There were 50 different card sets to go through, so I had a heck of a time narrowing my picks down to just ten cards. No doubt I missed some of your favorites. This time I tried to just focus on only base cards or inexpensive inserts, and I stayed far away from autographs and relic cards (save the "Honorable Mentions" at the very bottom).
Take a look at my choices below, and let me know if you agree. Better yet, what would be your picks? Click on any pic to embiggen.
#10There is no better way to start this list than with Topps 2014 Opening Day set and the "Superstar Celebrations" insert card of Yasiel Puig sliding into home. This card immortalizes Puig's very first walk-off hit (a home run) in a game against the Cincinnati Reds on July 28, 2013. The score was 0-0 in the bottom of the 11th inning and right-hander Curtis Partch was on the mound. On an 0-1 count with the bases empty Puig unloaded, flipped his bat and slid into home to put an exclamation point on his endeavors. Watch a video of the event here. Go here to check out all of the other Dodger cards in this set.
2014 Topps Opening Day
#SC-25 Yasiel Puig
#9Some of you might think I'm crazy for including this card, but I just couldn't help it. The card is so goofy... So brilliantly ugly... So fantastically stupid... That I couldn't help but think of it as being so bad, it's awesome. Featured here is Upper Deck's Goodwin Champions card of Ron Cey, "The Penguin" in a tuxedo. Get it? Go here to check out the other Dodger cards in this set.
2014 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions
#4 Ron Cey