1974 Topps #374, 607
Nothing too exciting here- other than these are from the great 1974 set.
I debated whether or not include the Father and Son card of the Smalley's as a part of my Braves team set. Because the old man is pictured as a Brave, it eventually won out.
Nothing, and I mean nothing, is better than a card from the 70s, featuring a catcher in a pose like this.
2003 Topps #351
The 2002 season was just another typical Tom Glavine year: 18-11, 2.96 ERA, 224 IP. How did he end his first go-around with the Braves? By getting shelled in two postseason games against the Giants. Thanks for the reminder, Topps. The only good thing about him coming back to the team for 13 games during the 2008 season is that our final memory of him as a Brave is not of this playoff performance, but of a 42 year-old who got shelled in his final major league appearance, in what was an otherwise meaningless game in August.
1997 Topps #419, 445