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The company’s biggest set to that point with 587 cards, 1961 Topps Baseball is led by rookie cards for Ron Santo, Juan Marichal and Billy Williams. The set also boasts a strong crop of veteran Hall of Fame cards.
1961 Fleer Baseball Greats features a checklist filled with retired greats. Boasting a strong design and plenty of Hall of Fame names, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Ty Cobb, this is one of the better values of the era.
2015 Topps Series 2 Baseball expands the main set by another 350 cards, bringing it to 700 total. Hobby boxes have the standard one autograph or relic card while jumbo boxes have one autograph and two relics.
1960 Topps Baseball is led by Hall of Fame rookie cards for Carl Yastrzemski and Willie McCovey. The colorful design and horizontal layout make it an easy vintage set to recognize.
1960 Fleer Baseball Greats is one of the first sets to rely solely on retired players. Although not overly popular at the time, the checklist is nearly all Hall of Fame members and remains an affordable way to collect some of the biggest names in baseball history.
1964 Wheaties Baseball Stamps offer a strong vintage checklist with a moderate price tag. Willie Mays, Hank Aaron and Roberto Clemente are among those in the set.
With roots in a release more than a century earlier, 2006 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball is a wildly popular set that mixes vintage and modern collecting.
1959 Topps Baseball marked a time of change for a hobby still finding its way. Notable options include Mickey Mantle and the rookie card for Bob Gibson.
Taking full advantage of its exclusive deal with the Red Sox legend, 1959 Fleer Ted Williams Baseball represents something of a cardboard biography. From his play on the field to his upbringing off of it, the set is all things Ted Williams.
2015 Panini Elite Baseball sees one of the company’s oldest brands return as a standalone set without the Extra Edition name. Hobby boxes include four total autographs and memorabilia cards.
Highlighted by key options for Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams and Roger Maris’ rookie card, 1958 Topps Baseball remains very popular. Thanks to a variety of variations, short prints, and a larger checklist, the vintage set is not easy to complete.
1957 Topps Baseball is led by a potent checklist, including plenty of key HOF names as well as rookie cards for Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson and Don Drysdale.
Once again reaching into the past, 2015 Topps Archives Baseball is a nostalgic trip through the hobby. Boxes come with a pair of on-card autographs.
1956 Topps Baseball is headlined by cards for Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams in addition to a variety of new features in the set. Luis Aparicio is the key rookie card.
Featuring key rookie cards for Roberto Clemente and Sandy Koufax, 1955 Topps Baseball is also popular for its horizontal card design.
2015 Topps Pro Debut Baseball is the flagship take on minor league baseball. Hobby boxes include two autographs and two relics.
1954 Wilson Franks Baseball is a popular food-issued release that is easily distinguished based on the image of a hot dog package found on each card. Ted Williams is the main card in the set.
1975 Hostess Baseball launched one of the most popular and endearing food-issue sets of all-time. Included on the boxes of Twinkies and other snacks, the set includes Robin Yount, Nolan Ryan and Thurman Munson.
Led by rookie cards for Hank Aaron, Al Kaline and Ernie Banks, 1954 Topps Baseball is filled with Hall of Fame talent. The distinct design and strong checklist make it one of the best 1950s releases.
A modest starting point for the Topps Baseball legacy, 1951 Topps Red Backs Baseball is a historic set in card collecting. Key cards include Yogi Berra, Duke Snider and Phil Rizzuto.