Here’s a re-done card of former pitcher Bill Singer, who played the last 13 games of his 14-year Major League career as a Toronto Blue Jay in their inaugural season:
Nice in-game shot of the righty during the 1977 season.
Over those 13 games, he started 12 and finished with a 2-8 record along with a 6.79 earned run average.
It was a quick decline for a guy who was a two-time 20-game winner, once
with the Los Angeles Dodgers and the other with the California Angels,
along with three 200+ strikeout seasons, with a high of 247 in 1969
while still in L.A.
His MLB career would end with a record of 118-127, along with a nice
3.39 E.R.A. And 1515 K’s in 322 appearances and 2175 innings pitched.