Over the 83 Fleer Project, this card was just posted:
It's signed by Bud Bulling, the guy on the right. I'd never heard of Bulling before, and he certainly didn't have a particularly long career. I figured that he must be on this card for some reason, so I looked up the game mentioned on the card (from 5/6/82) and the box score is right here.
It appears that Bulling had what at one time would have been called the "game-winning RBI", a now-defunct stat crediting the player who drove in the run that put his team in the lead for good in a game. This game, Gaylord Perry's 300th win, is an example of why the GWRBI was a dumb stat. Yeah, Bulling's 3rd-inning single put the Mariners ahead 1-0, but it was guys behind him who built the score to 5-0 that prevented Perry from relinquishing the lead, as he did eventually allow 3 runs in the game.
Game-wining RBI was a stat that MLB kept and Topps actually displayed it on their cards for a while.
For example on the back of Eddie Murray's 1988 Topps card, just below his Major League Totals stat line, you can see GW-RBI for 1987 and GW-RBI for his career.
Topps continued to show it in 1989.
But in 1990 they stopped after MLB dispatched GW-RBI as an official stat.
Here are some older cards just so you can see the GW-RBI notations:
But going back to 1985, Topps didn't have the GW-RBI that year:
Interesting the the Baseball Trivia Quick answer is still the same, and probably will be for a long, long time.
I believe Topps cards even earlier than 1985 also did not carry the GW-RBI stat.