Previously in this series:
- 1986 Donruss All-Stars Part 1 (1-10).
- 1986 Donruss All-Stars Part 2 (11-20).
- 1986 Donruss All-Stars Part 3 (21-30).
- 1986 Donruss All-Stars Part 4 (31-40).
|#41. Phil Bradley.|
|#42. Dan Petry.|
|#43. Guillermo Hernandez.|
This was the second of three consecutive All-Star appearances for Hernandez, who, like Petry, also won the World Series with the Tigers in 1984. He even won both the Cy Young and the AL MVP that season, as he finished 68 of the Tigers' games, earning a 9-3 record with 32 saves. Hernandez was also on the pennant-winning 1983 Phillies. He stayed with Detroit through the end of his career in 1989, pitching with them in the ALCS again in 1987 when the Tigers won the AL East.
|#44. Tom Brunansky.|
|#45. Alan Trammell.|
Trammell entered the game in the 7th inning, substituting for Cal Ripken, Jr. at shortstop. Like most of the AL batters, he wasn't very effective at the plate that night, grounding out off Goose Gossage in the 9th, in his only plate appearance. This was the third of six All-Star appearances for the MVP of the 1984 World Series.
|#46. Donnie Moore.|
|#47. Wade Boggs.|
|#48. Ernie Whitt.|
|#49. Harold Baines.|
|#50. Don Mattingly.|
That's it for this week. We have one more installment to go, so we'll see the last ten cards, including the Metrodome itself, next week. Thanks for reading!