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Allie Pierce Reynolds – Pitcher – New York Yankees – Tops 141
Card Excerpt:
Home: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Born: February 10, 1918 – Bethany, Oklahoma
Height: 6’ Weight: 195
Throws: Right Bats: Right
“The Chief” topped AL pitchers in Strikeouts and Earned Runs Average in 1952 when he turned in 20 victories for the first time in his Major League career. In 1942 he was also tied for most Shutouts (6). Since coming to the Yankees from the Indians after the 1946 season, Allie had records of 19 wins 8 losses in 1947, 17 wins 6 losses in 1949, 16 wins 12 losses in 1950 and 17 wins 8 losses in 1951. His two no-hitters in 1951 tied a Major League record.

Duke Snider – Outfield – Brooklyn Dodgers – Tops 170
Card Excerpt:
Born: September 19, 1926 – Los Angeles, California
Height: 6’ 1” Weight 185
Throws: Right Bats: Left
The “Duke of Brooklyn” was the National League Home Run King last year. He also placed second in Runs Scored. One of the most respected hitters in baseball, Duke was the National League’s number one Slugger in 1956 and had another fine season patrolling center field. In the 1956 World Series he led the Brooks with 7 hits and a .304 Batting Mark.

Mickey Mantle – Outfield – New York Yankees – 10
*Card is Reprint
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 20, 1931
Home: Dallas, Texas
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 192
Throws: Right Bats: Both Right & Left
Mickey was American League Homer King for the third time last season. In the 1958 World Series he poled a pair of round trippers in the second game. He was M.V.P. in 1956 and 1957.

Bob Clemente – Outfield – Pittsburgh Pirates – Topps 150
Card Excerpt:
Born: August 18, 1934
Home: Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 175
Throws: Right Bats: Right
The heavy hitting veteran racked up his fourth National League batting championship last season! Bob spearheaded the Bucs’ offense in 1967, leading the club in homers, RBIs, and triples.

Andy Pafko – Outfield – Milwaukee Braves – 223
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 25, 1921
Height: 6’ Weight: 190
Home: Chicago, Illinois
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Andy is one of the game’s most popular veterans. Since breaking into the majors in 1944, he’s been a World Series performer with the Cubs, Dodgers, and last fall with the Braves, when he got three Series hits.

Gordon Stanley “Mickey” Cochrane, nicknamed “Black Mike” – Catcher & Manager/Coach – Philadelphia Athletics & Detroit Tigers
Born: April 6, 1903
Height: 5’ 10” Weight: 180
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Mickey Cochrane was a player, manager and coach. Cochrane was considered one of the best catchers in baseball history and is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Yogi Berra – Catcher & Manager/Coach – New York Yankees – Topps 21
Born: May 12, 1925
Height: 5’ 7”
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Card Excerpt:
Probably the biggest sports story during the Winter season of 1963 was the announcement that Yogi Berra was going to manage the New York Yankees in 1964. The Yankee organization couldn’t have found a man with greater knowledge and love for the game than Mr. Berra. A three time winner of the American League’s Most Valuable Player Award, Yogi has set many records in World Series competition as well as in regular season play. Joining New York in 1946, Yogi first hit over .300 in 1948. In 1950, the backstop had one of his finest seasons at the plate as he hit .322 and socked 28 home runs. Two years later, Yogi tied an American League record for catchers by hitting 30 home runs in a single campaign. During his career, the catcher hit 358 circuit clouts which placed him 14th among the all-time home run sluggers.

Gerrit Cole – Pitcher – Pittsburgh Pirates – Stitches Card Topps 2020
Born: September 8, 1990
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 220
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Card Excerpt:
All-Star Stitches Card from 2020 Topps Baseball Update Series. The relic contained on this card is from a workout jersey worn during the 2015 Major League Baeball All-Star Game Festivities.

Garrit Cole – Pitcher – Pittsburgh Pirates – US 150
Born: September 8, 1990
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 220
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Card Excerpt:
Well, that didn’t take long. Just one week into his Major League career, Gerrit made history in 2013 by becoming the first pitcher to defeat Cy Young Award winners in each of his first two starts. Pirates catcher Michael McKenry spoke for an excited clubhouse and a hopeful fan base when he described the former UCLA star as “a special cat.’

Walker Buehler – Pitcher – Las Angeles Dodgers – (3 Cards: Rookie Performers, 46 & 177 Series1)
Born: July 28, 1994
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 175
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Hometown: Lexington, KY
Card Excerpts: (3 Cards)
(Card 1) Rookie Card –
Vida Blue made his MLB debut for Oakland in 1969. One year later, retaining his rookie status, he was the talk of the game after throwing a no-hitter. Buehler had a shot at becoming the 23rd rookie to fire one when, on May 4, 2018, he spun the first six innings of a combo no0no in just his third start.
46 Card –
(Card 2) Bowman Briefing
Resume: Pitched Vanderbilt to consecutive College World Series trips in 2014 and 2015… Started NCAA title game as a sophomore… Struck out more than one per inning in 2015.
Skills: Throws mid-90s fastball with great control…. Keeps ball down in zone…. Can also lean on curve, slider and change-up…. Changes speeds effectively…. Boasts high baseball Baseball IQ.
Up Close: Drafted by the Pirates in 2012, but opted for college…. Led summer team to Cape Cod League title… Was named Cape Cod League co-Most Valuable Player.
(Card 3) 177 Series 1 Card –
The Dodgers drafted Walker early in 2015 knowing that the former Vanderbilt ace would need Tommy John surgery before throwing another pitch. Their faith was validated, as the 100-mph-throwing right averaged 12.7 Strikeouts per ever 9 innings pitched over three levels of the farm in 1917. Promoted late in the year, he fired two scoreless innings in his Major League debut of September 7.

Bo Bichette – Short Stop – Toronto Blue Jays – 2020 Topps #78 MINT
Born: March 5, 1998
Height: 6’ Weight: 185
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Hometown: St. Petersburg, FL
Card Excerpt:
Transitions to the highest level don’t get much smoother than Bo’s in 2019. While settling a Blue Jays record with 31 hits in his first 21 career games, Bichette also led the big-leagues in doubles (12), extra-base knocks (19) and total bases (65) over that span. No rookie had ever gone deep twice in a game against Clayton Kershaw before Bo did it on August 20.

Curt Flood – Outfield – St. Louis Cardinals – Topps 245
Born: January 18, 1938
Height: 5’ 9” Weight:165
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Oakland, CA
Card Excerpt:
One of the steadiest players in the majors. Curt is always around the 300 mark in hitting. He is swift afoot and a defensive sandout. Curt was honored by his teammates in 1965 when he was voted “The Most Valuable Cardinal.”

Juan Soto – Outfield – Washington Nationals – Rookie Debut – Topps US104 Update Series
Born: October 25, 1998
Height 6’ 1” Weight: 185
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Home: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Card Excerpt:
MLB Debut: 0-For-1
Just the second teenager over to play for the Washington Nationals, Soto showed up on May 20, 2018 for a pinch-hitting assignment against the Dodgers. One day later, the maga-prospect made his initial start memorable with two hits, including a 442-foot three-run homer to the opposite field.

Luis Robert – Centerfielder – White Sox – Topps ESTB-14
Born: August 3, 1997
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 185
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Havana, Cuba
Card Excerpt:
Complete Minor League Batting Record, Major League Pipeline lists Luis as the game’s number 3 prospect for 2020. He’s one of only two with a “65” power tool and “55” hit tool.

Ronald Acuna Jr – Outfield – Atlanta Braves – Topps U-145 Update Series
Born: December 18, 1997
Height: 6’ Weight: 205
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: La Guaria, Venezuela
Card Excerpt:
2019 MLB All-Star Game
Was selected in the first full season, starting in center field…. At 21 years, 203 days of age, was the youngest Braves player ever to reach the Midsummer Classic and the youngest on either 2019 roster…. Batted .292 (.331 in June) with 21 Home Runs , 53 Runs Batted In and 13 Stolen Baes in the first half.

Mike Trout – Centerfielder – Los Angeles Angels – Topps Update U-119 Update Series
Born: August 7, 1991
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 235
Throws: Right. Bats: Right
Home: Millerville, New Jersey
Card Excerpt:
Major League Active Leaders In On-Base Percentage
Trout was the American League On Base Percentage leader each year from 2016-2019, charting a .445 composite in the span. The recent surge has sprung him into the top 20 of all time.

Board 2 Card Collection – All Cards Are Being Sold As One Lot

Bobby Richardson – Second Base – New York Yankees – Swell 49
Card Excerpt:
Born: August 19, 1935
Height: 5’ 9” Weight: 170
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Sumpter, South Carolina
In his ten full seasons with the Yankees, second baseman Bobby Richardson was as solid and dependable a player as the club had. From 1960 until he ended his career after the 1966 season, Richardson played in no few than 149 games and for three straight years, 1962-1964, led the league in at-bats. A Stellar defensive player and crafty hitter, Richardson was a seven-time All-Star and a five-time Gold Glove winner. He hit .300 or better twice in his career and led the American League with 209 hits in 1962. Bobby played in seven World Series with the Yankees and, in 1960, became the only World Series Most Valuable Player for the losing team.

Ichiro – Outfielder – Marlins – Topps 83-67 166/299
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 22, 1973
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 175
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Home: Kasugai, Japan
Major League Batting Record

Shohei Ohtani – Pitcher/Designated Hitter – Los Angeles Angels – Topps T52-43
Card Excerpt:
Born: July 5, 1994
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 210
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Home: Oshu, Japan
After spending all of 2019 as a Designated Hitter he rehabbed from an elbow injury, Shohei began a return to the mound in 2020 before hitting a bump in his progress. The pitching/hitting two-step was his trademark in 2018, when he won the American League Rookie of the Year Award by hitting 22 homers and posting a 3.31 Earned Run Average in 10 mound starts. The Angels expect him to return in 2021 to his extraordinary double duties.

Justin Verlander – Pitcher – Houston Astros – Topps 83-98
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 20, 1983
Height: 6’ 5” Weight: 225
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Manakin Sabot, Virginia
Complete Major League Pitching Record

Bo Bichette – Shortstop – Toronto Blue Jays – Topps BP142
Card Excerpt:
Born: March 5, 1998
Height: 6’ Weight: 200
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Petersburg, Florida
Bowman Briefing
Resume: Tied for scond in 2016 Golf Coast League in Runs Batted In…. Had four three-hit games…. Number 12 Blue Jays prospect (…. Won Home Run Derby at Under Armour All-American Game.
Skills: Elite-run producer with fine power… Covers every corner of the zone…. Brings a mature approach to each at-bat…. Benefits from baseball bloodlines.
Up Close: Followed father (Dante) and brother (Dante Jr.) into pro ball… Homeschooled student played at Lakewood High in Florida…. Planned to attend Arizona State.

Francisco Lindor – Shortstop – Cleveland Indians – Topps 39 Opening Day
Card Excerpt:
Born: November 14, 1993
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 190
Throws: Right Bats: Both
Home: Toa Baja Puerto Rico
Francisco was, in 2017, the second-youngest shortstop (to Alex Rodriguez) with a 30 Homerun season. However, Hall of Fame offseason training partner Barry Larkin hails his overall talent: “He’s boss on both sides of the ball.”

Clayton Kershaw – Pitcher – Las Angeles Dodgers – Topps Update Series U-90
Card Excerpt:
Born: March 19, 1988
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 225
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Home: University Park, Texas
A five-time National League Earned Run Average titlist, Kershaw’s 2.44 is the lowest of the live-ball era (2,000+ Innings Pitched). No other active pitcher at that innings level owns one lower than 3.20.

Albert Pujols – Designated Hitter – Las Angeles Angels – Topps 582 Series 2
Card Excerpt:
Born: January 28, 1980
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 240
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Albert became the ninth member of the 600 Home run fraternity on June 3, 2017, but just the second to join a “hundredth” club by hitting a grand slam. Carlos Delgado’s 400th blast, in ’06, also was a grannie.

Mookie Betts – Rightfielder – Boston Red Sox – Topps All Star Game U-268 Update Series
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 7, 1992
Height: 5’ 9” Weight: 180
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Nashville, Tennessee
2016 Major League All-Star Game – Was invited for the first of four successive summers… Went 1 for 2 with a run scored as starting right fielder… Was initial player in Major League Baseball lore to homer in each of first two innings of back-to-back games (May 31-June1), simultaneously tying a record with five in two contests.

Aaron Judge – Outfielder – New York Yankees – Topps AJ9
Card Excerpt:
Born: April 26, 1992
Height: 6’ 7” Weight: 282
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Linden, California
June 11, 2017: First to 20 – Judge was the first player of the 2017 season to hit his 20th home run – the only time in Major League history a rookie has been able to claim that distinction. He put number 20 (as well as number 21) in the books as the Yankees obliterated the Oriels, 14-3. It soared 495 feet – the longest of the campaign.

Pete Alonso – First Base – New York Mets – Topps U-187 Update Series
Card Excerpt:
Born: December 7, 1994
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 245
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Tampa Florida
2019 Major League All-Star Game – Only Mets non-pitching rookie ever to be selected…. Set National League rookie records for pre-Major League Baseball Game Home Runs (30, topping Cody Bellinger’s 25) and Runs Batted In (68, besting Albert Pujols’ 66)…. Hit bases-loaded, two-run single for the first Run Batted In in the contest by an National League rookie since 1949.

Valdez Framber – Pitcher – Houston Astros – Topps 376 Series 2
Card Excerpt:
Born: November 19, 1993
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 293
Throws: Left Bats: Right
Home: Palenque, Dominican Repubic
Teammates have noticed that nothing seems to faze Framber. “Sometimes I even laugh when I’m on the mound,” the southpaw says, “I feel very confident in everything I’m doing pitching-wise.” That showed in the brief time with Houston last season. After earning a win in relief in his August 21 debut, Valdez begged another victory in a start five days later.

Nolan Arenado – Third Baseman – Colorado Rockies – Topps U-50 Update Series
Card Excerpt:
Born: April 16, 1991
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 215
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Newport Beach, California
2017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game – Completed a cycle with a behind-to-ahead, walk-off Home Run for the first time in Major League Baseball history (June 18 vs Giants)… Wrapped up a 71-game errorless streak in June…. Was second Colorado third baseman to start the contest, and team’s first player with multiple hits (2-for-2).

Gleyber Torres – Second Baseman – New York Yankees – Topps U-134 Update Series
Card Excerpt:
Born: December 13, 1996
Height: 6’ 1” Weight: 205
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Caracas, Venezuela
2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game – Reached the break with a .294 batting average, 15 Home runs and .905 On-base Plus Slugging…. In May, was youngest player (21) ever to hit six Home Runs in a six-game span…. Joined Joe DiMaggio (1936), Mickey Mantle (1952-1954) and Willie Randolph (1976) as only Yankees players to be tabbed for the showcase at age 21 or younger.

Tony Gwynn – Rightfielder – San Diego Padres – 86 Donruss 90
Card Excerpt:
Born: May 9, 1960
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 199
Throws: Left Bats: Left
Home: Poway, California
Recent Major League Performance – Contract status: Signed to 6-year contract thru 1991 with option for 1992. How acquired: Signed by Padres as 3rd round pick in 6/81 am draft. Career Highlights – In 1989 became 1st National Leaguer to win 3 straight batting titles since Stan Musial in 1950, 1951 & 1952…. Sidelined early in 1988 by thumb injury, but rallied to lead National League batting…. Led majors in batting at .370 in 1987, highest in National League since Stan Musial’s .376 in 1948…. Became first player in history to steal 50 bases and bat .360 in 1987…. Set Padres’ records for hits, runs, average and triples in 1987.

Chipper Jones – Third Baseman & Leftfielder – Atlanta Braves – Topps 333
Card Excerpt:
Born: April 24
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 185
Throws: Right Bats: Both
Home: Pierson, Florida
Chipper enjoyed the honor of being the nation’s first selection in the June, 1990 Draft. At The Boolles School he was honored as Florida High School Player of the Year last season. He led his team to State Finals for the 2nd consecutive campaign and to a 66-19 record in 3 seasons. Chipper was 3-time All-State, 3-time Jackson All-City and 3-time Bolles School MVP, The Gatorade Florida HS Player of the Year, he was selected to play for Team USA.

Ryan Mountcastle – Outfield – Baltimore Orioles – Topps T65-17
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 18, 1997
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 210
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Winter Springs, FL
Ryan went 3-For-4 with two Home Runs Against Toronto, August 30, 2020. Ryan registered 14 multi-hit games for the Oriels in 2020, highlighted by a 4-for-4 performance against the Mets on September 9. He finished eighth in the Al Roy balloting.

Rod Carew – First base – Las Angeles Angels – Topps 400
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 1, 1945
Height: 6’ Weight: 170
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Complete Major League Batting Record

Bo Bichette – Short Stop – Toronto Blue Jays – 2020 Topps #78 Mint PSA 58609916
Card Excerpt:
Born: March 4, 1998
Height: 6’ Weight: 190
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Gatun, Panama
Transitions to the highest lefel don’t get much smoother than Bo’s in 2010. While setting a Blue Jays record with 31 hits in his first 21 career games, Bichette also led the big-leagues in doubles (12), extra-base knocks (19) and total bases (65) over that span. No rookie had ever gone deep twice in a game against Clayton Kershaw before Bo did it on August 20.

Austin Hays – Outfield – Baltimore Oriels – Topps 125 Opening Day
Card Excerpt:
Born: July 5, 1996
Height: 6’ 1” Weight: 195
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Home: Port Orange, FL
Austin jetted from Rookie Ball to Baltimore in less than 12 months, claiming 2017 Oriels Minor League Player of the Year honors along the way. The first 2016 Major League Baseball draft product to reach the Majors for any team, he owns big-time power and an innate feel for the bat barrel. On September 16, he signled and homered against the Yankees for his initial hits.


Board 3 Card Collection – All Cards Sold As One Lot

Joe Montana – Quarterback – San Francisco 49ers – Fleer 1991
Card Excerpt:
Born: June 11, 1956
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 200
Throws: Right
Home: New Eagle, Pennsylvania
Passing Statistics

Joe Montana – Quarterback – San Francisco 49ers – Topps 1989
Card Excerpt:
Born: June 11, 1956
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 200
Throws: Right
Home: New Eagle, Pennsylvania
1989 Record Breaker – Most touchdown passes, Super Bowl
Joe set record throwing 5 touchdown passes in Super Bowl XXIV vs. Broncos, January 28, 1990. The former standard of 4 touchdown passes was set by Steelers’ Terry Brandshaw, January 21, 1979 and tied by Redskins’ Dough Williams, January 31, 1988

Steve Young – Quarterback – BYU – Fleer 2013 Metal Universe M-6
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 11, 1961
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 205
Throws: Left
Home: Salt Lake City, Utah

Jerome Bettis – Running Back – Pittsburgh Steelers – Bowman 110
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 16, 1972
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 243
Home: Detroit, Michigan
Bowman Briefing – Resume: Busted 1,000 yard mark for fifth time in six seasons in 1998…. Honored as Steelers’ Most Valuable Player in 1996 and 1997…. Chosen for four Prow Bowls (1993 -1994 with Rams, 1996 – 1998 with Steelers)…. Owns 37 100 yard games. Skills: Defines “big back”…. Runs with crunching authority, dragging tacklers and wearing down defenses… Displays excellent balance. Evolution: Bettis hasa been a happy, productive member of the Steelers since leaving the Rams after the 1995 season

Jack Lambert – Linebacker – Pittsburgh Steelers – NFL Pro Set
Card Excerpt:
Born: July 18, 1952
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 270
Home: Mantua, Ohio
Premier middle linebacker of his time… Key member of Pittsburgh’s famed “steel Curtain” defense…. Club’s defense captain for eight seasons…. Selected to nine consecutive Pro Bowls from 1975-1983…. NFL defensive player of year in 1976, 1979… Played on Steelers’ four Super Bowl champions in 1970’s…. Intercepted pass to insure victory over Rams in Super Bowl XIV…. Had 3 fumble recoveries in 1975 American Football Conference Championship Game victory over Raiders… Totaled 28 career interceptions, 15 fumble recoveries…. Steelers’ second round draft pick 1974… Starter as rookie.

Dan Marino – Quarterback – Miami Dolphins – Fleer 124
Card Excerpt:
Born: September 15, 1961
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 222
Home: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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James Farrior – Linebacker – Pittsburgh Steelers – Topps Football 199 – 50th Anniversary Series
Card Excerpt:
Born: January 6, 1975
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 242
Home: Richmond, Virginia
On a 15-1 team that featured the Offensive Rookie of the year (Ben Rothlisberger) and the likes of Hines Ward and Jerome Bettis, it was James who was named Steelers MVP.

Franco Harris – Running Back – Pittsburgh Steelers – Topps
Card Excerpt:
Born: March 7, 1950
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 225
Home: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Franco is NFL’s leading active rusher.
Personal Data” Miscellaneous Gained 2002 years with 24 Touchdowns at Penn State. Played in 1970 Orange Bowl and 1972 Cotton Bowl, Scored 2 Touchdowns in Senior Bowl

Mike Singletary – Linebacker – Chicago Bears – Topps 232
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 9, 1968
Height: 5’ 11 ½” Weight: 230
Home: Houston, Texas
Mike ranked as Bears’ leading tackler in 1983. He was credited with 118 Solo Tackles, 30 Assists and 4 Fumble Recoveries to lead club in those categories. Mike’s statistics last season also included 7 Passes Defended, one Forced Fumble and 3 ½ Quarterback sacks for losses totaling 23 ½ yards. Mike was accorded All-Pro recognition in 1983 and was starter in the Pro Bowl Game at Honolulu, January 29, 1984

Troy Aikman – Quarterback – Dallas Cowboys – Score 52
Card Excerpt:
Born: November 21, 1966
Height: 6’ 4” Weight: 219
Home: West Covina, California
Aikman shows no signs of slowing down, displaying the same big arm, unerring accuracy and fearless pocket presence that won Dallas three Super Bowls.

Jim Kelly – Quarterback – Buffalo Bills – Topps Gold 170
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 14, 1960
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 217
Home: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Statistics – Produced first 400-Yard Passing game of his career in September 13 win at San Francisco

Jason Pierre-Paul – Defensive End – New York Giants – Topps 136
Card Excerpt:
Born: January 1, 1989
Height: 6’ 5” Weight: 275
Home: Deerfield Beach, Florida
Jason inherited his determination from his father, Jean who brought the family to Florida from Haiti, then lost his sight when his son was less than a year old. “My Dad never quit no matter what,” says Jason. “He couldn’t see, but he never let that stop him. What I bring to the table to help my team is that I’m never going to quit, I’m going to keep rushing the ball until the whistle blows.”

Michael Irvin – Wide Receiver – Dallas Cowboys – Donruss 184
Card Excerpt:
Born: March 5, 1966
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 207
Home: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Dallas knew Irvin had it in him from the start of his career in 1998, allowing him to become the first rookie wideout to start a season opener in more than 20 years. Irvin stormed into the National Football League scene with an National Football Conference leading 20.4 yards per catch, Irvin never let up after that, winning three Super Bowls in Dallas

Brett Favre – Quarterback – Green Bay Packers – SkyBox 197
Card Excerpt:
Born: October 10, 1969
Height: 6’ 2” Weight: 222
Throws: Right
Although at the time I really didn’t think about it, I look back on that streak of 12 consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes and I’m truly amazed. I mean, it’s no big deal to throw two touchdowns in a game, but when I realized I had done it for 12 games in a row I kind of stepped back and said, “Wow!”

Lawrence Taylor – Linebacker – New York Giants – Fleer 319
Card Excerpt:
Born: February 4, 1959
Height: 6’ 3” Weight: 243
Home: Williamsburg, VA
Defensive Statistics

Ronnie Lott – Cornerback – San Francisco 49ers – Topps 156
Card Excerpt:
Born: May 8, 1969
Height: 6’ Weight: 203
Home: Santa Clara, California
NFC Pro Bowl – Ronnie’s consistent appearance at the Prow Bowl are indicative of the tenacity of his play and level of his skill. He recorded 10 pases defensed in 1984 whle adding 35 tackles, 16 assists, one forced fumble and one quarterback sack for a loss of 7 yards. Ronnie was USC’s 1980 Most Valuable Player and Most Inspirational Player of the squad.



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