In 1991 Topps released a special set to the troops overseas called Topps Desert Shield. I have read that there was only 5000 of each card produced. So the idea is that the card was sent over there, and came back to the US in such a way as to be still graded PSA 10 is improbable. 23,626 cards from this set have been submitted for grading, 2439 PSA 10's, approximately 10%. In comparison 5037 from the regular 1991 Topps set were submitted with 1335 10's, closer to 20%. 5 of 79 Murray cards have been graded Gem Mint 10. The image is great too. Shows a strong, great ball player with a confident look.
There were rumors that many cards never went and sat in some warehouse. Very possible back in a time when many were trying to retire off of flipping baseball cards.
So about Eddie...He was great in his only stint as a Dodger. 125 OPS+ for only 7.5 million! I love whenever the Dodgers have had a City player on the roster. Which is why I really defended GA for so long.
*I was in such a hurry to open the card the day it arrived in the mail that I scratched the case with a razor blade by accident while unpacking it. The scratch across Eddie's face is on the holder, not the card.*