Here’s a “missing” 1971 card (and “Career Capper”) for Hawk Taylor of the Kansas City Royals:
Taylor put in an 11-year career between 1957 and 1970, even
though the most action he ever saw in a season was back in 1964 as a
member of the New York Mets when he appeared in 92 games.
Other than that he mainly got to play in about a few dozen games every
year of his career, playing for the Milwaukee Braves (1957-1963), Mets
(1964-1967), California Angels (1967) and Kansas City Royals
For the 1970 season Taylor appeared in 57 games, batting .164 with nine
hits over 55 official at-bats while splitting time behind the plate and
For his career, Hawk batted .218, with 158 hits over 724 at-bats spread out over 394 games, just about 38 games a year.