Duane Kuiper #198 and Rick Peters #155. O.K. we can not see the P on the back of Peters uniform but it is close. The fun thing about Peters card is all the people hanging out in the bleachers. Kuiper whose partner in crime was Tom Veryzer, was a no hit, no speed, no power, good field infielder on a lot of bad teams. At the end of 1981 he had 1 home run in 786 games. At that pace to break Barry Bonds home run record of 763, he would have to play 600,504 games.