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Old 09-01-2017, 11:30 AM
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If bobbleheads count...note extra large head.


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Or this one...


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Jason, now that's funny, and oh so accurate, with a couple exceptions. Rotten Barry Bogus Bonds should have a snarling scowl on his mug, and the whites of his eyes should at least be a faint shade of yellow.

When shamed Olympic 100 meter champion Ben Johnson was tested, the whites of his eyes were as yellow as a banana, a telltale sign he was using steroids. Of course, they still tested him, and he tested POSITIVE, was stripped of his medal, and sent back to Canada in disgrace.

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I think there are many Brooksie cards that portrayed him well, but I always thought the '73 Topps likely does the best job at accurately portraying the player.
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For me it is the 1977 "Popeye" Garvey.
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1973 Topps Johnny Bench is a good one
1974 Topps Tom Seaver
1974 Topps Jim Hunter-is this is only in Action card?
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For me it is the 1977 "Popeye" Garvey.
Love that Garvey card.
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