today's post features cards from two different sheets issued as part of the 1990 target dodgers 100-year anniversary giveaway. when i first started showing cards from this set, i wasn't doing it sheet-by-sheet. instead, i posted groups of cards with no care taken from a set organizational standpoint. my current self regrets that very much. so, i'm going to finish off the sheets that have, to date, only been partially shown. here are the remnants of the first one.
yes, i've shown this card before - in the evolution series (the 'out of place guy' post). it's worth showing again in a proper target dodgers post. powell was used almost exclusively as a pinch-hitter during his lone season with the dodgers (1977). he had 10 hits (all singles) in 41 at bats, but his obp was .415 thanks to 12 walks. powell was released on august 31, 1977 and so didn't get to experience the postseason as a member of the dodgers. that's ok - he was there plenty with the orioles, including 1966 when the o's swept the dodgers in the world series.
now on to the players from this sheet that haven't made it to the blog before.
here are some cards from another sheet. same story - for some reason a few players on the sheet haven't been addressed until now.
jim bunning's 1990 target card was previously shown in the same evolutionary post as boog's, but here it is again
the other players found on this particular sheet have been featured in earlier 'sunday morning target dodger' posts. they are: gary thomasson (featured here); gus getz and bob logan (featured here); jim baxes (featured here); cesar cedeno (featured here); tommy john and hank edwards (featured here); and then there is bill reidy, a double dipper who gets a separate post later today.