I guess I can understand that.
I have enough cards for at least two pages of Shawn Green cards; welcome to the world of the mid 90's!! Plenty of choices and inserts to satisfy everyone's pallet.
Top line: Trying to be fancy
The Crown Royale card in the center is fabulous. It looks a lot better in hand than it does on a scan. I hadn't seen a green Record Breakers insert card until I received this one a while back from a fellow collector. The Skybox Metal card just didn't scan very well, and looks kind of bland here.
Middle row: Chrome & shiny
These three cards just seemed to fit together. Ultimate Victory you could probably classify as an oxymoron; I'm not sure why UD took a base product like Victory and tried to jazz it up with foil. I guess when you end up with a license to print money like companies had back then, you'll do anything to make a buck.
Bottom row: Nothing but base
I'm going to have to take a look at the Shawn Green cards I have, because it seems that the common thread for each of them is Green hitting. Yes, he was a solid hitter during his time in the bigs, but he also was a pretty good fielder as well, ranking in the top 5 in outfield assists 5 different times, as well as having a 1.000% fielding percentage in 2005.
Maybe I just need to look harder for cards featuring him fielding...
Here's the final result.
I'm going to have to figure out a way to speed this process up a little....
thanks for reading, Robert