The guy was a lifetime .244 hitter. He spent three years with the Cubs, hitting .162, .134, and a whopping .411 in 1995. That comes to an average of .245 over the three years. Not exactly tearing things up.
But I still have to have his autograph, because he meets my rule.
He had a certified autograph, in a year he played for the Cubs, and the card shows him as a Cub.
And somehow I missed the fact that the card existed. I don't remember how I stumbled upon it on Ebay, but after I saw the card it set me back all of $2.49 delivered to meet my rule.
It comes from the 1996 Leaf Signature Series. His is one of ten Cubs autographs in the set. And I have the other nine in my collection already. Immortal names like Leo Gomez and Ozzie Timmons. Now I can add Todd Haney to the list. Yippee!
The best thing I can say is that