Here’s a 1976 card for a guy who did appear in the set, but on a multiple-player rookie card.
However, “Reader Jim” asked me to create a dedicated version for his ongoing project, Dave McKay:
McKay appeared in 33 games for the Twins in 1975, good for 135 plate
appearances, definitely stretching the “rookie” status a bit, especially
for a spot on a multi-player card.
During his first taste of the Majors, McKay hit .256 with 32 hits over 125 at-bats.
He’d go on to play for eight years, even as one of the original Toronto
Blue Jays in their inaugural 1977 season, and finishing with the Oakland
A’s in 1982.
He would bat .229 for his career, collecting 441 hits over his 645 games
and 1928 at-bats before becoming a long-time coach, currently acting as
first base coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks.