Here’s a 1972 card for former career Detroit Tigers outfielder Marv Lane, who made his Major League debut during the 1971 season with a scant eight games:
In those eight games, Lane hit .143 with a couple of hits over 14 at-bats, with an RBI and walk thrown in.
He would only play in eight more games the following season, followed by
six in 1973 before getting the most action of his five-year career in
1974 when he played in 50 contests, batting .233 with 24 hits, 16 runs
scored and nine RBI’s.
After playing in the minors during the 1975 season, he made it back to
the big leagues in 1976, playing in the final 16 games of his career,
batting .188 with nine hits in 48 at-bats, closing out his MLB tenure
with a .207 average, 37 hits, 23 runs scored and 17 RBI’s over the
course of 90 games.