I’m stretching it a bit here, but today I give you a “missing” 1971 Jim Driscoll card, though he barely played enough to be considered missing by any standard:
Driscoll made his Major League debut in 1970, playing in 21 games with
the Oakland A’s at second and short while batting .192 over 52 at-bats
with 10 hits.
But he wouldn’t get another taste at the big leagues again until the
1972 season, now with the Texas Rangers, getting into 15 games and going
hitless in 18 at-bats.
That would be it for him, and he would wrap up his brief career with a
.143 batting average with 10 hits in 70 at-bats, with a home run thrown
in, over those 36 games.