Here’s a “missing” card for former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Tom Dukes.
Check it out:
Dukes appeared in 28 games for the American League champion Orioles during their 1971 season.
He posted a 1-5 record with a 3.52 earned run average and four saves over 38.1 innings, all out of the bullpen.
In 1972 he’d find himself as a member of the California Angels where
he’d pitch in a scant seven games, closing out his six-year career that
began as a Houston Astro before moving on to the San Diego Padres for
their inaugural season.
For his career Dukes went 5-16 with a 4.35 ERA and 22 saves over 161 games and 217 innings pitched.