Today on the blog we have a career-capping 1977 card for former Cuban second baseman Tony Taylor, who put in 19 years in the Big Leagues between 1958 and 1976:
Taylor broke into the Majors with the Chicago Cubs at the end of the
1950’s before moving on to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1960, where he
would play 15 of his years in the Big Leagues, with two years in Detroit
in the early 1970’s squeezed in there.
By the time he retired in 1976, he finished with 2007 hits, 1005 runs
scored and 234 stolen bases over 2195 games and 7680 at-bats, with an
All-Star nod in 1960.