Now, I've never been divorced, but I know how messy some can get. Likewise, there are marriages that end with both sides still being on friendly terms and where each still care for the other. My split with the Braves, a marriage consummated in 1981, is like the one where you can't stand your ex, but have kids involved. In this case, one of the kids involved happens to be Andruw Jones.
It's easy to look at today's card and automatically think of Game 1 of the 1996 World Series, where the 19 year-old Jones homered in his very first two at-bats. But a closer look at the card reveals a different moment: homering in the bottom of the 6th during Game 7 of the 1996 NLCS. Cardinals fans will undoubtedly have bad flashbacks to this game, in which the Braves routed the Cards 15-0 to pull off an improbably comeback to advance to the World Series. One thing of note regarding Jones' homer- the home run came in the sixth inning and the young budding star would walk in his next (and final) at-bat. Thus, when you consider his first two WS plate appearances, he would homer in three straight post-season (official) at-bats.