Today we have a “not so missing” 1971 card for former outfielder Jim Hicks, who appeared in only four games for the California Angels in 1970:
Those four games as a pinch-hitter, totaling four at-bats with a single
hit, would be the last for Hicks and his five-year Major League career.
Originally a Chicago White Sox player between 1964-1966, he missed the
1967 season before making it back the following year split between the
St. Louis Cardinals and Angels, appearing in 56 games to the tune of a
.130 batting average.
The sum total of his big league tenure resulted in a .163 batting average with 23 hits in 141 at-bats over 93 games.