Card fact: With this card, we have a look at the 1965 Topps set, which is my favorite set of the 1960s. You have to love the pennant flags, and I always enjoyed the blue card backs.
Again, Topps assigned random color schemes with teams. Most, as you can see with these two examples, did not match the team's colors. The Yankees received pink. The Phillies blue. The Dodgers gold. I actually liked some of the non-matching patterns. I think the Red Sox cards, which have green borders, look sharp.
What I thought about this card then: Didn't see it.
What I think about this card now: It pains me that Sandy Koufax did not receive the MVP in 1965. I know Mays hit 52 home runs, but, damn, Koufax was great in 1965. He also won a World Series.
Other stuff: Without doing any research, I'm betting that someone else had better stats than Zoilo Versalles in 1965. I know that opens me up for criticism, but the guy did next to nothing with the Dodgers three years later, so I'm a little bitter.