Top row: Batting leaders, Home Run Leaders and RBI Leaders
You don't really hear enough about Bill Madlock being one of the best all around 3rd basemen during the 70's and 80's. He's usually overshadowed by the power numbers of Mike Schmidt, but his ability to hit shouldn't be overlooked. 4 time batting champion, 5 other seasons he hit better than .300 and just over 2000 career hits are nothing to sneeze at. George Foster is another guy that I don't think gets the publicity he deserves. Take a look at his numbers between 1976-1979, and he's just as good if not better than the majority of ML outfielders.
The Brett/Madlock card is probably in need of an upgrade since it is off centered quite a bit. The other 2 cards are in pretty good shape.
Middle row: Stolen Base Leaders, Victory Leaders and Strikeout Leaders
Ryan and Seaver together on one card. Magic. Unfortunately it also suffers from centering issues, just like the Brett/Madlock card. The stolen base leaders card also is a bit off center, but probably won't cost me as much to upgrade (if I decide to do so) as the other 2.
Bottom row: ERA Leaders, Leading Firemen and Doug Rader
thanks for reading, Robert