Here’s a “missing” 1976 card as part of the “1976 Project” for a guy I never knew came up with the Montreal Expos, Tony Scott:
Turns out after a couple of “cups of coffee” with Montreal in 1973 and
1974, Scott played in 92 games in 1975, good for 159 plate appearances
with 26 hits over 143 at-bats, giving him a .182 average.
He’d miss the 1976 season but then go on to play through to 1984 after appearing in 45 games with, who else, the Montreal Expos.
In between he played for the St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros,
giving him an 11-year career that saw him bat .249 with 699 hits in 2803
at-bats, playing in 991 games before his career ended.