Okay so we have Don August, Tom Filer, Darryl Hamilton, Jeffrey Leonard, and Dave Stapleton. I was just barely familiar with Stapleton coming into this, and he doesn’t have a whole lot of cards to speak of because he didn’t have much of a career to speak of. 1988 was his last season in the majors, and he left with a 2-0 record and a 3.81 ERA. Hamilton went on to a pretty respectable major league career, if not exactly the star that he was projected to be. Leonard was probably the star of this group, though his star was fading considerably by the time he became a Brewer. In his half-season with the Brewers, his only time on the team, he had a 72 OPS+. Filer had an off-and-on ML career that never really amounted to much, and the same goes for Don August.