Here’s a “missing” 1978 card which also serves as a “career capper” for long time pitcher Steve Hargan, who put together a decent 12-year career between 1965 and 1977:
Hargan played for no less than three teams during the 1977 season:
Toronto Blue Jays, Texas Rangers and Atlanta Braves, appearing in 28
games and pitching 78.1 innings with a 2-6 record and a 6.55 earned run
The first eight years of his career were with the Cleveland Indians,
where he put in some solid seasons, posting three sub-3.00 ERA campaigns
while even leading the American League in shutouts with six in 1967,
his only all-star nod.
Overall Hargan ended up with a 87 and 107 career record with a 3.92 ERA
and 891 strikeouts accumulated over 354 appearances, 215 of which were
starts, with 17 shutouts and 56 complete games.