Both a “missing” card and “career capper”, here’s a 1978 Cookie Rojas creation to celebrate a nice 16-year career:
Rojas appeared in 64 games for the Western Division champ Royals in 1977, hitting an even .250 with 39 hits over 156 at-bats.
A five-time all-star, Rojas slapped his way through the Majors,
collecting 1660 lifetime hits over 1822 games, with only 333 of those
hits going for extra bases.
Of his 16 years in the Major Leagues, he played eight with the Royals
and seven with the Philadelphia Phillies, for whom he first made a name
for himself between 1963 and 1969.