Here’s a “not really missing” card for former pitcher Fred Kuhaulua, who made three appearances for the California Angels in 1977:
Kuhaulua pitched 6.1 innings over those three games, posting no record
with a bloated 15.63 earned run average in the first taste of Major
League action he’d see.
After that 1977 season he would have to wait until 1981 before seeing
another Major League mound, this time appearing in five games for the
San Diego Padres and going 1-0, the only big league decision he’d get in
his abbreviated two-year career.
All told, the player from Hawaii would appear in eight games, with five
of those being starts, ending with a 1-0 record along with a 4.79 ERA in
35.2 innings pitched.