|Any time I can sneak in a Pacific card like this I will!|
Gwynn also seemed well liked and respected around the league. I never heard nasty things said about him. He seemed to stay out of trouble off the field too...something a lot of today's young athletes could learn from. If Gywnn's name was in the headlines, it was for something remarkable he did in the game of baseball. For those reasons alone I started casually collecting Gwynn's cards years ago. I didn't chase the high end stuff, just a lot of the what I thought cool inserts of his I had in the 90's when I first started collecting. I tried to pick up some game used cards and I'd still love to grab a RC or two of his and an authentic autograph, but for now I'll stick with what I got.
As I was going through my meager folder of scanned Gwynn cards, I came across this one that I thought summed it all up pretty well...
|1996 Fleer Ultra|