Every one seemed to be really high on Kevin Elster in 1988. Both Topps and Score gave him a Future Star and Rookie Prospect card, and here he is as a Young Superstar.
This isn't a good way to end the series, the photograph isn't very good. I think Kevin's tracking a fly ball.
Read the scouting report. Right there is a good example of how much the game has changed over the past 20 years. These days shortstops are expected to produce offensively; but back in the late 80s a power hitting shortstop was a rare thing.
Elster's main problem was staying healthy and in the line up. He had a good year in 1996 with Texas, going .252/24/99 in 157 games.
He briefly attempted a comeback in 2000 with Los Angeles, hitting .227/14/32 in 80 games.