Time to give former outfielder Bill Sharp a “missing” 1977 card, which would close out his short four-year career:
Sharp played in just under half the Milwaukee Brewers games in 1976,
hitting .244 with 44 hits in 180 at-bats while scoring 16 runs and
driving in 11.
Sadly for him those would be the final games he’d see on the Major
League level, just after appearing in a career high 143 the previous
year split between Milwaukee and the Chicago White Sox, the only other
team he’d suit up for as a pro.
He finished his career with a .255 average, 281 hits and 122 runs scored
over 398 games and 1104 at-bats, along with 95 runs batted in and 69
extra base hits.