alex cora also turns double plays expertly, according to the back of his 2004 topps total card
i realize now that i was remiss in last night's final post by not mentioning that johnny evers was responsible for giving us the merkle boner. had he not realized that fred merkle never touched second base, we probably wouldn't be able to say 'boner' in mixed company today. i apologize for the oversight.
back to cora - he is shown turning two on his 2001 topps card
which means he is also shown turning two on his 2001 topps chrome card
here's cora's 2005 upper deck card
by the time that 2005 card was released, cora was in cleveland with the indians. his time in cleveland was short, however, as the indians dealt him to boston during the 2005 season where he continued to make the turn at second base, as seen on his 2007 upper deck card
and his 2007 upper deck first edition card
i guess he learned a thing or two from his older brother, shown making the pivot on this 1998 pacific card
not all of the cards i have of cora show him turning the double play. i recently picked up a couple such specimens. here's a 2001 mlb showdown card showing him running the bases presumably
there are more actual double play cards on the way, so don't fret.