I had to start with a player favorite....2002 Fleer Ultra Rusty Greer. That's trademark Rusty right there. He's going into a slide or dive after a ball. The design is simple and unobtrusive. The names can be a little difficult to read on some of these.
Maggs doesn't have the greatest facial expression, but like Sheffield, you get a real feel for how intense he is.
I'll end this first post with one of the more humorous cards I found.
"When I started playing my head was small and now, after years of being "Balconized", my head is this big."
Here is the back of the 2002 card. It's quite busy and has a variety of colors, but it works. It gives a fair amount of stats and a little highlight of something that happened that season.
***NOTE: The spots on the cards ARE on the cards. That's a lesson to you youngsters...don't store your cards out in the garage. They can and will stick together eventually. ***