoint of their range (40k to 178k). This is with total social distancing which is obviously not happening now. It does drive into state by state detail too.