Monday, December 28, 2020


Up on the blog today we have a "not so missing" 1974 card for former Baltimore Orioles outfielder Curt Motton, who was at the tail-end of his Big League career when this card would have seen the light of day:

Motton appeared in only five games for Baltimore in 1973, hitting .333 with two hits over six official at-bats, with two runs scored and four runs batted in.
He would be back in 1974 to appear in what would end up being his last Major league games, seven to be exact, going 0-8 at the plate before calling it a career shortly after.
Over his eight-year MLB tenure, he hit .213 with 121 hits in 567 at-bats, but most importantly was a member of the juggernaut Oriole teams between 1969 and 1971, with a World Championship in 1970.



  1. Nice card! How about one for 1975!

  2. Didn't know he had a second go-around with the seems like the Orioles had a carousel of reserve outfielders in those days that seemed to recycle themselves like Motton, Tom Shopay, and Terry Crowley. Agree about a '75 card.

  3. Great card. A 1975 version would be awesome. As I write for the earlier card of Curt you created for 1973, he was my neighbor and became a friend. A wonderful person who is missed very much.

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