Jerry Garvin pitched for six seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays, compiling a record of 20-41. It might sound cliche, but he was actually better than his record would indicate. Those early Toronto Blue Jays were not very good. He did make the Topps All-Rookie team in 1977 and he once had four pick-offs in a game.
After his playing career ended, he eventually got into real estate. I sent him a note and some cards. He signed the cards and sent back an additional card, this one a business card.
How cool of a business card is that though? Look at it. It has all of the relevant info, plus a picture of one of his baseball cards. Hey, I sell real estate and oh by the way, I used to be a major league pitcher.
I wonder how he picked that card. It is his last Topps card, so maybe that is it. Maybe he just liked this card the best.
I always appreciated getting extra goodies like this with autographs. Some celebrities do go that extra bit!