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1993 Topps Traded Baseball Cards

1993 Topps Traded Baseball Cards

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1993 Topps Traded Baseball hits the standard for the year-end release. The 132-card box set includes a mix of veterans in their new uniforms, rookies and prospects.

The year's two expansion teams, the Florida Marlins and Colorado Rockies, take up about 25 percent of the checklist. USA Baseball has 22 cards, including the Todd Helton rookie card. Helton is, by far, the most popular single in the set. Todd Walker is also part of the Team USA lineup.

Barry Bonds and Greg Maddux, both of whom signed free agent deals before the 1993 season, are key veterans on the checklist. Although not a rookie, Mike Piazza appears on his first solo Topps card.

1993 Topps Traded Baseball keeps the same design as 1993 Topps Baseball. Card fronts are highlighted by a white border and a nameplate that is flanked by two diagonal bars. Cards are numbered with a T to help differentiate them from 1993 Topps Series 1 and Series 2 cards.

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132 cards.

1T Barry Bonds
2T Rich Renteria
3T Aaron Sele
4T Carlton Loewer USA RC
5T Erik Pappas
6T Greg McMichael RC
7T Freddie Benavides
8T Kirk Gibson
9T Tony Fernandez
10T Jay Gainer RC
11T Orestes Destrade
12T A.J. Hinch USA RC
13T Bobby Munoz
14T Tom Henke
15T Rob Butler
16T Gary Wayne
17T David McCarty
18T Walt Weiss
19T Todd Helton USA RC
20T Mark Whiten
21T Ricky Gutierrez
22T Dustin Hermanson USA/RC
23T Sherman Obando RC
24T Mike Piazza
25T Jeff Russell
26T Jason Bere
27T Jack Voigt RC
28T Chris Bosio
29T Phil Hiatt
30T Matt Beaumont USA RC
31T Andres Galarraga
32T Greg Swindell
33T Vince Castino
34T Pat Clougherty USA RC
35T Greg Briley
36T D. Green/D. Johnson MG
37T Tyler Green
38T Craig Paquette
39T Danny Sheaffer RC
40T Jim Converse RC
41T Terry Harvey USA RC
42T Phil Plantier
43T Doug Saunders RC
44T Benito Santiago
45T Dante Powell USA RC
46T Jeff Parrett
47T Wade Boggs
48T Paul Molitor
49T Turk Wendell
50T David Wells
51T Gary Sheffield
52T Kevin Young
53T Nelson Liriano
54T Greg Maddux
55T Derek Bell
56T Matt Turner RC
57T Charlie Nelson USA RC
58T Mike Hampton
59T Troy O'Leary
60T Benji Gil
61T Mitch Lyden RC
62T J.T. Snow
63T Damon Buford
64T Gene Harris
65T Randy Myers
66T Felix Jose
67T Todd Dunn USA RC
68T Jimmy Key
69T Pedro Castellano
70T Mark Merila USA RC
71T Rick Rodriguez
72T Matt Mieske
73T Pete Incaviglia
74T Carl Everett
75T Jim Abbott
76T Luis Aquino
77T Rene Arocha
78T Jon Shave
79T Tom Walker USA RC
80T Jack Armstrong
81T Jeff Richardson
82T Blas Minor
83T Dave Winfield
84T Paul O'Neill
85T Steve Reich USA RC
86T Chris Hammond
87T Hilly Hathaway RC
88T Fred McGriff
89T Dave Telgheder RC
90T Richie Lewis RC
91T Brent Gates
92T Andre Dawson
93T Andy Barkett USA RC
94T Doug Drabek
95T Joe Klink
96T Willie Blair
97T Danny Graves USA RC
98T Pat Meares RC
99T Mike Lansing RC
100T Marcos Armas RC
101T Darren Grass USA RC
102T Chris Jones
103T Ken Ryan RC
104T Ellis Burks
105T Roberto Kelly
106T Dave Magadan
107T Parke Wilson USA RC
108T Bob Natal
109T Paul Wagner
110T Jeromy Burnitz
111T Monty Fariss
112T Kevin Mitchell
113T Scott Pose RC
114T Dave Stewart
115T Russ Johnson USA RC
116T Archie Reynolds
117T Geronimo Berroa
118T Woody Williams RC
119T Tim Bogar RC
120T Bob Scafa USA
121T Henry Cotto
122T Gregg Jefferies
123T Norm Charlton
124T Bret Wagner USA RC
125T David Cone
126T Daryl Boston
127T Tim Wallach
128T Mike Martin USA RC
129T John Cummings RC
130T Ryan Bowen
131T John Powell USA RC
132T Checklist
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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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