1991 saw 16 players make their Baltimore debuts, including two players, Mike Mussina and Arthur Rhodes, who would go on to play with the Orioles for most of the following decade.
Glenn Davis #497, 4/8/91 (1991-93)
Dwight Evans #498, 4/8/91 (1991)
Paul Kilgus #499, 4/8/91 (1991)
It took me quite some time to track down a signed copy of Paul's one and only Orioles card, but I finally was able to knock his name completely off of my list.
Ernie Whitt #501, 4/14/91 (1991)
Roy Smith #502, 5/25/91 (1991)
Todd Frohwirth #503, 5/28/91 (1991-93)
Chito was the first, and still the only, MLB player to hail from the country of Belize. He's also the only Oriole to share a name, albeit spelled differently, with a snack food.
Shane Turner #505, 7/17/91 (1991)
Shane played in 56 major league games for three teams over three seasons, and only four of those were with the Orioles. This Line Drive Red Wings card is the only cardboard testament to Steve's time in the Orioles organization.
After his playing career ended, he became a minor league manager in the Giants farm system and held that position at various levels between 1996-2007. He is currently the Coordinator of Instruction for San Francisco.
Jimmy Poole #506, 7/30/91 (1991-94)
Jim pitched 11 seasons in the Majors from 1990-2000 with eight different franchises, most notably the Indians, Orioles, and Giants. Over his parts of four seasons in Baltimore, he had a 6-3 record with a 2.86 ERA over 123 games.
Stacy Jones #507, 7/30/91 (1991)
Mike Mussina #508, 8/4/91 (1991-2000)
This awesome Arthur Rhodes signed black and white postcard was given to me by my wonderful wife from her personal collection. She's so good to me, and understands me and my collection, for the most part at least.
Francisco de la Rosa #510, 9/7/91 (1991)
It seems like almost all of Luis's cards picture him wearing the orange uniform, and I'm fine with that, as I kind of enjoy orange uniform autographs.
Jeff Tackett #512, 9/11/91 (1991-94)
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