You can clearly see the creases in this Dave LaRoche card. LaRoche debuted with the Angels in 1970, and played with a number of teams until retiring with the Yankees after the 1983 season, for a career spanning 14 seasons. His career record is 65-58 with 126 saves. Wikipedia says he's best known for throwing an "eephus" pitch, a lobbing slow pitch, his variant of which he called "LaLob."
In any case, I think these are nice cards showing the players who had (generally) been around for a long time at two different points in their careers.