Did the Topps writer know something about the future? "A Dodger for 1970", as if he knew Fredie's time in LA would be limited. Maybe he was influenced by looking at Fred's nine year journey. I love that about these cards. Now with baseball-reference.com we can drill down a little and find details like this: back in 1963 with the KC Atlethics, in the first of his two appearance he gave up a three run homer to Elston Howard in the third inning and while pitching to Joe Pepitone in the second allowed Roger Maris to steal third base (his only theft of the season).
Better days were ahead for Fred. In mid 1973 he got traded from the Padres to the Reds and was part of the Big Red Machine's two Worlds Championships in 75 and 76. Those two seasons he posted an overall win-loss record of 24-11.