I know the 1933 Goudey set is a classic among baseball card purists, but in my opinion the 1934 edition may be even nicer.
Not only do you get the quality and bright colors of the 1933 set, you also get a nice little portrait of Lou Gehrig or in a few cases Chuck Klein.
The card's back also includes the thoughts of Gehrig, or Klein, about the player depicted.
As for Hal Trosky, he was a pretty good player.
He had a few monster seasons including 1934 when he hit .330 with 35 homers with 142 RBI. In 1936 he had his best season while batting .343 with 42 homers and 162 RBI.
Trosky finished his career with 228 homers and 1,012 RBI. Not bad.