Known as one of the better defensive backs of his era in The National Football League, Louisville, Kentucky’s Cris Dishman was actually a standout wide receiver at St. Francis DeSales High School. When the speed burner arrived at Purdue University, Dishman transitioned to the defensive side of the ball, becoming a standout defensive back for the Boilermakers. The emerging star … [Read more...] about Card Back Q&A: Cris Dishman Talks Emotional Play, Ball Hawking Mentality and Trash Talking the G.O.A.T.
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La Mirada, California native Eric Valent was a college baseball standout in every way imaginable. More than two decades after his career at UCLA ended, he still holds the Pac-10 record for career home runs with 69. The powerful hitter also still holds team records for career RBI with over 200. He led the Bruins to the 1997 College World Series and was named Pac-10 Player … [Read more...] about Card Back Q&A: Eric Valent Talks Pumping Iron with Troy Glaus, First Little League HR
Toronto, Ontario born Rob Ducey played for six clubs during a 13-year career in the major leagues and even had a stint in Japan. The former outfielder holds the distinction of being the first Canadian born player to play for both MLB teams in Canada (Expos and Blue Jays) and also represent Canada in the Olympic Games. He was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame … [Read more...] about Card Back Q&A: Rob Ducey Talks Playing Softball, High School Wrestling and Beauty Pageant Wife
In the latest edition of Card Back Q&A, former Orioles All-Star Gregg Olson talks religious analogies and 1991 Donruss, spring training haircuts, his curve ball and the hazards of being a closer. Tony Reid-You were a Donruss Diamond King, which is a big deal. 1991, it stated ‘You can't get to heaven without a strong bullpen.’ They called you a guardian angel. What are … [Read more...] about Card Back Q&A: Gregg Olson Talks Diamond Kings, ‘Paralyzing’ Curveball and Studio Serial Killer Card