Who is the man: Jim Britton was playing in his final major league season when this card was issued. He appeared in 16 games for the Expos in 1971, starting six of them.
Can ya dig it: Britton is 6-foot-5 and I can almost tell on this card even though it's basically a mug shot.
Right on: Britton is a native of North Tonawanda. N.Y. Right on! Know it well.
You see that cat Britton is a bad mother: Britton pitched briefly in the first NLCS when the Braves played the Mets in 1969. He threw one-third of an inning during Game 2 with the Braves down 9-6.
Shut your mouth: Britton surrendered the first home run Johnny Bench ever hit in his major league career. It was a three-run shot hit on Sept. 20, 1967.
No one understands him but his woman: Britton supposedly became an FBI agent after his career. I can find only a couple of references to it and they're not the most reliable sources, but I have no reason to doubt it.
(A word about the back): Britton had no stats in 1970 because he missed the entire year with an arm injury.