As for this disc, the color scheme makes it look like the love child of 1975 Topps and one of those ubiquitous MSA discs from the 70s and 80s.
- In 1994, McGriff led National League first basemen in putouts (1,004/ also tops in the league) and in Total Zone Runs with 6.
- After winning the 1992 N.L. Home Run title, McGriff became the first player since the dead-ball era to lead both leagues in home runs.
As Matt Snyder pointed out in the aforementioned article, at the time of the strike, Fred McGriff was in his sixth full major league season. During those first seven seasons, (which includes the partial season of his call-up) no one had more home runs than McGriff's 242. Bonds was second, with 218 bombs.