After receiving his 19-card package of '14 Heritage cards, I'll steal from and bastardized his feature. I ran the range of the card numbers (14 through 417) on Random.org until I drew four from the stack.
#109 MIGUEL MONTERO
- Holding a Zinger bat that had anything but zing in it last season, Montero slashed a career-worst .230/.318/.344 with 11 homers. So far this season, he's got the zing back in his swing, slashing .286/.385/.443 with five homers.
#161 BRETT GARDNER
- Yankee pinstripes look awfully good on the '65 design. Gardner returned last year after missing nearly all of '12 with an elbow injury. Playing a full season in '13, he led the AL in triples with 10, hit eight homers and drove in 52. Hit his first homer of the season on Monday, a grand slam off the Mets' Bartolo Colon (sorry, Mark).
#316 BEN ZOBRIST
- Random.org must know I'm a Ben Zobrist collector. Yes, two-time All-Star Zorilla, he being the Swiss Army Knife of the Rays. Primarily a second baseman the past two seasons, he's filled in all over the infield and outfield while averaging a quiet 18 homers and 79 RBI over his nine-year career but is currently shelved with a dislocated left thumb. Incidentally, the bat-in-the-camera-lens snap never gets old.
#337 JIMMY ROLLINS
- The '07 NL MVP has been a player to watch since '01. (Note the Hooters sign in the background of this spring training pose.) He hasn't exactly hit it off with new manager Ryne Sandberg in Philadelphia, and the 35-year-old second baseman is coming off his worst season. But what a career it's been: 203 homers, 849 RBI and a slash line of .269/.328/.426. He's won four Gold Gloves and is a three-time All-Star.
AND THE WINNER IS ...
- Need you ask? It's the Kaz Man, of course. Thanks, Mark.