don sutton began his major league career as a dodger in 1966. his teammates at that time included hall of famers sandy koufax and don drysdale. when sutton pitched in his last game in 1988, also as a dodger, his teammates included orel hershiser and fernando valenzuela. here's a card of sutton from 2005 donruss throwback threads
sutton was released by the dodgers following a start in august of 1988 in which he allowed five earned runs in 7 innings of work. the loss he took that day put his record for the season at 3-6 with a 3.92 era. the last batter he faced was eric davis, who struck out and became sutton's 3,574th strikeout victim. i believe that sutton's total placed him fourth all-time when he retired. anyway, eric the red went on to play for a few more seasons (including one-plus with the dodgers), and in 2001, he found himself playing in his final game, as a giant no less. here's his 2001 topps traded card
springer, seen here on a 1998 topps card from his time with the angels
dellucci bounced around a bit after leaving the diamondbacks, and eventually made his way to cleveland which is where he was when his 2009 topps card (this is the gold parallel)
jose veras. meanwhile, has bounced around some himself after leaving the indians. after stops in florida, pittsburgh, and milwaukee, he found some success with houston in 2013 and was traded to the tigers to bolster their bullpen for the postseason. he signed with the cubs prior to the 2014 season (this is his 2014 topps card)
well, that didn't take too long...
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