This is one of the cards I recently received from Spiff over at the Texas Rangers Cards blog. It was one of a hefty box of Phillies and Astros he sent. I'll be refilling the box with Rangers cards for him.
I have other examples of cards like this but this one was at hand.
I love these cards where the back photo is a continuation of the play from the front of the card. Biggio was a great at second base. You can see the concentration as he throws the ball to first to complete the second half of a double play as Wally Joyner bears down on him.
I imagine for this type of card, the photographer has his camera on autowind and just holds the shutter button down until the play is over.
I know I have a two cards where the one card features the fielder and the other card features the runner with different shots of the same play. I think it's in the 1993 Upper Deck set. If I ever find them I'll post them.
Saturday, December 20, 2008
1998 Upper Deck Craig Biggio
Posted by capewood at 10:56 AM
Labels: 1998, Craig Biggio, Upper Deck
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1991 Topps has a set of cards of plays at the plate from the same Cleveland Indians/Angel game. Check out the Junior Felix card... I know that was one.
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