Another Heritage product has come out, so it's time to break out the 'Counterparts' theme.
1963 Topps #429 Lou Burdette
Acquired from the Yankees in August of 1951 along with $50,000 in cash for starting pitcher Johnny Sain, Lew came back to bite the Yanks in the arse by pitching three complete games (two being shutouts ) in the '57 World Series against the Bronx Bombers. Pitching on two-days rest, Burdette beat the Yankees 5-0 in game 7 to pick up MVP honors. It still ranks as one of the most dominating pitching performances in playoff history.
"Burdette would make coffee nervous."~ former Braves manager Fred Haney, commenting on Burdette's fidgety behavior on the mound.
Speaking of dominating [stuff] and making [opponents] nervous...
2012 Topps Heritage #429 (SP) Jonny Venters