#37 - Jim Palmer
Palmer had another 20-win season in 1975 to with an ERA title and Cy Young Award.
This was a great card to get in 1976.
Not on the card - he became an underwear model at some point.
Not on the card - it was his second Cy Young Award. He added another in 1976.
"Never quite filling the superstar niche his Yankee employers carved for him" - that's not the best thing to say on a Kellogg's card, but I've mentioned worse comments.
I was not excited to get this card in 1976 and I liked it less in 1977.
Not on the card - a year after this card came out he was traded to the Cubs for Bill Madlock in a deal that really bothered me and my school friends.
#39 - Von Joshua
The second player in a row in this set who is a Giant and has one been with the team one year. 1975 was his first year as a regular player and he hit .318.
I was surprised that a guy like this was in the 1976 set.
He's from the San Francisco Bay area.
Not on the card - he only played two more full seasons in his 10-year career. His career average was .273.