Card #71 - Johnny Briggs, Milwaukee Brewers
This card exhibits two examples of 1970s hair. Not only is Johnny Briggs sporting mutton chop sideburns, but you can see a small afro peeking out from under his seemingly new cap. While there doesn't appear to be anything wrong with long sideburns in pictures of gentlemen from the 1800s, they're sometimes considered tacky when they appear on 1970s-vintage photos. However, the use of one batting glove was a good decade before Michael Jackson made the look his own.
Johnny Briggs was a regular in left field for the Brewers in 1973, joining the club two years earlier after seven and a half seasons in Philadelphia. The Paterson, New Jersey native and Seton Hall alum was also a regular in Topps sets between 1964 and '76. That last year, he was out of the majors and playing in Japan.