I've moved the next segment of the Awesomest Night Card Tournament up a day because I don't think any of the cards in part 4 were going to catch the Stan Williams card.
That's how I like it. I hope this card goes very far in the tournament.
Here is the voting tally for part 4:
1. 1972 Topps Stan Williams - 24 votes
2. 2009 Topps Juan Castro - 4 votes
3. 2005 Topps Updates & Highlights HR Derby Bobby Abreu -3 votes
4. 2006 Topps Brad Ausmus -2 votes
5. 2005 Topps Updates & Highlights NLDS - 0 votes
That sets up round 5, which I think will be the most difficult choice to date. There are a few cards here that I would vote for, so I'm not 100 percent sure which card will come out on top.
Here are the candidates:
1994 Topps Hank Aaron: A great card. Topps wasn't in the habit of putting retired players in its base set at the time, so this was rather unusual.
2006 Topps Opening Day Hong-Chih Kuo: Potentially the Dodgers' closer next season, if his arm doesn't fall off right there on the mound.
1987 Fleer SuperStar Special "Outfielders With Punch": I do know how much you all love SuperStar Specials, and '80s players in wacky '80s jerseys. This card has potential.
1986 Topps Bo Diaz: Another worthy contender. This play at the plate happened in September of 1985 and Tommy Herr was out at home.
2009 Topps Target Throwback Brian Stokes: If Topps were to make its base set like it makes these Throwback cards, I would buy the base set every year. Do you hear that Topps?
1989 Upper Deck Jerald Clark: You can't beat a night card with the stadium lights in the background. Too cool.
OK, not very many duds in that group. Take a moment to vote in the poll on the sidebar, and thanks for playing along.