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Where do we start? Those jerseys! Look at the power blue retro uniforms the Expos wore. Remember the days? Gary Carter, the man standing like a statue, chest protector firm, mask and glove in hand, is shown here in his 1981 Topps card. For Carter, the '81 season turned out to be one of his finest: All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, All-Star Game MVP, and he even caught Charlie Lea's no-hitter that season.
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