Here's a card for former pitcher Harry parker as part of my "1976 Project" for "Reader Jim".
Take a look:
Parker split the 1975 season between the New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals, appearing in 32 games, all but one of them in relief, posting a 2-3 record with three saves and a 5.06 earned run average.
He'd actually suit up for the Cleveland Indians in 1976, appearing in only three games before calling it a career.
All told, by the time he hung up the cleats he pitched in 6 seasons between 1970 and 1976 for the Cardinals, Mets and Indians.
His final numbers were: a 15-21 record, with a 3.85 ERA, 12 saves and 172 strikeouts over 124 games and 315.1 innings of work.