Today’s blog post has a “not so missing” 1974 card for former catcher Terry Humphrey, who appeared in 43 games for the Montreal Expos in what was the third year of his Big League career:
Humphrey batted .167, collecting 15 hits over 90 at-bats, scoring five runs while driving in nine with a homer and two doubles.
He’d play one more season in Montreal before heading to the Detroit
Tigers for a year in 1975, appearing in only 18 games before moving on
to the California Angels where he would play the final four years of his
Never a full-time layer, he did appear in 123 games for California in
1977, hitting .227 with a career-high 69 hits in 304 at-bats, driving in
34 runs while scoring 17.
All told, he finished his career with a .211 batting average, with 223
hits in 1055 at-bats, appearing in 415 games between 1971 and 1979, with
39 doubles, a triple, and six homers.