Here’s a “missing” 1975 card for former Chicago Cubs player Rob Sperring, who had his rookie season with the Cubbies in 1974:
During his first of four Major League seasons, Sperring played in 42
games, hitting .206 with 22 hits in 107 official at-bats with three
doubles and a home run along with nine runs scored and five runs batted
He would go on to play two more seasons on Chicago’s North-Side before
playing the final year of his career with the Houston Astros, closing
out with a .211 batting average, collecting exactly 100 base hits in 473 at-bats in 208 games played.