Here’s a “missing career-capping” 1970 card for Woodie Held, a guy who had a nice 14-year career that started out in 1954 with the New York Yankees:
Held put in some nice seasons in the ‘60’s with the Cleveland Indians,
averaging about 20 homers a year between 1959 through 1964 before
heading over to the Washington Senators and hitting 16 more homers in
He was also able to play both the outfield and infield, putting in equal
time with around 500 career games between the two, mainly in center
field and shortstop.
In 1969, his final season, he played in 56 games for the Chicago White
Sox, batting .143 with nine hits over 63 at-bats, with three homer and
six runs batted in.
For his career, Held finished with a .240 average and 179 homers, with 559 RBI’s over 1390 games played and 4019 at-bats.