Day 13: A Favorite Card From the 1990s
Taking the lead from Tony at Off-Hiatus Baseball Cards this will be the thirteenth of 30 posts, using the prompts provided. I won't necessarily post one every day, but I will do one for each card, toss in a few "insights" (as insightful as I can be, anyway), and usually include an honorable mention or two, just because I'm like that.
Since these are basically one card posts, why not show the backs as well? The Dugout Dirt insert set had crazy 90s artwork on the back. This one shows "the road to 3,000" looping from the University of Minnesota where Dave was an ace pitcher and outfielder as well as a basketball star. Stops in San Diego, New York (with big bad George Steinbrenner looming), the seagull that Winfield pegged with a throw between innings at Exhibition Stadium, a hospital representing the lost season of 1989 due to a back injury, Anaheim, and Toronto.
Here are some honorable mentions: