Here’s a career-capping “missing” 1973 card for Garry Jestadt, who had a brief three-year career in the Majors from 1969 to 1972, fitting in three organizations played for:
Jestadt finished his short MLB tenure with the San Diego Padres in 1972,
appearing in 92 games playing the infield and batting .246 with 63 hits
over 256 at-bats.
He originally came up with the Montreal Expos during their inaugural
1969 season, before a very brief stay on Chicago’ North-side for the
Cubs, coming to San Diego during the 1971 season where he’d stay through
the following year.
All together he played in 176 Major League games, batting .260 with 118
hits over 454 at-bats, all while playing second, short and third.