#CardCorner: 1983 Donruss Fred Lynn
For one season, no one may have had the impact Fred Lynn did in 1975.
#CardCorner: 1990 Topps Dave Dravecky
Dave Dravecky not only beat cancer and returned to win a major league game, he won much more – including the respect of millions of fans.
#CardCorner: 1976 Topps Ron LeFlore
Ron LeFlore's journey from prison to a nine-year major league career became one of the most startling stories in the history of the game.
#CardCorner: 1979 Topps Richie Zisk
When documenting the story of free agency in baseball, it is impossible to tell the tale without mentioning powerful Brooklyn-born outfielder Richie Zisk.
#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Lenny Randle
Few players of his time were at the center of attention as frequently as Lenny Randle was during his 12 years in the big leagues.
#CardCorner: 1991 Upper Deck Moises Alou
Moises Alou was a six-time All-Star and he won two Silver Slugger Awards during his 17 year major league career.
#CardCorner: 1982 Topps Dickie Thon
Dickie Thon was one of the game's great young players before a hit-by-pitch caused a lasting eye injury.
#CardCorner: 1990 Fleer Mark Langston
Left-hander Mark Langston was considered one of the most dominant pitchers of his era – and, for a time, was the highest-paid player in the game.
#CardCorner: 1979 Topps Mike Norris
A promising young starter, Mike Norris' career was off to a strong start before struggles with substance abuse. After several years away, he returned to a big league mound.
#CardCorner: 1985 Topps Andy Van Slyke
Andy Van Slyke won Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Awards and made three All-Star teams during his 13-year career.
#CardCorner: 1990 Topps Tom Candiotti
Nearly on his way out of baseball, Tom Candiotti harnessed a knuckleball into nine 200-inning seasons and a reputation as one of the most successful hurlers in the game.
#CardCorner: 1988 Fleer Willie Upshaw
First baseman Willie Upshaw was one of the Blue Jays' mainstays during the 1980s.
#CardCorner: 1987 Topps Howard Johnson
Howard Johnson was considered one of the best all-around offensive players in the game for a time during his career in the 1980s and '90s.
#CardCorner: 1990 Topps José Rijo
At one point he was the youngest pitcher in the majors. He also earned World Series MVP honors. José Rijo's career saw him struggle, succeed and battle injuries during a 14-year career.
#CardCorner: 1981 Topps Dave Kingman
During his 16 years in the big leagues, Dave Kingman was one of the top home run hitters of his era.
#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Tony Armas
During his 14-year big league career, Tony Armas had a front-row seat for history with memorable teams in Oakland and Boston.
#CardCorner: 1987 Topps Brett Butler
Brett Butler spent time with six teams during his 17-year big league career and complied a WAR of 49.7.
#CardCorner: 1991 Upper Deck Ron Gant
During his career, Ron Gant carved out an Atlanta Braves legacy before helping three other franchises reach the postseason.
#CardCorner: 1985 Topps John Tudor
For one unforgettable four-month stretch in 1985, John Tudor made pitching look easy.
#CardCorner: 1969 Topps Don Buford
Don Buford's 10-year major league career included five years in Baltimore and a 1970 World Series title.
#CardCorner: 1978 Topps Doug DeCinces
Doug DeCinces followed Brooks Robinson at third base for the Baltimore Orioles.
#CardCorner: 1972 Topps Gene Michael
Gene Michael's 1972 Topps "In Action" card image features some hidden gems.
#CardCorner: 1976 Topps Charlie Hough
Knuckleballer Charlie Hough pitched in the big leagues for 25 seasons.