No. It's just Paul getting on base time and time again.
Back to when the Yankees actually could hit and were a good team, Paul O'Neill was one of their consistent guys both at the plate and in the outfield. After he arrived to the Yankees in 1993, all the guy did was hit increasing yearly with hits and hitting a consistent 20 homers a year.
These inserts were for those guys that seemed to be on-base a lot and the designed showed it. They fell at a rate of 1:8 Jumbo packs with a much tougher Gold Medallion parallel of it falling at 1:80 packs.
So what do you guys think of today's card design? Cool? Lame?