I don't have many 1996 Bazooka Cards, so I don't know if all of the "Funny Fortunes" are as funny as Ray Lankford's. (Turn your computer upside down to read).
OK, for those of you who didn't turn over your computer, his "funny fortune" is: "Batting atop a revamped lineup, Ray becomes the ML's first player of 1996 to score 100 runs." I don't understand the humor, but the prediction was not way off - though not the first player of the year to hit that number, he did finish the 1996 season with exactly 100 runs.
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