Let's start February, the way we ended January.
The next many reminds me of a cog - always has.
Was Manny an exceptional player? No. Was he stellar on defense? No. He was however solid enough - being a good "cog" in the machine that was dependable when needed. I don't mean this to be a bad thing or said in a bad way - every team needs the dependable cogs for the machine, be it to ensure the "weak" holes are still OK, or in case a star goes down, at least they are replaced with a good alternative.
I am sure everyone can recognize such cogs at their own places of business - those guys that may not be the "star" employee, but that is dependable and does the job expected in a solid manner.
I can tell you there are a number of the subset "1992 Topps All Stars" cards missing, which makes sense as most player collectors choose all-stars, and with two to a card, more options for them being taken.
I think Klesko wins for the quartet on the prospect card, Willie McGee wins for best use of ivy on a card for this set.
I am glad, with all the Marlins and Rockies cards, they were not all stock photos, at least some were done with a baseball park background - or at least holding a bat and glove I guess.