Here’s the next “MIA-MIA” card, one of 215 games winner and 1970 Cy Young Award recipient Jim Perry, who was in the middle of his most productive run of his 17-year career:
Perry was coming off a 17-win season in 1971, which followed his 24-win
award-winning campaign of the year before while pitching for the
He would go on to win 13, 14 and 17 wins each of the next three years,
the last of which was back with the team he came up with in 1959, the
He’d wrap up his Major League action with 15 games with the Oakland A’s
(of which I am DESPERATELY looking for color photos of), going 3-4 with a
4.66 earned run average, leaving him with a 215-174 record along with a
3.45 ERA and 1576 strikeouts over 3285.2 innings and 630 appearances,
447 of which were starts.
Along with his Hall of Fame brother Gaylord, the pair would go on to win over 525 Major League games between them! Amazing...