Next up is a “missing” 1974 card for former infielder Bernie Allen, who finished up a nice 12-year career with a split season between the New York Yankees and Montreal Expos:
Allen appeared in a combined 33 games in 1973, batting .206 with 22 hits in 107 at-bats while playing both second and short.
Known mainly for his five years as a Minnesota Twins player, with whom
he came up in 1962, Allen also spent five years with the Washington
Senators before a full season in the Bronx in 1972.
Overall he finished his career with a .239 batting average based on his
815 hits in 3404 at-bats, with 73 home runs and 352 runs batted in and
357 runs scored.