#25 - Jim Kaat
The only other Perez with a Kellogg's card is Tony. There is no way one would confused these two since Tony was a big star in the 1970s. Tony didn't even appear in this set, but Marty is still known on the front as M. Perez.
He is a "slender Californian". From watching TV in the 1970s I thought that described everyone in California.
I liked the years when player heights were precise - 5-10 1/2. Does that matter?
Not on the card - he was still growing. Baseball-reference.com lists him as 5-11.
Not on the card - he was traded in June. I wonder is his cards were still in cereal boxes at that point.
#27 - Bob Watson
Not much to say on the card. He led the team in HRs and RBIs and the team was horrible. I like the mention of "Houston's long-suffering fans".
Not on the card - I still remember Watson scoring the one millionth run in MLB history. Here is a nice story about that - More to the Millionth Run Story. That would have been better to mention on the card.