Up on the blog today we have a career-capping "not so missing" 1974 card for three-year Major League pitcher Ray Newman:
Newman appeared in eleven games for the Milwaukee Brewers during the 1973 season, posting a very nice 2.95 earned run average over 18.1 innings of work, all out of the bullpen.
Originally up in 1971 as a member of the Chicago Cubs, he went 1-2 as a rookie over 30 appearances, posting an ERA of 3.52 in 38.1 innings.
In 1972 he was with Milwaukee, but only appeared in four games, not factoring in a decision while not giving up an earned run over seven innings.
Sadly for him, after his 1973 season, he'd spend two years in the Detroit Tigers Minor League system but never get a shot at the Majors again, retiring in 1975.
All told, he finished his Big League stint with a record of 3-3, along with an ERA of 2.97 over 45 appearances and 63.2 innings.