Here's a card for my Hall of Fame Game Used / Relic / Autograph collection that I picked up on ebay. $0.50. Yep, fifty cents. Shipping? $1.50. Cheapest one, yet.
2007 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic, Dennis Eckersley
(Card # CM-DE)
Dennis Eckersley started with Cleveland and then went on to Boston, the Cubs, Oakland, the Cards and then returned to fininsh his career with Boston. He pitched for 25 seasons. In 17 of them he had more wins than losses. About half way through his career he went from a starter to being one of the best relievers of his time. While with the A's in 1989 he helped win the World Series with a save in game four. He was selected to the All-Star game six times. He won the American League MVP award in 1992.
Looking back on photos of Eckersley, he was a leader in the flowing mane movement of the 1980s.
He's also the pitcher that gave up the famed Kirk Gibson Home Run in game one of the 1988 World Series. Thanks, Dennis.