Hours ago, I asked you to help me determine the most B.J. Surhoff baseball card of all time. Not the best, or the worst, or the most representative. Simply the most. I'm very happy to find that you knew exactly what I was talking about.
Here are some of your answers:
We have found a winner, courtesy of twoeightnine, who suggested this 1991 Topps Stadium Club card.
This is an extremely provocative choice. Consider the following:
Yep. This is definitely the most B.J. Surhoff baseball card ever. Never the star, but always in the periphery, waiting to take out your ankles.
1987 Topps, Future Stars (suggested by @Drewcab415 Tom Fornelli, @domifanotherkid, @BadgerNoonan , and @awesomeseank). Wow. I didn't really start paying attention to baseball cards until 1988, so any card made before then was a long-lost artifact to me. This was such an artifact. I convinced myself that Future Stars were super rare, and that the likes of Surhoff and Gregg Jefferies were destined for greatness. I was right. Sweet catcher's mitt, bro. Sweet no other catcher's equipment, bro.
Well, then! Once again, we have solved a pressing issue of our day. Thank you so much for your assistance.