How cruel can you get? The guys who make baseball cards usually come up with somethng nice to say on the back of cards -- even unearthing some trivial stat from a player's high school days to make the player look good.
But check out the back of this 1988 Score card of Bill Buckner, one helluva player who gets the business from Score on his baseball card.
The dude racked up 2,715 hits, drove in 1,208 runs, belted nearly 500 doubles and scored 1,077 runs during a 22-year career but Score actually referred to the infamous ground ball that went through Bill's legs in the 1986 World Series Game 6.
"Bill, who was haunted in Boston by the grounder that went through his legs to lose Game 6 of the '86 World Series, . . . "
Score, that's cold. Downright cold.