here's wally hood's 1990 target dodger card
i showed a few sundays back, hood's card looks like it might have been put together by georges seurat. the last time i was in chicago i took the time to check out seurat's work that we all first saw in 'ferris bueller's day off', but i digress.
hood was a brooklyn robin double dipper.
[this is the eighty-third installment in the double dippers posts. here are the previous posts - brett butler, omar daal, eric young, nick willhite, chris gwynn, mickey hatcher, dave anderson, don zimmer, rafael landestoy, dave hansen, jose vizcaino, hideo nomo, greg maddux, mike maddux, jon garland, chan ho park, vicente romo, gene mauch, denny lewallyn, von joshua, joe moeller, dioner navarro, rudy seanez, bart shirley, randy wolf, ismael valdes, bobby castillo, mike devereaux, pete richert, jay johnstone, jesse orosco, lee lacy, giovanni carrara, jeff weaver, ted sizemore, orel hershiser, tom goodwin, joe ferguson, eddie murray, matt luke, ken mcmullen, tim wallach, jerry grote, don sutton, ralph branca, todd hundley, elmer dessens, guillermo mota, joe beckwith, jamie hoffmann, babe herman, joe medwick, juan castro, ron perranoski, clyde king, paul waner, hughie jennings, ron negray, broadway aleck smith, george smith, johnny cooney, jim fairey, frenchy bordagaray, doc casey, waite hoyt, luis olmo, clyde sukeforth, willie keeler, harry howell, germany smith, johnny allen, marv rackley, bobo newsom, maury wills, dazzy vance, ray hayworth, zack taylor, john cronin, art herring, brian falkenborg, bill reidy, john anderson, and vito tamulis.]
hood began his big league career with the robins in 1920, but was plucked off of waivers by the pirates after hitting .143 in 7 games. he was 0 for 1 with a walk in his two plate appearances for the pirates, and found his way back to brooklyn for the 1921 season. hood hit .262 in 56 games for the 1921 robins, but then made just two pinch-running appearances for the club in 1922 and his major league career was over. hood stayed in the game, however, as he played (and later umpired) for a few seasons in the pacific coast league.