Here's a bad-ass "missing" In-Action card of former slugger George Scott, aka "Boomer". Check it out:
Scott was playing his first season for Milwaukee in 1972 after six solid years in Bean-town for the Red Sox.
He was in the prime of his career at this point, on his way to a couple of 100-RBI seasons along with a home run title (shared with Reggie Jackson in 1975) and a couple of .300+ batting average campaigns.
He was no slouch on the defensive side of things either, winning eight Gold Gloves at first base during his productive 14-year career playing for the Red Sox, Brewers, Royals and Yankees between 1966 and 1979.
By the time he retired after the 1979 season, he totaled 1992 hits, 957 runs scored, 271 homers and 1051 runs batted in along with a .268 batting average.
Keep an eye out for a nice "Boomer" nickname card on this blog in the near future!