Thursday, April 9, 2020

NOT REALLY MISSING IN ACTION- 1972 ED GOODSON

Up on the blog today we have a “not so missing” 1972 card for former first/third baseman Ed Goodson, who just came off his second partial season in the Big Leagues with the San Francisco Giants:


Goodson appeared in 20 games during the 1971 season, hitting .190 with eight hits over 42 at-bats, with four runs scored and a run batted in.
Basically a player off the bench his entire career, he had a very nice 1973 season for San Fran when he batted .302 with 12 homers and 53 runs batted in over 102 games, easily his best season in the Major League.
Overall for his eight-year MLB career, Goodson finished with a .260 batting average, with 329 hits over 1266 at-bats, with 108 runs scored and 170 runs batted in, with 30 homers in 515 games between 1970 and 1977.

9 comments:

  1. I had his 1973 card way back when. I thought he was a corner infielder.

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  2. He's notable for having a card in the 1974 Kellogg's 3-D set.

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  3. According to Baseball Almanac, Goodson played 1B-176 games, 3B-135 games, LF-2 games and 2B-1 game. No games at catcher.

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  5. Sorry about the "catcher" tag. He was indeed a corner infielder, and I knew it. Yet when I wrote up this post "catcher" was on the brain. I'll go and blame "Tito's" Vodka for that one! ;)

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