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Old 10-01-2017, 08:44 PM
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The 58 All-Stars and 62 Sporting News are some of my favorites.
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Old 10-05-2017, 08:21 PM
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I always loved the World Series subsets. (Why didn't they make one in 1966?) As a Pirates fan, I savored the ones depicting the 1960 and 1971 Series. But for pure design, I love the faux wood-grain TV style used in 1967 to chronicle the 1966 Series. The Game 4 card captures Brooks Robinson getting more air than at any other time in his career.
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Great thread, Rats those '59's are insane! George, I love the '61 all star set as well & the '75 MVPs. Here are a few more I really like '60 all star is one of my favorites.
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It had to be disappointing for a kid in 1960 to rip open a pack and come across one of these cards with the disembodied heads of three or four old guys. But the coaches subset (numbers 455-470) has some significant historic figures you want find anywhere else on a Topps card. The Cubs card, for instance, includes Charlie Root -- who gave up Babe Ruth's alleged "called shot" HR in the 1932 World Series and was the last person born in the 19th century to pitch in a major league game.
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