Here’s a “missing” 1975 card for a pitcher who got to taste what it felt like to be part of the legendary “Big Red Machine” dynasty Cincinnati Reds of the mid-1970’s, Dick Baney:
Baney only played three years in the Major Leagues, the first with the
Seattle Pilots in 1969, then making it back to a big league mound in
both 1973 and 1974 as a member of the powerhouse Reds.
In 1974 he posted a 1-0 record over 22 games and 41 innings pitched,
while he went 2-1 the previous season while appearing in 11 games with
Overall, Baney finished with a 4-1 lifetime record, with 42 appearances,
three of them starts, along with three saves and 38 K’s over 90.1