Here’s a missing 1972 “In-Action” card for pitcher Tommy John, of course showing him as a Chicago White Sox player though he’d suit up for the Los Angeles Dodgers, for whom he would play for that year:
John was already a solid starter in the Major Leagues by the time he
would take his talents West, and incredibly would STILL be one after the
ground-breaking surgery that would keep his name to this very day,
posting 288 wins during his 26-year career!
Paired with a 3.34 career earned run average, 46 shutouts and 2245
strikeouts over 760 appearances and 700 starts, a strong Hall of Fame
case can easily be made.