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2001 All-Star Game: Ultimate Card Show
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 Gary Carter
Gary Carter

Gary Carter
The premier and most popular catcher of the 1970s and early 1980s after Johnny Bench retired, Carter was known for his ebullience, durability, clutch hitting (10 career grand slams), and skill at handling pitchers and balls in the dirt. Over his career, Carter proved he was one of the National League's finest defenders, winning three straight Gold Gloves (1980-82), as well as earning the distinction of being on eleven All-Star team berths (1975, 1979-88), eight for which he was the starting NL catcher. Carter was a member of the 1986 World Champion New York Mets and his career totals include 2296 game appearances, .262 batting average, 324 home runs, and 1225 RBI's.