Here’s a “missing” card for former second baseman Mike Andrews, who closed out a nice career in 1973 suiting up for both the Chicago White Sox and finally the Oakland A’s:
Andrews played in 70 games during the 1973 season, hitting an even .200 with 36 hits in 180 at-bats.
52 of those games were with the Sox before landing in Oakland, who’d go on to win the World Series for the second year in a row.
Andrews’ best years with with the Boston Red Sox, the team he played the first five years of his eight year career.
His sole all-star nod was in 1969, easily his best year when he hit .293 with 15 homers and 79 runs scored.
His final numbers were a .258 average with 803 hits over 3116 at-bats in
893 games, with 441 runs scored and 316 runs batted in and 66 homers.