1964 Topps #53 Denis Menke
And a beat up one, at that. Centering issues, rounded corners, creases-the whole 10 yards. About the only thing missing on this one is some writing on it. Doesn't matter- I've got worse cards than this in my collection.
1970 Topps #86 Lum Harris
Nothing too exciting here. The man did lead them to the 1969 N.L. West title, however.
1971 Topps #374 Clete Boyer
This card was by far the most sought after of the cards in my online collection. It seems like I was getting daily requests for ol' Clete. It's too bad he didn't play football- Clete would have been a great name for a football player. This would be the final season of his major league career.
1972 Topps #260 Ralph Garr, #484 Lum Harris, #591 Paul Casanova
A trio from what has to be the ugliest set Topps has ever produced. Ralphie was a pretty popular card on yo mama's site- the second most requested card I had. I hear that all Ralphie wanted for Christmas while growing up was a Louisville Slugger Model U1 - his mother was afraid he'd break a window playin' ball. She conceded, and all Ralphie did was collect 219 hits while hitting .343 in 1971-his first full major league season. Well, not really- but he was a terrific hitter!