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I don't know what happened here, but Bowling played in 89 games for the Jays in their inaugural season, good for 236 plate appearances and 194 at-bats. You'd think that was enough to warrant a card.
In that playing time, Bowling hit .206 with eight doubles, a triple and a homer, with 19 runs scored and 13 runs batted in.
He played briefly in 1976 with the Milwaukee Brewers before being drafted by Toronto in the expansion draft, and actually would never play Major League ball again after his 1977 performance.
After two more seasons in the Minors for the White Sox and Reds, he'd call it a career for good after 1979.
His final career stats: a .199 batting average, with that single home run and 15 runs batted in over 103 games and 236 at-bats.