it's spring, and april showers (though there weren't many) have indeed brought may flowers to this part of the country. a recent review of some 1990 target dodger sheets has also brought to my attention that jake flowers played for the robins and then the dodgers in two separate stints sandwiched around time spent with another team. he was a dodger franchise double dipper.
here's flowers' 1990 target card
flowers began his big league career with the cardinals in 1923, and he played for them again in 1926 when he went 0 for 3 in the world series but still won a ring. he was traded to the robins early in the 1927 season, and he played short, second, and some outfield for them (even earning some mvp votes after the 1928 season during which he played in a career high 103 games) until he was claimed by the cardinals on waivers during the 1931 season.
back in saint louis, flowers again helped the cards win the pennant, and he again didn't do much in the world series (he was 1 for 11 this time). still, the cardinals beat the a's, and flowers had his second world series ring. after one more season with the cardinals, flowers returned to brooklyn in the 1933 trade that sent dazzy vance to saint louis. in 78 games that season, flowers hit .233 for the dodgers. he finished his career as a pinch-hitter with the reds in 1934.