I didn't much care for Josh for a while and by the time I got used to him he was gone. He just never seemed to shut up.
Here is The card Pat auto'ed at the convention:
Mike Hubbard didn't do squat for the Cubs but Houston had quite a few clutch hits:
Kevin Orie had the looseiest, goosiest swing I've ever seen. Had a 10" hole in his swing:
Jim was a likeable guy but he always seemed to take out pitchers one or two pitches too late:
Jeff Blauser was aquired as a free agent and was terrible. Mickey was traded for Doug Glanville and both players had a few productive years with their new teams.
Just the way you want a trade to pan out.
Mark was the most popular Cub at the time this card was made but we know that changed the next year.
He led MLB in hits and doubles in the '90s.
Look at Sammy. He should bulk up or something if he wants to make a name for himself.
Might not have been all Sammy sending those fireballs into the night but it was fun to watch.
Catcher guy. Played hard. I didn't care. Just couldn't come around to him.
I guess that's not nice, considering he signed this for me:
Mr. .500. Gave you innings. Got you little.
Wacky man! Black licorice, dental hygiene and line jumping-all within 2 minutes.
Nice auto though:
And here is what the backs look like.
I wrote this at 2 in the morn so I kind of just did it to get it done.