Ken Griffey Jr., 1991 Jimmy Dean Signature Edition

Name: Ken Griffey Jr.
Team: Seattle Mariners ... maybe
Position: Outfield
Value of card: 3 pounds of rotting sausage
Key 1990 stat: 3 pounds of rotting sausage, eaten
Just one of those cards: We here at the Bust could skewer this card with a Top 10, a Pop Quiz or a Scouting Report, but with a card this bad, we feel the need to be straightforward. Let's start with the uniform, or the lack thereof. Maybe ol' Jimmy Dean should have forked over the extra dough to the players association to at least make it appear Griffey played in the major leagues, rather than the Southern Sausage League. Then there's the Jimmy Dean logo. A cowboy boot "J"? That's witty, partner. Also, this is a "signature edition," yet no signature appears on the card? The red and yellow border is a nice touch, though. You don't want anyone to forget this card comes from a sausage company. Griffey didn't help matters much. Look close, his teenage mustache contains 18 hairs. He's making love to the camera and is close to making love to the bat. Bottom line: It's never good to see how the sausage card is made.



  1. lame comments/ you only wish you could hit one home run and jr hit how many?
    by the way, the signature is on the back!!!!

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