Can I Keep My Jersey: Tony Fernandez

by fedoratipper - 9 cards (Last updated on Aug. 15, 2017)

1. 1984 Donruss #32 Tony Fernandez

April 24th 1979: Signed as an amateur Free Agent

2. 1991 Leaf #315 Tony Fernandez

December 5th 1990: Traded to Padres from Blue Jays with Fred McGriff for Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar
That trade sure backfired on the Padres.

3. 1993 Studio #98 Tony Fernandez

October 26th 1992: Traded to Mets from Padres for Raul Casanova, D.J. Dozier, and Wally Whitehurst

4. 1993 Select Rookie/Traded #19T Tony Fernandez

June 11th 1993: Traded to Blue Jays from Mets for Darrin Jackson

5. 1994 Fleer Update #U117 Tony Fernandez

March 8th 1994: Signed as a Free Agent

6. 1995 Fleer Update #U-25 Tony Fernandez

December 15th 1994: Signed as a Free Agent

7. 1997 Collector's Choice #309 Tony Fernandez

December 28th 1996: Signed as a Free Agent

8. 1998 Collector's Choice #527 Tony Fernandez

December 8th 1997: Signed as a Free Agent

9. 2000 Calbee - New Face #N-02 Tony Fernandez

Can't find the date he signed with them


Aug. 16, 2017 - 2:51PM

Great player, it's too bad Toronto decided he was constant trade bait.  He could have played his entire career there, but of course the Blue Jays wouldn't have acquired Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar from San Diego for himself and Fred Mcgriff. That turned out to be a great move, but at least he was brought back during the '93 season, and won a World Series with them.  He earned it.


Aug. 16, 2017 - 6:28PM

Thanks for doing this one.  I thought of it because I recently purchased a Tony Fernandez rookie card :)

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