Here’s a “missing” 1977 card for a guy who was never a full-time player, but still put together an eight-year career between 1969-1976, outfielder Jim Lyttle:
Lyttle capped of his career with a final year in 1976 split between the
Montreal Expos and Los Angeles Dodgers, where he hit a combined .248
with 38 hits over 153 at-bats in 65 games.
Originally up with the Yanks, he’d play in the Bronx until 1972 when he
put in a lone season for the Chicago White Sox before moving on to the
Expos where he would play until his move to L.A.
All told Lyttle batted .248 for his career with 176 hits in 710 at-bats
over 391 games, with his 1970 season being his best when he hit .310 for
the Yanks over 87 games played.