Let’s go and give fan-favorite Ed Charles a “missing” 1970 card shall we?
Charles wrapped up his 8-year Major League career in 1969 in fine
fashion, being a part of the surprising New York Mets and their World
Series winning squad.
Charles appeared 61 games for the “Amazin’s”, hitting .207 with 35 hits over 169 at-bats.
After playing the first 5+ seasons of his career for the Kansas City
Athletics, Charles was traded to Queens in May of 1967, where he would
play until he left the game in 1969.
He would bat .263 over that time, collecting 917 hits over 3482 at-bats and 1005 games, all while playing third base.