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1952 Berk Ross Baseball Cards

1952 Berk Ross Baseball Cards

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The follow-up to the 1951 release that included multiple sports, 1952 Berk Ross Baseball ditches the non-baseball subjects and pushes the checklist to the next level.

Mickey Mantle is the top card in the set and other appealing Hall of Fame options include Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams.

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1952 Berk Ross Baseball Hit Parade of Champions Set Details

Again featuring the "Hit Parade of Champions" title, 1952 Berk Ross Baseball cards are larger and the photo quality is better in comparison to 1951 Berk Ross. The 2" by 3" cards share a strong similarity to the 1951 Bowman Baseball design, including several of the same player images. The most notable example of this is Mickey Mantle, whose 1951 Bowman rookie card image is prominently featured in the Berk Ross set. However, the colorized black-and-white photos feature a tint that gives the cards a darker appearance and diminished clarity.

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The 1952 Berk Ross Baseball card fronts are little more than an image, black frame and white border. Some cards feature the player's name in white cursive text.

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The backs are quite simple, as well. A thin black frame, more or less aligning with the front, encloses basic player information. While Berk Ross is not specifically referenced and no copyright date is offered, the stats are noted as being from 1951. The cards are also not numbered.

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The overall 1952 Berk Ross Baseball checklist seems to confirm the 72-card was distributed around the New York-area as the New York Yankees, New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers are heavily covered and many of the other MLB teams have just one representative, if any.

One main difference for the set is that while the 1951 edition was sold in panel form, the 1952 product was issued as individual cards. The basic printing process, however, appears to have remained the same given that the cards showcase perforation remnants on both the top and bottom.

Although there is not much complexity to the release, a few errors and variations are in play. Nellie Fox and Ewell Blackwell are matched to the wrong backs and there are two different poses available for Phil Rizzuto (bunting and swinging).

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1952 Berk Ross Baseball cards have seen an uptick in interest in recent years, and strong demand for high-grades. These can be tougher to track down because of centering issues that plague the product.

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Key Cards

Key 1952 Berk Ross Baseball Cards

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Mickey Mantle

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Jackie Robinson

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Willie Mays

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Ted Williams

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Joe DiMaggio

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Set Checklist

1952 Berk Ross Baseball Set Checklist

72 cards.
The unnumbered cards are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
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Richie Ashburn - Philadelphia Phillies
Hank Bauer - New York Yankees
Yogi Berra - New York Yankees
Ewell Blackwell - Cincinnati Reds
Bobby Brown - New York Yankees
Jim Busby - Washington Senators
Roy Campanella - Brooklyn Dodgers
Chico Carrasquel - Chicago White Sox
Jerry Coleman - New York Yankees
Joe Collins - New York Yankees
Alvin Dark - New York Giants
Dom DiMaggio - Boston Red Sox
Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
Larry Doby - Cleveland Indians
Bobby Doerr - Boston Red Sox
Bob Elliott - Boston Braves
Del Ennis - Philadelphia Phillies
Ferris Fain - Philadelphia Athletics
Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
Nellie Fox - Chicago White Sox
Ned Garver - St. Louis Browns
Clint Hartung - New York Giants
Jim Hearn - New York Giants
Gil Hodges - Brooklyn Dodgers
Monte Irvin - New York Giants
Larry Jansen - New York Giants
Sheldon Jones - Boston Braves
George Kell - Detroit Tigers
Monte Kennedy - New York Giants
Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
Dave Koslo - New York Giants
Bob Kuzava - New York Yankees
Bob Lemon - Cleveland Indians
Whitey Lockman - New York Giants
Ed Lopat - New York Yankees
Sal Maglie - New York Giants
Mickey Mantle - New York Yankees
Billy Martin - New York Yankees
Willie Mays - New York Giants
Gil McDougald - New York Yankees
Minnie Minoso - Chicago White Sox
Johnny Mize - New York Yankees
Tom Morgan - New York Yankees
Don Mueller - New York Giants
Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
Don Newcombe - Brooklyn Dodgers
Ray Noble - New York Giants
Joe Ostrowski - New York Yankees
Mel Parnell - Boston Red Sox
Vic Raschi - New York Yankees
Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
Allie Reynolds - New York Yankees
Bill Rigney - New York Giants
Phil Rizzuto - Yankees (Bunting)
Phil Rizzuto - Yankees (Swinging)
Robin Roberts - Philadelphia Phillies
Eddie Robinson - Chicago White Sox
Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
Preacher Roe - Brooklyn Dodgers
Johnny Sain - Boston Braves
Red Schoendienst - St. Louis Cardinals
Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
George Spencer - New York Giants
Eddie Stanky - New York Giants
Hank Thompson - New York Giants
Bobby Thomson - New York Giants
Vic Wertz - Detroit Tigers
Wally Westlake - St. Louis Cardinals
Wes Westrum - New York Giants
Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
Gene Woodling - New York Yankees
Gus Zernial - Philadelphia Athletics


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