The last card in the 1987 ProCards Oklahoma City Eighty-Niners team set features perhaps the most popular player in the set. Ironic that he isn't even a player at this point.
Toby Harrah was one of the most well-liked players in early Rangers history. He was also the last former Washington Senator to play in the Major Leagues. He retired as a player following the 1986 season.
In 1987 and 1988 Harrah would manage the Eighty-Niners. In 1992 he would turn in a stint as manager of the Texas Rangers before giving way to Bobby Valentine. Since then he has manged in the Mets system in 1995 and for the Rockies in 2000.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Minor League Monday - Toby Harrah, 1987 ProCards.
Labels: Card of the Day, Minor League
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