So that should explain why I'm posting a ton of customs of switch-hitting backup catcher Gregg Zaun on the last day of January.
......look, it was either him or Todd Zeile.
Nevertheless, there is a lot of things to talk about regarding Gregg Zaun and Topps' gaps in documenting his career on cards. It may be a niche guy to include, but he played throughout the 2000s and was a reliable choice for catcher when other guys wouldn't do.
As this project starts in 2000, we begin with Gregg Zaun's 2000 season in Kansas City. In 83 games he hits .274, and the starting gig is his for a bit.
Flash-forward to 2003: