Pat being a Tigers fan (as he claims), he dropped a lot of Detroit clad players in the box.
I'll have to admit - that is a lot of Old English "D" I have to put in pages. The Stadium Club Whitaker is a pretty nice card. Great framing. Actually it's a little sad that is not a photo from Tigers Stadium in the background. Speaking of Whitaker, I made mention yesterday to remember his name when I showed a couple cards of him bunting.
AHHHHHHHH!!!! Pat even emailed me it was fun to drop all those Whitakers on a White Sox fan. The Leaf in the upper left is a difficult card as it shows Lou bunting on the back. Oh what binder to put it in? FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS! Here's two more cards that could go in multiple binders.
Nice throwbacks on those two cards. Sometimes, a turn at two will have a cameos of another player. At times you can't see the names, but other times there is no doubt who's being forced out.
And I only thought Upper Deck did those multi image cards. More gems in the box...
A lot of airborne DPs. In fact, my vote for the best of the bunch is a player launched in the air, about to make the throw to first. Enjoy...
Maybe not the best of Topps designs, but man that is an amazing shot. Ball still in Owen's hands, player just missing taking him out, SS focused on getting the runner at first. Gem card right there.
Ok - three groups down. Tomorrow we will tackle the group known as "all the rest".