more recently, i've been paying more attention to the opposite types of cards - cards with dodger players in uniform, but with a different team affiliation. like this 2000 pacific paramount raul mondesi card
that's dodger blue that he's wearing, but the card says that he is a blue jay now.
other examples in my collection include a few gary sheffield cards. here are his 2002 fleer platinum,
2001 fleer premium,
kevin brown has a ton of dodger cards - the benefit of being the best pitcher on some pretty non-descript dodger teams, but his 2004 upper deck diamond collection all-star lineup card
adrian beltre famously left the dodgers after leading the league in home runs in 2004. the result were some non-dodger dodger cards in 2005 fleer classic clippings
here's a 2007 upper deck greg maddux card
on which the words say 'padres' but the photo says 'dodgers'.
the most unusual example of these cards may well be this 1995 score summit antonio osuna card
i doubt that we'll see any of these any time soon with just one manufacturer licensed to produce cards that feature actual team names. still, as that 2006 valentin card shows, topps may yet surprise me once again.