yes, it's saxy time. i recently picked up a few cards of the former dodger second baseman via sportlots, most of which show him turning two at second base. like this 1990 score 100 superstars card
it kind of looks like he's losing his hat there.
this next one is his 1991 score 100 superstars card, and i count it as a dp turn due to his positioning around the second base bag.
his 1991 upper deck card definitely displays his dp turning talent
sax may have been more comfortable in the kitchen, as this 1993 usa rice council card suggests.
there was a non-double play card in the group that i did order, however - a 1988 fleer mini
i picked up another small sax collectible in a separate deal. this one is a 1990 topps doubleheader thingy which consists of a miniature version of his 1990 topps card encased in plastic
backed with a miniature version of his 1982 topps rookie card
i smell a custom card coming up sometime soon. i just realized that i forgot to pick up a copy of sax's 1987 drake's card while on this recent buying spree. it's been added to the nefarious 9, if anyone has a copy. you will be rewarded!