I get that Ozzie Smith was nicknamed "The Wizard". Why does he need to be in an Oz-like setting on a trading card? At least they didn't make Ozzie stand in front of some portrait studio background featuring a yellow brick road and an Emerald City.
Isn't the Emerald City actually Seattle? That's a far away place compared to St. Louis. Although St. Louis is a great city. I vacationed there in 2007. I just wish I had planned the trip better. I can't switch my fiancee's birthday though.
The Cardinals weren't in town, but I did get to see the inside of the stadium from my hotel room. It would've been perfect if there was a game on. I did see the outside of the stadium. I loved the walkway with all of the messages from fans and the Cardinals accomplishments.
Ozzie Smith is a big part of that. I always loved to see Ozzie play, when I was a kid. He always seemed to be a likable guy that I could hang out with. I'm sure he spent all of his free time wishing that he could spend time with me. Then again, probably not.
I did enjoy his acrobatics in the infield and his stellar play there. Fleer could have commissioned a better drawing of Ozzie. It captures his likeness very well, but the red robes make him look like he either stepped out of the shower or joined a religious cult.
I suppose he could be trapped inside the Legend Of Zelda game. It looks a little like that and a generic Oz.
Tuesday, April 8, 2008
1994 Fleer Pro Visions - Ozzie Smith
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