The game I found was buried in a video called 1978 Chicago Cubs Broadcast Highlights. It took place on June 5, 1978 as the Cubs played the Astros at Wrigley Field.
It was a pitchers duel as starters Dennis Lamp of the Cubs and the Astro's Mark Lemongello had each allowed only one run. The game went into the bottom of the ninth tied 1-1 when the fun began.
Steve Ontiveros led off the inning with a single and was sacrificed to second by Dave Radar...man on second, one out. The Astros intentionally walked Tarzan Joe Wallis to put the double play back in order. Next up was Gene Clines, pinch hitting for Willie Hernandez (who pitched the 8th and 9th inning).
Clines worked the count to 3-2. The runners took off on the next pitch, which came in here...
....and looks like a strike. The catcher threw to third to try and nab the slow running Ontiveros for a strike 'em out-throw 'em out double play.
The only problem was that home plate umpire Dutch Rennert called the pitch ball four. No double play---bases loaded for the Cubs, instead.
And then Lemongello went nuts. Take a look
Here's a shot of Lemongello saluting Rennert on his way back to the clubhouse..
Pretty crazy stuff.
Topps was using a good number of action shots in their cards by 1979. The 1979 cards would have shown game play from 1978. Here's what Lemongello's 1979 card looks like...
They left that to me.