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Old 11-10-2017, 04:12 PM
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Great season at the plate for Waino this year.. .262/.452/.731

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And who can forget this celebrated slugger, courtesy of the 1936 World Wide Gum set!

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Valenzuela laying down a bunt in one of the ugliest sets in history, 88 Donruss. Cards don't get much worse than this, fellas.



Edit: sorry it's so big, just linked the image from the googles.

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Old 12-03-2017, 09:18 AM
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Valenzuela laying down a bunt in one of the ugliest sets in history, 88 Donruss. Cards don't get much worse than this, fellas.



Edit: sorry it's so big, just linked the image from the googles.
Donruss peaked in 1985. Almost all their other designs were godawful.

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I started a thread about the Donruss wax years last year. I foolishly didn't make it a poll, but a lot of guys chimed in with their favorites. I'm partial to 84 and 87 myself.

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Isn't there a Roger Clemens from his Blue Jays days where he is depicted hitting? After the start of interleague play?
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Old 12-08-2017, 03:49 PM
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Wish this one was mine!
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I just came across this 2002 Keebler of Trevor Hoffman.
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As Val said earlier, there are many prewar cards showing pitchers batting...

How about Cy Young.


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