1986 Topps Traded Baseball Cards

1986 Topps Traded Baseball Cards


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At one point, 1986 Topps Traded Baseball was one of the crown jewels of 1980s baseball card sets. Time, scandals and easy availability have brought it down several notches. However, there's still no denying the star power of the loaded checklist.

The roster of 1986 Topps Traded Baseball rookie cards is a roll call of greats from the late-80s through the mid-90s. Barry Bonds, Jose Canseco, Bo Jackson and Will Clark all have rookies in the set. The second tier includes Wally Joyner, Andres Galarraga, John Kruk, Bobby Bonilla and Kevin Mitchell.

The design maintains the one introduced in 1986 Topps Baseball. Card fronts have a black bar at the top with a stylized headline for with the player's team name. The player photo has a thin frame with the position in a circle at the bottom. The player's name stretches across the bottom of the card. Card backs have a 'T' suffix with the number and are printed on brighter card stock than the flagship set.

Dealers ordering cases received a bronze mini card reprinting the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle. The heavy card measures 1 1/4" by 1 3/4" and recreates both the front and back of the card.

Key 1986 Topps Traded Baseball Cards:

  • Barry Bonds RC #11T
  • Jose Canseco RC #20T
  • Bo Jackson #50T
  • Will Clark RC #24T
  • Wally Joyner RC #51T
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1986 Topps Traded Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

132 cards.

1T Andy Allanson
2T Neil Allen
3T Joaquin Andujar
4T Paul Assenmacher
5T Scott Bailes
6T Don Baylor
7T Steve Bedrosian
8T Juan Beniquez
9T Juan Berenguer
10T Mike Bielecki
11T Barry Bonds RC
12T Bobby Bonilla RC
13T Juan Bonilla
14T Rich Bordi
15T Steve Boros MG
16T Rick Burleson
17T Bill Campbell
18T Tom Candiotti
19T John Cangelosi
20T Jose Canseco RC
21T Carmen Castillo
22T Rick Cerone
23T John Cerutti
24T Willie Clark RC
25T Mark Clear
26T Darnell Coles
27T Dan Collins
28T Tim Conroy
29T Joe Cowley
30T Joel Davis
31T Rob Deer
32T John Denny
33T Mike Easler
34T Mark Eichhorn
35T Steve Farr
36T Scott Fletcher
37T Terry Forster
38T Terry Francona
39T Jim Fregosi MG
40T Andres Galarraga RC
41T Ken Griffey
42T Bill Gullickson
43T Jose Guzman RC
44T Moose Haas
45T Billy Hatcher
46T Mickey Heath
47T Tom Hume
48T Pete Incaviglia RC
49T Dane Iorg
50T Bo Jackson RC
51T Wally Joyner RC
52T Charlie Kerfeld
53T Eric King
54T Bob Kipper
55T Wayne Krenchicki
56T John Kruk RC
57T Mike LaCoss
58T Pete Ladd
59T Mike Laga
60T Hal Lanier MG
61T Dave LaPoint
62T Rudy Law
63T Rick Leach
64T Tim Leary
65T Dennis Leonard
66T Jim Leyland MG
67T Steve Lyons
68T Mickey Mahler
69T Candy Maldonado
70T Roger Mason RC
71T Bob McClure
72T Andy McGaffigan
73T Gene Michael MG
74T Kevin Mitchell RC
75T Omar Moreno
76T Jerry Mumphrey
77T Phil Niekro
78T Randy Niemann
79T Juan Nieves
80T Otis Nixon RC
81T Bob Ojeda
82T Jose Oquendo
83T Tom Paciorek
84T Dave Palmer
85T Frank Pastore
86T Lou Piniella MG
87T Dan Plesac
88T Darrell Porter
89T Rey Quinones
90T Gary Redus
91T Bip Roberts RC
92T Billy Jo Robidoux
93T Jeff Robinson
94T Gary Roenicke
95T Ed Romero
96T Angel Salazar
97T Joe Sambito
98T Billy Sample
99T Dave Schmidt
100T Ken Schrom
101T Tom Seaver
102T Ted Simmons
103T Sammy Stewart
104T Kurt Stillwell
105T Franklin Stubbs
106T Dale Sveum
107T Chuck Tanner MG
108T Danny Tartabull RC
109T Tim Teufel
110T Bob Tewksbury
111T Andres Thomas
112T Milt Thompson
113T Robby Thompson RC
114T Jay Tibbs
115T Wayne Tolleson
116T Alex Trevino
117T Manny Trillo
118T Ed Vande Berg
119T Ozzie Virgil
120T Bob Walk
121T Gene Walter
122T Claudell Washington
123T Bill Wegman RC
124T Dick Williams MG
125T Mitch Williams
126T Bobby Witt RC
127T Todd Worrell RC
128T George Wright
129T Ricky Wright
130T Steve Yeager
131T Paul Zuvella
132T Checklist
1986 Topps Traded Baseball Cards 1

Mickey Mantle Bronze Checklist

Given to dealers ordering cases. Card measures 1 1/4" by 1 3/4". Reprints the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card.

311 Mickey Mantle
1986 Topps Traded Baseball Cards 2

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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  1. 1986 was the year that I got heavily into baseball cards so ’86 Topps will always have a special place in my heart. Even removing the nostalgia factor, it still is a very nice, sharp looking design with an abundance of stars.

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