This, my friends, is the Topps File Card for one Gary George Pettis. Topps has always done business with individual players, instead of signing a blanket deal with the MLBPA. Back before the internet (and evidently before Topps bought computers?), Topps kept their records on File Cards like this one so they could keep track of who they had signed, what they paid them (usually cash, but sometimes stuff like stereo systems) and what number their card ended up being. Considering that I'm keeping a running history of Topps Angels cards here, I'm really happy to have finally added one of these to the collection. The first image is of the whole card, and the second is of the attachment that's stapled onto the front.
Gary played for the Angels from 1982 through 1987, winning Gold Gloves in 1985 and 1986 (and three more with the Tigers (2) and Rangers). His best season with the Halos came in 1986, when he hit .258 with 5 homers, 58 RBI, 93 runs scored and 50 stolen bases. He held the Angels' steals record until Chone Figgins broke it in 2007. He's currently the first base coach for the Texas Rangers (he still gets cheers when Tejas comes to town), and his #20 jersey can be seen being placed into his locker during the pregame video every night at the Big A.