Earlier this week, I noted that Rob Wilfong quite possibly could have had the "most amazing display of recklessness at bat you've ever seen" on his 1987 Donruss card.
I was wrong. Wilfong was content breaking one hand.
"Why stop there?" asks Bruce Benedict. "Let's shatter both."
Clearly Benedict was not a Sonny Jackson fan, who if nothing else, could lay down a fundamentally-sound, picture-perfect bunt, all while mugging for the cameraman.
Catcher, Atlanta Braves
1987 Topps #186
Topps Fact: Bruce's off-season schedule includes speaking engagements and serving as a H.S. basketball referee.
GMT Fact: Bruce's inability to hit above .225 for three consecutive years (1984-1986) is said to have caused Dale Murphy great rage. It is widely known that any time Benedict was at bat, Murph launched into uncontrollable "heck" and "damn"-filled tirades throughout their time together as Bravos.
Shortstop-Outfielder, Atlanta Braves
1974 Topps #591
Topps Fact: Sonny's hobby is dancing.
GMT Fact: Sonny should have spent less time dancing and more time in the cage.