Here’s a “not so missing” 1976 card for former California Angels pitcher Luis Quintana, who played what turned out to be the last of his Major League games during the 1975 season:
Quintana appeared in four games for California, going 0-2 with a 6.43
earned run average over seven innings, all out of the bullpen.
The previous season he appeared in 18 games, his debut season, going 2-1
with an ERA of 4.26 in 12.2 innings, again, all out of the bullpen.
Although he’d stick around Minor League ball through the 1983 season,
he’d never make it back to a Big League mound, finishing his brief
career with a record of 2-3, with an ERA at 5.03 over 22 appearances and
19.2 innings pitched, all with the Angels.