Here’s a “missing” 1973 card for a guy who I also created a 1976 card for, Jim Lyttle:
Lyttle appeared in 44 games with the Chicago White Sox during the 1972
season after spending his first four years in the Major Leagues with the
New York Yankees.
In those 44 games, he hit .232 with 19 hits in 82 at-bats while playing the outfield.
It would be his only season in Chicago, as he’d then move on to the Montreal Expos where he’d play until 1976.
Never a full-time player, he finish up his eight-year career splitting
time between the Expos and Los Angeles Dodgers in ’76, ending up with a
.248 batting average based on his 176 hits over 710 at-bats in 391 games
while playing all three outfield positions.