On the blog today, the third "not so missing" card created for former Chicago Cubs outfielder Gene Hiser here on the blog, this one a 1973 edition:
Hiser appeared in 32 games with Chicago during the 1972 season, hitting .196 with nine hits over 46 at-bats, scoring two and driving in four.
Originally up to the Majors in 1971 as a 22-year-old, he spent his whole Big League career with the Cubs between 1971 and 1975, hitting .202 with 53 hits in 263 at-bats over 206 games.
The most action he'd ever see in one season was 1973 when he played in 100 games, hitting .254 with 19 hits in 109 at-bats, hitting his only MLB homer while driving in six.
He would spend all of 1976 in the Cubs Minor League system, but would call it a career shortly after.