What I thought about this card then: Didn't have it. But there are two things I remember about Geronimo. First, I knew of this particular Geronimo years and years before I knew of this Geronimo. And, no, it didn't take me until I pulled the '09 Allen & Ginter Geronimo card before I knew who he was.
Secondly, I remember Geronimo being praised for his defense more than any individual player from the late 1970s, except for maybe his teammate, Dave Concepcion. Personally, I was focused on Geronimo's pedestrian hitting skills, because I hated the Big Red Machine. And I couldn't wait for that No. 8 spot in the batting order to come around.
What I think about this card now: Severe tilting in the background of this card, and the card is miscut. But I do like that the Reds name is in red.
Other stuff: The Reds featured a good share of lefties in their lineup during their Machine days. Morgan, Griffey, Driessen, Geronimo. And Rose switch-hit.
Back facts: Cartoon violence! Who doesn't love the '70s?
Other blog stuff: The blog will be taking a break for the Thanksgiving holiday. But I'll see you real soon!