Here’s a “not really missing” card for former Detroit Tigers pitcher Bill Gilbreth, who made his MLB debut in 1971 with nine appearances at the age of 23:
Over those appearances he’d post a 2-1 record, the only decisions of his
brief three year career, with 14 strikeouts and 21 walks in 30 innings.
The following year he’d only get into two games, allowing nine runs in
five innings pitched without a decision before spending the next two
season in the Minors.
He would make it back to the Majors in 1974, but only getting into three
games for the California Angels, pitching 1.1 innings, allowing two
runs on two hits and a walk for his MLB finale.
All told he finished with a 2-1 record, with a 6.69 ERA in 14 games and 36.1 innings pitched.