See what Upper Deck did here? The New York Mets had a bunch of players in 1993 that were switch hitters as well as being fairly big names, so they made a card entitled “Big Apple Power Switch.”
Along with Eddie Murray, Howard Johnson, and Bobby Bonilla, the Metropolitans that year also boasted in their starting lineup a switch-hitting catcher in Todd Hundley, and a switch-hitting left fielder in Vince Coleman. Hundley and Coleman obviously weren’t cool enough to be featured, but can you blame anyone for that? Look how graceful Murray, Johnson and Bobby Bo look here.
How did that end up, you ask? Well, they finished 59-103 that season in the midst of six losing seasons in a row. So, not great.