Here’s a career-capping “not so missing” 1974 card for former infielder Jerry Kenney, who finished up his six-year Major League career with a handful of games with the Cleveland Indians in 1973:
Kenney, who played the first five years of his career with the New York
Yankees during the “dark era” between 1967 and 1972, appeared in five
games for Cleveland in 1973, collecting four hits over 16 at-bats while
playing some second base.
That would be all for the 28-year old as far as his Big League career,
which started with the Yankees in 1967, before becoming their full-time
third baseman in 1969.
By the end of his run in the Majors, Kenney finished with a career
average of .237 with 325 hits over 1369 at-bats, appearing in 465 games,
all but those last five with the Yanks.