Lew Burdette is not the only player whose name Topps screwed up in the “vintage” days of collecting. Piché was a French Canadian who spent parts of six seasons in the majors in the 60s. On all of his Topps cards, they neglected to include the accent mark on the last letter of his last name. Of course, Baseball Reference and Fangraphs both leave it off too. No matter. They are all wrong.