Ricky Bones (right), with Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen and Johan Santana. - Joy R. Absalon-US PRESSWIRE
The Puerto Rican pitcher was an All Star in 1994.
In 1986 the Padres signed right handed pitcher Ricardo Ricky Bones (Yes, Ricardo Ricky) as a 17-year-old out of Puerto Rico, and five years later he was a big leaguer for the first time, making eleven starts for San Diego in 1991. The young pitcher's first real claim to fame came a few months later, though, when he was traded to Milwaukee as part of the trade that got Gary Sheffield out of town.
Upper Deck made Bones card #762 in their 1992 set:
Bones pitched five solid but unspectacular seasons for the Brewers, posting a 4.64 ERA over 151 appearances. He was an All Star in 1994, working 170.2 innings in the strike-shortened season with a 3.43 ERA despite striking out just three batters per nine innings.
Upper Deck had a Bones card again in 1994, #58:
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