Here's a sampling of the second part of the package I got today from Dayf.
Let's start with the greatest uniform in the history of baseball:
In 1978, White was involved in an interested deal. The Expos sent a player to be named later to the Cubs for a player to be named later and Woodie Fryman. The deal was originally made on June 9 with White being sent on June 23. In December of the same year, White was traded back to the Expos for Sam Mejias.
The deal worked out best for Montreal in the end, as White played well enough as a part time player for the Expos until 1983, and Woodie Fryman pitched well out of the pen.
Here's a nice shot of Phil Garner.
This is going to sound strange, but when I think of Phil Garner I think of the Dodgers. I know very well that he only played half a season in LA, but I still think Dodgers when I hear his name. I'll have to look, but I can only assume that he's in a Dodger uniform on most 1988 baseball cards.
It's a Yankee, but it's a nice looking card. Mr. Jones was a two time All Star.
And finally... Who's idea was it for the White Sox to wear this?
I'm trying to figure out what it says under the bill of his cap. It doesn't look like a uniform number... he wore number 12 in 1980.
Well, there you have it. I'm now 181 cards into the set, right at 25%.
Thanks again Dayf.
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