i am still pulling double play cards from my collection and other sources as i try to set the field for the 'greatest double play card of all-time' tournament. there are more than i realized. i picked up these two 1956 topps red sox beauties at a recent card show
the facsimile autographs kind of get in the way, but they are still nice cards that show the turn.
i picked this one up out of a dime box - it's the 2012 topps archives jose oquendo short print
unfortunately for me, there is another photo of oquendo turning two that is used for one of his short print autos in the archives release. good thing i'm not obsessive about collecting double play cards. anyway, there's a good chance that we see osborne earl smith in the background there, which is nice. ozzie is definitely featured on this 1991 score card that came out of the same dime box
and here's another dime box dp - 1990 leaf robby thompson
back to the dime box - here's a 1993 upper deck chuck knoblauch
with the last card i picked up being a 2009 topps update and highlights orlando cabrera