Here’s a “missing” 1972 Topps card for former pitcher Jim Hannan.
Check it out:
Hannan appeared in 28 games for the Detroit Tigers and Milwaukee Brewers
in 1971, his last games in the Major Leagues after pitching for 10
During the 1971 season he posted a 2-1 record with a 4.57 earned run average over 43.1 innings pitched
The previous nine years were spent with the Washington Senators, for
whom he came up with in 1962 as a 22 year old arm out of the ‘pen.
All told in his 10 year career he posted a 41-48 record with a 3.88 ERA
over 276 games and 822 innings pitched, 101 of which were starts which
also yielded four shutouts and nine complete games.