Who is the man: Both Ron Lolich and Dave Lemonds spent the entire 1970 season in Triple A, but for different teams. Lolich hit .292 with 16 homers for the White Sox's Triple A outfit in Tucson. Lemonds posted a 4.07 ERA in 22 starts for the Cubs' Triple A team in Tacoma.
Can ya dig it: I think Lolich might have some chaw, otherwise why would he be making that face?
Right on: Topps blacked out the top section of Lemonds' Cubs cap.
You see these rookies are bad mothers: The two of them combined had one solo Topps card -- Lemonds' 1973 card -- so, no, they're not bad mothers.
Shut your mouth: Lolich is the cousin of famed Tigers starting pitcher Mickey Lolich.
No one understands him but his woman: Lolich is one of precious few major leaguers to hit an "ultimate grand slam." That is when you hit a walk-off grand slam that enables your team to win by a single run. Lolich's ultimate grand slam came in the 9th inning of the Indians' 8-7 victory over the Red Sox on April 22, 1973.
(A word about the back): Baseball-reference.com credits Lolich with 27 home runs in 1969. The White Sox's HR leader that year was Bill Melton with 23.