Today’s “Not Really Missing” card is for an original 1969 San Diego Padre shortstop, Francisco Libran:
Libran’s entire Major League career encompassed 10 games for the Padres
in their inaugural season, collecting one hit (a double) in 10 at-bats
for a batting average of .100, along with an RBI.
He’d be back in the minors the following year, batting .250 in single-A
ball before finding himself in the New York Mets system in 1971 where he
batted .211, before playing out his pro career in 1972 with the Pueblo
Pericos of the Mexican League.