Ricky Jordan was the first baseman, or one of the first basemen, playing in 92 games in 1990. In his rookie season of 1988, Jordan hit .308, and he followed that up by hitting .285 in 1989. He didn't have as good a 1990, batting just .241. That was the worst of his career, and he had several better years afterwards.
This Daulton is a great example of how catchers make some of the best pictures on baseball cards.
Charlie Hayes started with the Giants in 1988, but was traded to the Phillies with Terry Mulholland for former NL Cy Young winner Steve Bedrosian mid-1989. He only stayed with the Phillies through 1991, and had his best year with the Phils in 1990, with 57 RBI and a .258 average in 152 games. He hit better later in his career, with other teams.
Dickie Noles was a member of the 1980 World Series championship team, and then bounced around the majors, with the Cubs, Rangers, Indians, Tigers, and Orioles, before returning to the Phillies for the end of his career in 1990. In his career from 1979 through 1990, Noles achieved a career 36-53 record with a 4.56 ERA and 11 saves.
Carmelo Martinez was only with the Phillies for part of the 1990 season, playing in 71 games, batting .242 with 31 RBI, before being traded to the Pirates. Ready was with the Phils a little longer, part of 1989, and all of 1990 and 1991. His offensive numbers were pretty similar to Martinez'. By 1992, Mickey Morandini was ready to be the starting second baseman.
That's it for this week -- thanks for reading! I'm running out of oversized cards to feature on Saturdays, but I think I have one more oversized post coming.