Wednesday, April 11, 2018

1990 Topps Minis #10: Devon White

We continue with our display of the 1990 Topps Mini League Leaders set, today with #10, Devon White.
#10, Devon White.
White was one of many rookies in the 1987 Topps set.  As such, his rookie card is seared into my brain, since I spent so much time with 1987 Topps.  White played through the end of the 2001 season, winning three World Series, two with Toronto and one with Miami.  He put up career numbers of 1934 hits and 208 home runs.
Card back.
White made his way into the league leader set by coming in second in the AL triples with 13, and third in stolen bases with 44.  Despite a solid career, it looks like he never led the league in a single category, but he did place in the top 10 from time to time.

We'll continue this series next Monday with card #11, Ivan Calderon of the Chicago White Sox.  I'm hoping to get back to more regular posting soon, but am still feeling somewhat under the weather.

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