Sunday, March 14, 2010

One made it, the other didn't

Who are they?
Sunday mornings is when I usually wake up and play with my toys...

Okay, not true.

Do you remember these figures? They were called "Starting Lineups" I believe they stopped making these little action figures. Who can blame them when you have McFarlane figures.

I was going through my old stuff and decided to take a picture of these two little guys. I want to find out if anyone can tell me who these former Dodgers are. I'll give you the answer in 24 hours.

Sorry, I don't have anything to give you if you win :)

13 comments:

Michael K. Smith said...

Dude. No idea. Mike Davis is the one on the left. I must have these in the basement, unless the wife threw them away.

Good memories.

eastcoastf said...

pedro guerrero is on the left..i believe franklin stubbs in on the right...they stopped making these around 1999 due to lack of interest and how mcfarlance had overtaken the market with a far superior product

p.s. what's with all the chick flicks?

Roberto said...

Haha ! Those are my wife's dvd collection. She's a big movie fan. I do enjoy them though. No problem.

Check back tomorrow for the answer to see if you were correct. :)

IBleedDodgerBlue said...

The one on the left is Mike Davis and the one on the right is definitely the one and only Jackie Robinson. Nice DVD collection btw.

Roberto said...

We have two Mike Davis answers...

Check back tomorrow :)

Eric Stephen said...

I think the only other possibility for #28 is Lenny Harris. If these were from 1989, it would be Harris and Stubbs. Otherwise, it's Guerrero and Stubbs.

PenosCabell said...

Yeah, that's definitely Pedro Guerrero and Franklin Stubbs. I'd love to see an Enos Cabell figure.

thegreatpiazza said...

Mike Davis and a black version of Mike Marshal?

Life is beautiful one of my favorite movies. The dvd's are getting more attention that those figures!

bluefanforever33 said...

a black version of Mike Marshall? oh man.

that's davis and stubbs!

Life's a Game said...

I'm going to go with pedro guerrero and Eddie Murray.

Fite Club said...

I had all the old Dodger starting lineups. Well, still do - somewhere. There weren't a lot of facial variances in production. It was hard to tell Franklin Stubbs apart from Pedro Guerrero's statue, aside from the names and numbers on the back of the uniform.

They created quite a little trading industry when they first came out because many of the players were region specific. Stubbs became pretty valuable because he was produced in lesser quantities and for full set collectors, he was just as important as a Cal Ripken or Don Mattingly

Michael K. Smith said...

My final answer; Pedro Guerrero and Mike Davis!!

Roberto said...

The answer is coming up shortly. We do have a winner :)