Here’s a “not really” missing 1977 card for veteran Major League catcher Tim Blackwell, he of the Village People mustache (later on) and 10-year career:
After his first two MLB seasons, with the Boston Red Sox as an
occasional back-up to Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk, Blackwell was
purchased by the Philadelphia Phillies, and only got into four games
during the 1976 season.
He collected two hits over those contests, spread out over eight
at-bats, and would find himself playing for the Montreal Expos the
following year, before finding his groove with the Chicago Cubs in 1978,
who he’d play for through the 1981 season.
After two more years with the Expos in 1982 and 1983, his MLB career
would come to a close, batting .228 with 238 hits in 1044 at-bats in ten
seasons, generally as a back-up/platoon catcher.