Ten pitchers who appeared on at least one Kellogg's card managed to "accomplish" not batting during their careers. Not surprisingly, all spent their careers in the American League. Some were probably great athletes, but I'll address their individual skills some other time.
Here is the list of players in order of year they debuted in the A.L.
Wayne Garland - 1973 - 1981
Bill Travers - 1974 - 1983
Tom Johnson - 1974 - 1978 for the Twins
Ed Figueroa - 1974 - 1981
Mike Flanagan - 1975 - 1992
Ron Guidry - 1975 - 1988 for the Yankees
Mark Fidrych - 1976-1980 for the Tigers
Dave Rozema - 1977 - 1986
John Henry Johnson - 1978 - 1987
Britt Burns - 1978-1985 for the White Sox
In 1976, Ken Brett batted 12 times in the A.L. after the DH rule took effect. On 9-23-1976 Brett batted 8th in the lineup as the White Sox decided that he would bat instead of the team using a DH. How would you like to have been Jim Essian who was relegated to batting 9th?
Brett had a career average of .262 including 10 home runs including four in consecutive starts. He is the older brother of George Brett.