Elroy Face is not a household name, but he revolutionized the reliever position in baseball. Making his debut in the 50's Face became a workhorse for the Pirates. Throwing multiples innings a game and often during it 3 or 4 times a week he easily broke the appearance record in a season for the Pirates. When his career was over he held the NL games appeared record all the way until 1986 when Pirate Kent Tekulve broke the record. Elroy still shows up at some Pirate games and local charity golf events at the age of 86.
The above card is from Panini America's Pastime and is a 1/1 cut signature. I was excited to see this card as Elroy doesn't have much in the way of certified autos. It is really clean and sharp signature.
If you get a chance take a look at Elroy's Wikipedia page as his career is very interesting.