Here’s a “missing” career-capping 1972 card for 12-year veteran outfielder Ty Cline, who played the last of his Major League career games in 1971 with the Cincinnati Reds:
Cline appeared in 69 games for the Reds, batting .196 while collecting 19 hits over 97 at-bats, scoring 12 runs.
Originally up as a 21-year-old with the Cleveland Indians in 1960, Cline
would go on to play with six organizations during his Big League
career, spending the most time with the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves, along
with the Indians, San Francisco Giants, Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs and
He’d finish his career with 437 hits over 1834 at-bats for a batting
average of .238, getting a chance at post season play in 1970 with
Cincinnati, going 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored.