he knew the job was dangerous when he took it. oh, that's super chicken. this is the famous chicken (formerly known as the san diego chicken) on a 1992 donruss triple play card.
here's a bona fide double play turn, or at least it's aftermath, from the same set
there's more, but first here's tom foley's 1991 upper deck card
now, that oquendo card (with andres galarraga and ozzie smith) may not be a dp turn since oquendo seems to be so far in front of the bag, and galarraga isn't sliding. but, thanks to baseball reference, i will assume that the card shows a play from the april 28, 1991 game in which the big cat walked in the fifth inning and was quickly erased on a 6-4-3 double play. as for pena's card, i believe it shows a play from june 2, 1991. tommy herr walked in the 8th inning, but was out on the front end of a mackey sasser 6-4-3.
ok, let's get back to oakland sluggers being forced out, like on this 1992 upper deck manny - sorry, manuel - lee card
as well as jeff huson's 1992 upper deck card
on his 1992 upper deck card, ozzie guillen is able to get rid of the ball
finally, here's the back of bill spiers' 1992 upper deck card
that's all the double plays we'll show for today, kids. beats visions of sugar plums, don't they?