yes, it's true. there are some killer dodger double play cards out there. but don't worry, i'll be fair when i get around to seeding cards for the 'greatest double play card of all-time' tournament coming soon or relatively soon or maybe by the end of the year.
here are some fantastic (and maybe one or two pedestrian) dodger double play cards for your enjoyment.
how about a 1956 topps jim gilliam card to start things off.
fast forward about 40 years and we get this 1994 sportflics rookies and traded garey ingram card
howzabout a 1983 dodgers police derrel thomas card
not to be outdone, steve sax has turned two (or tried, at least) on his 1984 dodgers police card
this card is in the top 64, easy. 1996 topps stadium club chad fonville.
alex cora and his 2005 upper deck first pitch card
i'm not sure if i'll consider this card for the tourney or not - a 2010 topps update vintage legends pee wee reese card, in the style of 2003 topps
this next one, however, may get a very high seeding. it's pee wee's 2011 topps marquee card
pretty pretty. love the socks on the cub (?) sliding in. very nice card.
i'm off to do some seeding. let me know if there are any double play cards that you think deserve consideration. i won't have any trouble coming up with over 100 cards that i know of, but don't want to omit a nice dp turn caught on cardboard.