Card #90 - Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles
Seriously...the photos taken for this set were only a couple of years removed from one of the most spectacular displays of defensive ability during the postseason. By winning the 1970 World Series MVP by merely breaking several Reds potential rallies with almost superhuman snags at third base, Robinson virtually assured himself of his place in Cooperstown (not that there was a lot of doubt about it, but that performance cinched it) even if he'd retired after that season. Fortunately for O's fans, he would stick around until 1977.
While the picture here isn't bad, Brooks Robinson really deserved to have a horizontal action shot showing him reaching out to stop a solid liner at third.