1989 Bowman #65 - Robin Ventura
On this day in 1994, Robin Ventura hit two home runs, including a grand slam in the seventh, helping the White Sox crush the Toronto Blue Jays at SkyDome by the score of 9-2. The grand slam was the fifth of Ventura's career.
On this day in 2012, Robin Ventura made his MLB debut as a manager for the Chicago White Sox, replacing an interim Don Cooper after Ozzie Guillen left with two games to go in the 2011 season.
This 1989 set marked the first Bowman cards in the hobby since 1955, before Topps bought out its rival gum company in 1956.