Free-agent blog The Hall of Very Good has signed with Bloguin. Due to the late date of the transaction, Topps will have to airbrush the Bloguin logo onto HOVG’s cap for it’s next Traded/Update set.
Hopefully it comes out better than these ten terrible airbrush jobs of the past.
Random Fact: Before Williams became a Hall of Fame manager, he successfully appeared on the television quiz shows The Match Game and the original Hollywood Squares.
Random Fact: Grimsley's likeness is immortalized as the logo for some website.
Random Fact: In 1970, Brabarkewitz set the Los Angeles Dodgers' team record with 148 strikeouts. That dubious honor would last until 2008.
Random Fact: In 1974, as a member of the Atlanta Braves, House caught Hank Aaron's record-setting 715th home run while in the bullpen.
Random Fact: Based on his 1977 Topps card, Jones, seemingly, had some pretty nice hair.
Random Fact: Minton went three full seasons (269⅓ innings) without allowing a home run until John Stearns homered against him on May 2, 1982. This still is the longest such streak in the post-1920 live-ball era.
Random Fact: In 1982, Woods played in 117 error-free games for the Chicago Cubs.
Random Fact: In 1983, Denny won both the National League Cy Young Award and Comeback Player of the Year.
Random Fact: According to some, Laga is the only player ever to hit a foul ball out of Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
Random Fact: During his 12-year career, LaPoint pitched for nine different big league teams.
What card did we miss…which one was the worst? Let us know in the comments below! And as always you can follow Bo over at his site Baseball Cards Come to Life.