No one likes making mistakes, but they’re bound to happen in this hobby, as sharp-eyed collectors have long known. Sometimes they’re the result of a rush to include a player with his new team, or maybe an attempt to sneak in a card of a promising prospect. And sometimes someone can’t tell one player from another. Here’s a look at the back stories of some famous examples where card companies jumped the gun, got a little overzealous, or just plain screwed up in making cards of players on teams they didn’t play with. 1974-75 Topps/O-Pee-Chee Jacques Lemaire #24 Not with…

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