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Old 12-28-2017, 09:49 PM
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The OP didn't specify Topps, so I would say this one which I just got.
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Bench, Ryan , Jackson awesome set! I like the bench better then his rookie.
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I loved the Pilots players in uniform with Mount Rainier in the background.
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Totally agree with JollyElm, as has been discussed in a few other threads. At least for Mays they skipped a couple years before re-using a pic; Hank Aaron and others have the same photos as in 1968. Also, I was recently noticing the Chris Short card. It was shot in the Polo Grounds, where the Mets last played in 1963.
As was the Chris Cannizzaro card.
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Many of the oddities are due to the fact (IMO) that expansion forcved Topps to make players cards that they normally would not . They had to make up for the 80 or so players that had their card show by one of the four new teams.

I actually statrted to compile a list of such and will share.

Examples Boston - Newman, George Thomas
Mets Hendley,
White Sox Russ Nixon
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Reggie, Ryan, Bench
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Many of the oddities are due to the fact (IMO) that expansion forcved Topps to make players cards that they normally would not . They had to make up for the 80 or so players that had their card show by one of the four new teams.

I actually statrted to compile a list of such and will share.

Examples Boston - Newman, George Thomas
Mets Hendley,
White Sox Russ Nixon
Expansion plus Marvin Miller and a contract impass between Topps and The Players' Association over use of player likenesses that resulted in the use by Topps of older photos in part of 68 and 69.
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The Clemente always been on my short list of best looking cards:



Bench has two great cards but I think the whole AS subset in 1969 is just great so I'll go with his AS card:



This wasn't always a favorite but since I got this one I have really taken to it:



Since we didn't specify "Topps":


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