Here’s a “career-capping” card for former pitcher Frank Reberger, who pitched the last of his 148 Major League games in 1972 as a member of the San Francisco Giants:
Reberger posted a 2-3 record with a 3.99 earned run average over 20
games, 11 of which were starts, along with two complete games.
He’d close out his career with a five-year run that started with the
Chicago Cubs in 1968 where he appeared in three games, then over to the
San Diego Padres for their inaugural season as an arm out of the
bullpen, where he appeared in 67 games and posting six saves.
The rest of the way he suited up for the Giants, ending up with a 14-15
career record with a 4.52 ERA in 148 games, 37 of them starts.