Friday, January 28, 2011
Some more fun cards.
I bet Jack Armstrong didn't have to do this when he was an all star in 1990. Jack switched from the number 40 that he wore in his glory day with the Reds to the number 77 in his stints with the Indians, the Marlins, and the Rangers. Based on his stats in those three seasons, I'm thinking that 77 was about the max he hit on the radar gun.
No doubt that Trevor was the best former minor league shortstop with an older brother named Glenn who also played in the majors to ever pitch in the bigs.