Charlie Sheen has been around forever. A reporter once asked him if he could really throw 100 mph. Umm...not even sure how to comment on that.
Tom Berenger played catcher Jake Taylor. I think he looks great on the 1977 card. He'd also probably have looked good on that Indians team. He might have beaten out Alan Ashby for the starter job.
Corbin Bernsen. Bernsen's in-action shot is unique for the 1960's cards, but I make the cards, I make the rules.
Dennis Haysbert would have made the 1978 Indians. Johnny Grubb and Rick Manning were solid, but I know he would have stolen at-bats from Paul Dade. That's a tough looking card!
Wesley Snipes is diving back into a base, while another player looks to be skipping in the background. His speed would have been nice compliment to Brett Butler's on the mid-80's Indians.
David Keith played Jack Parkman, the Indians free agent catcher who was later traded to the Chicago White Sox. Could he have beaten out the Sox catchers of that era (Milt May, Wayne Nordhagen and Bill Nahorodny)?