Thursday, January 17, 2013
He finished 5th in the NL in Rookie of the Year voting in 1983 (behind Gary Redus, Mel Hall, Greg McMurtry, and Darryl Strawberry). Tony Gwynn did not get any votes.
He finished 21st in the NL MVP voting in 1985 (behind lots of people). Tony Gwynn finished tied for 23rd in the voting that year, with half as many votes as Doran (1).
He led the the NL in times caught stealing in 1986 with 19. Tony Gwynn only had 9.
And on this card, Bill Doran got Tony Gwynn out on a double play.
I guess some people just have your number.
Congrats on constantly one-upping Mr. Padre, Bill. And for being on one pretty awesome card.