Let’s go and give long-time pitcher Diego Segui a card in the 1978 Topps set, both a “missing” and “Career Capping” creation:
Segui closed out a decent 14-year career in 1977 with the expansion
Seattle Mariners, appearing in 40 games for the new franchise, going 0-7
with a 5.69 earned run average.
He’d post a 92-111 lifetime record with a 3.81 ERA and 71 saves between
1962 and 1977, even winning the ERA crown in the American League when he
finished with a 2.56 mark splitting time as a starter and an arm out of