#03 - Mickey Lolich
Lolich was a rare switch-hitting pitcher. With 217 career wins I figured he'd be near the top of the all-time wins list for switch-hitting pitchers. He's 10th. Only two of those ahead of him were born after 1900 - Robin Roberts and Early Wynn.
After leading the league in losses in 1970 with 19, Lolich won over 20 games during the next two seasons.
Not on the card - nothing is mentioned about his hitting. He batted .110 for his career (.114 versus righties and .100 versus lefties). He walked almost 10% of the time so his OBP was .215.
#02 - Ellie Rodriguez
#01 - Amos Otis