This is a card from Topps that I obtained in a trade with Joe. Not too much to say about Andy, he had a few very good seasons in which he was an All Star in 1998/1999. He went 17-9 and 14-10 respectively those years. Look at those numbers and Andy's career, you think nice seasons, good pitcher. Put those two seasons on the free agent market and you are looking at a guy like Carl Pavano looking for that big contract. Its amazing how things change in 10 years.