Card fact: This is Bruce Miller's rookie card.
What I thought about this card then: I had the mini card. For some reason, I thought he was a pitcher, even though "2B-3B" was staring at me the whole time.
What I think about this card now: Miller looks quite friendly for someone with a bad-ass mustache.
Other stuff: Miller played four major league seasons for the Giants from 1973-76. He started with the White Sox, then was dealt to the Angels. The Giants acquired him for infielder Al Gallagher in 1973.
Miller was a part-time player. The only season he stayed out of the minors was 1975 when he .239 in 99 games for the Giants.
Miller became a teacher and school coach in his native Indiana after his playing career.
Back facts: I wonder if the cartoon, specifically the reference to Baltimore and the moving van drawing, gives any old Colts fans bad flashbacks?
Other blog stuff: '70 singer Maureen McGovern was born on this date 62 years ago. "The Morning After" is just a horrible '70s song. Of course, it won an Oscar.