Josh Beckett is best known for his tenure in Boston where he appeared in seven seasons. But Beckett’s best career accomplishments came during his tenure with the Marlins. The right-hander spent the first five seasons of his MLB career there where he had a 3.46 ERA, 3.38 FIP, and 118 ERA+ through 609 innings. But his Postseason in 2003 was one to behold.
In 42.2 innings, Beckett tossed two complete game shutouts, had a 2.10 ERA, struck out 47 batters, and only allowed a dozen to reach via free pass. Beckett was lights out in the World Series for the Marlins, allowing just two earned runs in 16.1 innings. Game Seven is where he pitched one of his CGSOs. Beckett received World Series MVP honors for this performance.
Beckett could receive a card for his some of his seasons in Boston, or a milestone card for his no-hitter for the LA Dodgers. But I think an awards series card commemorating his World Series MVP would be the best fit.