1975 Topps Set Card 19/660 – #584 – Mike Garman, Cardinals
Player Name: Mike Garman
Card Number: 584
Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Image Style: Posed Pitching
Years In The Major Leagues: 9 seasons, 1969, 1971-1978
Notes From His 1975 Season: Garman appeared in 66 games in 1975. He went 3-8 and combined a 2.39 ERA. He picked up 10 saves for the Cardinals in 79 innings of work while striking out and walking 48 batters.
Notes From Career: Garman was primarily used in short relief roles during his career. In 9 seasons, he pitched in 303 games but had just 8 starts. Garman posted a record of 22-27 with 42 career saves. He has a career ERA of 3.63 and a WHIP of 1.41.
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Mike Garman – Drafted 3rd in the 1967 draft, Garman hardly had the career one would expect of a 3rd pick in the draft. Still, Garman enjoyed a 9-season career while playing with the Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, and Los Angeles Dodgers. Garman finished his career with a 22-27 record while collecting 42 saves. With a 3.63 ERA Garman appeared in 303 games and pitched 433 innings.
Cecil Cooper – Cooper played 16 years in the big leagues and enjoyed successful stints with the Red Sox and Brewers. He was a 5-time All-Star, 3-time Silver Slugger winner and winner of 2 Gold Gloves. Cooper has 2,192 career hits alongside 241 home runs, 1,012 runs scored, and 1,125 RBI. With a career batting average of .298, Cooper had 7,939 plate appearances during his career.
Carlton Fisk – A true baseball superstar, Fisk had an amazing 24-year baseball career. Playing for both the Red & White Sox, Fisk pu up Hall of Fame numbers throughout his career. His amazing numbers include 376 home runs, 1,330 RBI, and 1,276 runs scored. Fisk’s trophy shelf includes the Rookie of the Year award, 11 All-Star appearances, 3 Silver Slugger trophies, and 1 Gold Glove award.
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