Let’s go and give former pitcher Earl Stephenson a “missing” 1973 card shall we?
Check it out:
Stephenson saw the most action of any of his four years in the Major
Leagues during the 1972 season, his only year with the Milwaukee
Brewers, when he appeared in 35 games and posting a 3-5 record over 80.1
innings, with a 3.35 E.R.A.
Originally up with the Chicago Cubs in 1971, he wouldn’t see any MLB
action again until 1977 when he was now a Baltimore Oriole, appearing in
a single game along with two more in 1978 before closing out his
Over 54 career games he’d finish with a 4-5 record, along with a 3.57 E.R.A. in 113.1 innings pitched.