On the blog today, we have a “not so missing” 1974 card for former New York Mets pitcher Hank Webb, who appeared in only two games during the 1973 season:
Webb didn’t factor in a decision over those two games, posting an earned
run average of 10.80 in 1.2 innings pitched, both relief appearances.
The only season during his career that saw him play regularly was 1975
when he appeared in 29 games for the Mets, starting 15 of them and going
7-6 with a 4.07 ERA, three complete games and a shutout over 115
He would pitch in the Majors over parts of six seasons (1972-1977), all
but his last as a Met and finishing with five games as a Los Angeles
Dodger, ending up with a career 7-9 record with an ERA at 4.31 in 53
games and 169 innings pitched.