Today’s “not so missing” card is for former pitcher Jim Foor, who had a brief three year Major League career, the last of which was with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1973:
Foor appeared in the last three games of his big league career in 1973,
pitching 1.1 innings with a walk (intentional) and a strikeout, not
factoring into a decision.
That would give him a total of 13 career games in Major League ball, the
first 10 of which were with the Detroit Tigers where he picked up his
only win (against no losses), though getting hit hard (eight earned runs
in 4.2 innings pitched).
All told he finished with a 1-0 record with a 12.00 ERA over those 13 games and 6 total inning pitched.