Today we have a “not so missing” 1970 card for former San Francisco Giants outfielder Frank Johnson, who spent all six years of his Major League career in San Fran:
Johnson appeared in only seven games during the 1969 season, collecting one hit over 10 at-bats along with two runs scored.
He would appear in a career-high (tied with 1968) 67 games in 1970,
batting .273 with 44 hits and 31 runs batted in, also career-highs.
However in 1971 he would appear in what would end up being the last 32
games of his career, batting .082 with four hits over 49 at-bats, with
four runs scored and five RBI’s.
He would go on to play another three seasons in the Minor Leagues, but
never get back to Big League ball, retiring after the 1975 season.
All told, he finished with a career .211 batting average, with 92 hits
over 436 at-bats in 196 games, all for the Giants between 1966 and 1971.