Here’s a “rare” missing New York Yankee, in this case “not so missing”, former outfielder Kerry Dineen, who got his first taste of the big leagues during the 1975 season:
Dineen appeared in seven games for the Yanks, going 8-for-22 for a very nice .364 average in limited play.
He’d get into four games during the 1976 season, collecting two hits
over seven at-bats, before spending the following year in the minors
before coming back in 1978, this time with the Philadelphia Phillies,
playing in five games, the last of his brief career.
He’d finish his MLB tenure with 12 hits in 37 at-bats, hitting .324 with
two runs batted in and three runs scored, while spending time at all
three outfield positions.
I don’t get much of a chance to create Yankee cards since we all know
they were well represented over the years by Topps, something I came to
realize as I started this blog and sought out players to design custom