|1967 Topps Eddie Mathews.|
Mathews was the best home run hitter for the Braves until/other than Hank Aaron (he hit 47 home runs in 1953, the year before Aaron joined the team). Aaron and Mathews together led the Braves offense when winning the 1957 World Series. He was also probably the best third baseman of all time before Brooks Robinson, George Brett, and Mike Schmidt (an ESPN article ranking third basemen still ranks him third all-time, only behind Brett and Schmidt). He may be a bit overshadowed these days.