Yep, I do requests even for anonymous comments. "Anonymous" asked me if I could make some 1968 Detroit Tigers. He specifically named Lenny Green and Jim Rooker. Lenny Green's last Topps card was in 1966 on the Red Sox. After being released by the Bosox at the end of 1966, he was signed by Detroit and played 58 games, batting a respectable .278. He only played 6 games for the Tigers in 1968 before being released mid season.
Jim Rooker pitched his first MLB game for the Tigers in 1968. He came in with the Tigers down 7-0 to the White Sox in the 4th inning at Tiger Stadium. In his first inning he gave up 2 runs on 2 singles, a double and 3 stolen bases. He would make his baseball card debut in 1969 on the Royals Rookie Stars card with a poorly touched up cap.
Don Pepper never actually played for the Tigers in 1968. The closest he came was when he came up for a cup of coffee at the end of the 1966 season. I included his photo because he was featured on the 1968 Sports Illustrated cover along with the other "Top Rookies" of 1968 along with the eventual Rookie of the Year, Johnny Bench.