#34 - Gary Carter
His hobbies included golf and hunting. Why didn't they mention card collecting. When did he start doing that?
He led the team in RBIs - not a good year for the Expos when you check out his RBI total.
He's a "hustler of the Pete Rose type". I agree with that one. That's why I didn't like him or Rose - they just wanted to win.
Nice that his first two hits were against Jon Matlack and Tom Seaver and his first homer was against Steve Carlton.
Not on the card - he had more career ABs against Carlton than anyone else. He also hit 11 homers against him, more than he hit against any pitcher. Ditto for his 23 RBIs, 8 doubles and 34 hits.
Not on the card - he ended up 6-for-18 (.333) against Matlack but he batted only .188 against Tom Seaver.
#35 - Rick Wise
#36 - Johnny Bench