Here's a "missing" 1972 card for Tommie Reynolds, former outfielder for the California Angels:
Reynolds appeared in 45 games during the 1971 season, collecting exactly 100 plate appearances on his way to a .186 batting average with 16 hits in 86 at-bats.
His career spanned eight years playing for the A's (in both Kansas City and Oakland), the Mets, Angels and finally the Brewers in 1972 before calling it a career.
All told he batted .226 for his career, with 265 hits over 1170 at-bats in 513 games.
Funny enough he was actually also omitted from Topps' 1973 set after seeing some decent amount of action for the Brewers, so watch out for my custom in the near future.