# Friday, 12 November 2010
I've been going through my Upper Deck collection, scanning everything in for the enhanced checklists I've been posting.  While doing so, I was reminded of a question I have always had.  Why does Jaime Navarro have two different 1999 Upper Deck cards?  Both cards picture him in a White Sox uniform.  It has to be a mistake, right?  I mean, were people at the time clamoring for more Jaime Navarro cards?  Upper Deck has been known to have multiple base cards of star-quality players.  For example, in 2009 Upper Deck there were two base cards each of Jim Thome, Carlos Quentin, and Alexei Ramirez.  Thome and Quentin even had a third "subset" card.  But Jaime Navarro?  Seriously?