I may have more than one, but I found a player that was in over 100 games and I've got way more cards than games played.
It was a perfect storm. He's a starting pitcher, which keeps the number of games per year to the low 30s. He was a stud rookie and a blossoming star, which meant he was in just about every set. And the worst thing, he was often injured, which kept his game total even lower.
By the time his arm fell off in 2006, he had pitched in 106 games over five seasons. I've got 144 Mark Prior cards in my collection. That's 1.4 cards for every appearance.