[this is the seventh installment in the double dippers posts. here are the previous posts - brett butler, omar daal, eric young, nick willhite, chris gwynn, and mickey hatcher.]
dave anderson made his big league debut in 1983 for the dodgers, at a time when the long running infield had largely been replaced. as a shortstop, he was the first apparant successor to bill russell to emerge from the farm system. here's anderson's 1986 topps card.
here he is on one of his last cards, his 1992 score rookies and traded card:
1992 was anderson's final year in the majors, and he spent it making spot starts and late inning substitutions at short and third for the dodgers, along with occasional pinch running or hitting duties. on the season, he hit .286 in 51 games, and managed to hit 3 home runs, all of which came in a one week stretch on the road.
here's to you dave anderson, double dipper!