It was a week ago that Andrew McCutchen hit his 250th career homer. I've shown off a few of my cards limited to 250 copies in celebration of this event.
Today I will look at my 2014 cards limited to 250 copies.
2014 was the last year of Cutch having dreadlocks during a season and it would also be the last year before things were getting purply by Topps.
I love that Homerun chart above. I wish more cards had unique backs like that on a regular basis.
I have been dropping some trivia while looking at Cutch's career homeruns, but I think this next bit of trivia is awesome and really shows the power/speed combination that Cutch has shown over his 13 year career.
Since Cutch's 2009 debut there has only been 1 player in Baseball with 250 homeruns and 200 stolen bases. His name is Mike Trout. Cutch currently sits on 194 career stolen bases and 250 homers. It is likely Cutch joins this generation's greatest player before the season is up. Granted Trout did all that before his 30th birthday, but who's keeping track of that?