1990 Upper Deck – Carlos Quentin
This is where things start to get a bit harder. I have always loved watching Carlos play. No matter what his at bats are usually exciting. He doesn’t get cheated, and rarely watches a third strike. You get your money’s worth when he steps in. He may hit a towering home run, or just simply let a 95 mph fastball hit him in the chin. He was fun to watch, but if you want to watch him from now on you have to watch the Padres. We share the same birthday as well. It will be interesting to see what Carlos does in the National League. I have seen one of the pitchers that the Sox got in return when he was in Single A. Simon Castro was a beast for For Wayne of the Midwest League. Hopefully he can show that form in the bigs.
This is the 15th card that Carlos has appeared on for this blog. The picture is of him hitting one of two home runs against Seattle last season. Carlos usually had a great game when I was in attendance. Maybe the Padres should hire me as a fan so that he can have a great season. This is also the 3rd 1990 Upper Deck card that I have attempted to make.