Here is the next and final Award sub-set card for the 1970 set, the Rookie of the Year winners of the previous year, Ted Sizemore of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National league and Lou Piniella of the Kansas City Royals for the American League:
Sizemore, who was getting his first taste of the big leagues, ended up
playing in 159 games for the Dodgers and batting .271 with 160 hits over
He scored 69 runs, with 29 extra base hits and 46 runs batted in, while walking 45 times against 40 strikeouts.
Over in the American League, Lou Piniella was freed from his tenure with
the Seattle Pilots the year before and was able to put together a very
nice rookie campaign with a .282 batting average based on 139 hits in
493 at-bats over 135 games.
He hit 11 homers and drove in 68 runs while scoring 43 himself, ending
up with nine votes, three more than runner-up Mike Nagy of the Boston
Red Sox, who had a great rookie year when he posted a 12-2 record along
with a 3.11 earned run average over 196.2 innings pitched.
Some other notables who got some votes were Al Oliver, who finished
second in the N.L. freshman race, while Carlos May of the Chicago White
Sox finished third in the A.L.