The cool design of the 1979 cards, with the old Topps curly T logo, makes this entry sparkle with its simplicity.
Nate Pecota is an outfielder. But for his high school team, he was the top designated hitter his senior year, batting .361, with 23 RBI, and an on-base mark of .432. After graduation from Blue Springs South High , the son of former Major Leaguer Bill Pecota enrolled at William Jewell College and hit .241 in 2017. He was a good contact hitter, though, striking out just 10 times in 120 plate appearances.