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1975 Topps Set Card 310/660 – #395 – Bud Harrelson, Mets

1975 Topps Set Card 310/660 – #395 – Bud Harrelson, Mets

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Card Number:  395

Player Name:  Bud Harrelson

Team:  New York Mets

Position:  Shortstop

Image Style:  Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues: 16 seasons, 1965-80

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Bud Harrelson played in just 34 games for the Mets in 1975.  With 73 at-bats, Harrelson collected 16 hits en route to a .219 batting average.  He had 2 doubles on the year, with 3 RBI and 5 runs scored.

Notes From Career:  Bud Harrelson played for three major league clubs during his 16-season big league career.  He is a lifetime .236 hitter with 1,120 hits in 1,533 games played.  Harrelson is a 2-time All-Star and winner of a Gold Glove Award.  He is a member of the 1969 World Series Champion New York Mets.

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1975 Topps Set Card 306/660 – #106 – Mike Hargrove, Rangers

1975 Topps Set Card 306/660 – #106 – Mike Hargrove, Rangers

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Card Number:  106

Player Name:  Mike Hargrove

Team:  Texas Rangers

Position:  1st Base

Image Style:  Posed Portrait

Years In The Major Leagues: 12 seasons, 1974-85

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Mike Hargrove played in 145 games for the Texas Rangers in 1975.  He hit .303 for the team with 157 hits in 519 at-bats.  Of his 157 hits, Hargrove connected for 22 doubles, 2 triples, and 11 home runs.  He drove in 62 runs in 1975 while also scoring 82 times.  He was selected to the AL All-Star team for the only time in his career.

Notes From Career:  Mike Hargrove is an All-Star and former Rookie Of The Year award winner that played for three different teams during his 12-season career.  He has a lifetime batting average of .290 with 1,614 hits in 1,666 games played.  Hargrove has 686 career RBI with 783 runs scored.

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1975 Topps Set Card 276/660 – #141 – Mickey Stanley, Tigers

1975 Topps Set Card 276/660 – #141 – Mickey Stanley, Tigers

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Card Number:  141

Player Name:  Mickey Stanley

Team:  Detroit Tigers

Position:  Outfield

Image Style:  Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues:  15 seasons, 1964-78

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Mickey Stanley played in just 52 games for the Detroit Tigers in 1975.  He hit .256 on the year with 42 hits in 164 at-bats.  Of his 42 hits, Stanley connected for 7 doubles, 3 triples, 3 doubles, and 29 singles.

Notes From Career:  Mickey Stanley won four Gold Glove Awards for defensive excellence in the outfield during his 15-season major league career.  Stanley retired from the sport with a fielding percentage of .989 and he committed just 46 errors in 1,480 games played.  He is a lifetime .248 hitter with 1,243 career hits to his credit.  Stanley is a member of the 1968 World Series championship winning Detroit Tigers.

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1975 Topps Set Card 274/660 – #155 – Jim Bibby, Rangers

1975 Topps Set Card 274/660 – #155 – Jim Bibby, Rangers

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Card Number:  155

Player Name:  Jim Bibby

Team:  Texas Rangers

Position:  Pitcher

Image Style:  Posed Pitching

Years In The Major Leagues:  12 seasons, 1972-81, 1983-84

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Jim Bibby played for both the Texas Rangers and Cleveland Indians during the 1975 baseball season.  Combined, he pitched in 36 games and compiled a 7-15 record with 6 complete games, 1 shutout, and 1 save.  Bibby worked 181 innings in 1975, allowing a total of 172 hits and 89 runs.

Notes From Career:  Jim Bibby is an All-Star pitcher that played for four different clubs during his 12-season career.  Used as both a starter and reliever, Bibby amassed a record of 111-101 with 8 saves during his playing days.  He has a lifetime ERA of 3.76 alongside 1,079 strikeouts in 1,722 innings of work.  Bibby is a member of the 1979 World Series championship winning Pittsburgh Pirates.

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1975 Topps Set Card 213/660 – #152 – Mario Guerrero, Red Sox

1975 Topps Set Card 213/660 – #152 – Mario Guerrero, Red Sox

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Player Name:  Mario Guerrero

Team:  Boston Red Sox

Position:   Shortstop

Image Style:  Posed Batting

Years In The Major Leagues:  8 seasons, 1973-80

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Mario Guerrero appeared in 64 games for the Cardinals during the 1975 baseball season.  He hit .239 with 44 hits in 184 at-bats.  Of his 44 hits, Guerrero connected for 9 doubles and 35 singles.  He scored 17 runs for the Cardinals in 1975, while also driving in 11.

Notes From Career:  Guerrero suited up for four different teams during his 8-year big league career.  He is a career .257 hitter with 578 lifetime hits.  Guerrero connected for just 7 home runs during his playing days but does have 170 RBI and 166 runs scored.

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1975 Topps Set Card 188/660 – #162 – Willie Montanez

1975 Topps Set Card 188/660 – #162 – Willie Montanez

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Player Name:  Willie Montanez

Team:  Philadelphia Phillies

Position:   1st Base

Image Style:  Game Action

Years In The Major Leagues:  14 seasons, 1966, 1970-82

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Montanez appeared in 156 games during the 1975 baseball season splitting time playing for the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants.  He hit a combined .302 for both clubs with 182 hits in 602 at-bats.  Montanez drove in a combined 101 runs in 1975 while also scoring 61 times.  He led the NL in double plays hit into with 26.

Notes From Career:  Willie Montanez played for nine different teams during his 14-year big league career.  He was named to the 1977 NL All-Star team.  He was also an MVP candidate during the 1975 and 1976 baseball seasons.  Montanez is a career .266 hitter with 1,604 lifetime hits.  Montanez never appeared in the postseason.

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1975 Topps Set Card 184/660 – #124 – Jerry Reuss, Pirates

1975 Topps Set Card 184/660 – #124 – Jerry Reuss, Pirates

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Player Name:  Jerry Reuss

Team:  Pittsburgh Pirates

Position:   Pitcher

Image Style:  Posed Portrait

Years In The Major Leagues:  22 seasons, 1969-90

Notes From His 1975 Season:   Jerry Reuss appeared in 32 games for the Pirates in 1975.  He compiled a record of 18-11 for the ‘Bucs’ with 15 complete games and 6 shutouts.  In 237 innings of work, Reuss allowed 224 hits and 73 runs en route to an ERA of 2.54.  He also struck out 131 batters in ’75 while walking 78.

Notes From Career:  Jerry Reuss suited up for 9 different teams during his 22-season career.  He was a 2-time All-Star and finished his playing days with a record of 220-191 and 11 saves.  Reuss has a lifetime ERA of 3.64 with 1,907 strikeouts to his credit.  Jerry Reuss was a member of the 1981 World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers.

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