1993 Upper Deck ‘Cy Clones’ Starring Cy Young, Fergie Jenkins, and Whitey Ford
This could be one of the coolest cards I have picked up since going after the modern issues of Fergie Jenkins.
Issued in 1993 by Upper Deck, I really don’t know the history of this baseball card. But regardless of what it is, this card appears to be celebrating some of the greatest pitchers of all-time, and I am just thrilled to see Fergie being put on the same playing field with these other legendary hurlers.
Check out this beauty:
I told you that it was great… 🙂
Posted in Chicago Cubs, Fergie Jenkins Collection
Tagged all-star, baseball, baseball cards, cy young, cy young award, detroit tigers, donruss, ed ford, Fergie Jenkins, Fergie Jenkins Collection, fleer, Hall Of Fame, HOF, new york yankees, philadelphia phillies, phillies, pinstripes, pitcher, rangers, rookie, rookie card, starting pitcher, texas rangers, tigers, whitey ford, world series, yankee stadium, yankees
Johnny Bench 1981 Topps All-Star
After 13 seasons as the Cincinnati Reds full-time catcher, the 1981 baseball season is the first in Johnny Bench’s career in which he missed an extended period of time.
Bench played in just 52 contests during that year. And still, he produced. Amassing a batting average of .309, Bench collected 55 hits in 178 at-bats. And he also rung up 8 doubles and 8 home runs.
Posted in Johnny Bench Collection
Tagged 1975 world series, 1976 world series, all-star, baseball, baseball cards, big red machine, Cincinnati Reds, collection, Hall Of Fame, HOF, Johnny Bench, most valuable player, MVP, reds, topps, world series
Dwight Gooden 1988 Donruss
My favorite stat of Gooden’s from the 1988 baseball season?
Doc started 34 games for the New York Mets in 1988. And within those starts, he threw 10 complete games!!
Atta Boy Doc!!!
Posted in Dwight Gooden Collection
Tagged 1986 world series, all-star, baseball history, cy young, cy young award, doc gooden, doctor k, DR. K, Dwight Gooden, Mets, New york mets, new york yankees, pitcher, Rookie of the Year, ROY, strikeouts, world series, yankees
Former Dodgers’ great Sandy Koufax pitched 323 innings in 1966 and didn’t hit a single batter. He set a National League record for most innings pitched without hitting a batter.
Posted in Did You Know....
Tagged 4 no hitters, all-star, baseball, baseball cards, baseball trivia, cy young, cy young award, Did You Know…., dodger stadium, Hall Of Fame, HOF, los angeles dodgers, no hitter, sandy koufax, sports trivia, yougest hall of famer, youngest hall of fame inductee
1 Month Into The Baseball Season, And Look Whose Fantasy Team Is In 1st Place!!!
I’m off to a great start, we’ll see how long it can last… 🙂
Wade Boggs 1992 Score Superstars
Wade Boggs had a flawless technique at the plate. And here, on his 1992 Score Superstars baseball card, we get to see how Boggs’ follow-through allowed him to hit so many baseballs as hard as he did.
Head is down, weight is balanced, bat is level, and foot is pivoted!!
Excellent work, Wade!!
Posted in Wade Boggs Collection
Tagged 3000 hits, all-star, baseball, baseball cards, batting champion, batting title, boston red sox, gold glove, Hall Of Fame, hobbies, hobby, HOF, new york yankees, rays, red sox, silver slugger, tampa bay rays, wade boggs, world series
Darryl Strawberry 2004 Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts
Just trying to rack up a few modern issues of ‘Straw’ now that my PC is complete. And as long as the cards have him wearing a Mets’ uniform I am good to go.
And it doesn’t hurt at all that the card just happens to look like this…
Posted in Darryl Strawberry Collection
Tagged #1 draft pick, #1 draft pick subset, 1985 Topps, 1986 world series, 1996 world series, 1999 world series, all rookie team, all-star, baseball, baseball cards, collecting, collection, darryl strawberry, dodgers, hobby, los angeles dodgers, Mets, New york mets, new york yankees, Rookie of the Year, ROY, silver slugger, topps, topps all rookie team, world series, yankees