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1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball Cards

1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball Cards

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Topps Traded is traditionally seen as a year-end box set. 1995 Topps Traded and Rookies changed that. It marked the first time the product was released exclusively in foil packs.

The design of the 165-card set maintains that of the flagship 1995 Topps Baseball set. Base cards have white borders that give way to a photo with rough edges. The player name is in gold foil at the bottom of the card. Their position and team are below that. 1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball subsets include Rookie of the Year Candidates, Draft Picks, All-Stars and multi-player Prospects cards. Kicking off the set is 10 At the Break cards that highlight achievements from the first half of the 1995 season. Cards are numbered with a T to differentiate them from the flagship Topps set.

The most significant card in 1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball is also one of the biggest errors in the modern hobby. Getting player photos mixed up is nothing new. However, they're usually reserved for small players. The 1995 Topps Traded Carlos Beltran rookie has Juan Lebron on it. Beltran is pictured on Lebron's rookie card. This has given both cards significance. Although, it has likely also hurt the long-term prospects of the Beltran, the multi-time All-Star's lone rookie card.

Other rookie cards of note in the set are Hideo Nomo, Brad Radke, Michael Barrett, Richie Sexon and Mark Sweeney. Sexson and Sweeney are paired together on a card with George Arias and Brian Schneider.

1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball has just one insert set. Power Boosters are foil versions of the At the Break cards from the base set. Printed on premium card stock with a foil background, they're inserted one per 36-pack box.

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Set Checklist

1995 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

165 cards.

1T Frank Thomas At the Break
2T Ken Griffey Jr. At the Break
3T Barry Bonds At the Break
4T Albert Belle At the Break
5T Cal Ripken At the Break
6T Mike Piazza At the Break
7TTony Gwynn At the Break
8T Jeff Bagwell At the Break
9T Mo Vaughn At the Break
10T Matt Williams At the Break
11T Ray Durham
12T Juan LeBron RC UER
13T Shawn Green
14T Kevin Gross
15T Jon Nunnally
16T Brian Maxcy RC
17T Mark Kiefer
18T Carlos Beltran RC UER
19T Michael Mimbs RC
20T Larry Walker
21T Chad Curtis
22T Jeff Barry
23T Joe Oliver
24T Tomas Perez RC
25T Michael Barrett RC
26T Brian McRae
27T Derek Bell
28T Ray Durham
29T Todd Williams
30T Ryan Jaroncyk RC
31T Todd Steverson
32T Mike Devereaux
33T Rheal Cormier
34T Benny Santiago
35T Bob Higginson RC
36T Jack McDowell
37T Mike MacFarlane
38T Tony McKnight RC
39T Brian L.Hunter
40T Hideo Nomo RC
41T Brett Butler
42T Donovan Osborne
43T Scott Karl
44T Tony Phillips
45T Marty Cordova
46T Dave Mlicki
47T Bronson Arroyo RC
48T John Burkett
49T J.D.Smart RC
50T Mickey Tettleton
51T Todd Stottlemyre
52T Mike Perez
53T Terry Mulholland
54T Edgardo Alfonzo
55T Zane Smith
56T Jacob Brumfield
57T Andujar Cedeno
58T Jose Parra
59T Manny Alexander
60T Tony Tarasco
61T Orel Hershiser
62T Tim Scott
63T Felix Rodriguez RC
64T Ken Hill
65T Marquis Grissom
66T Lee Smith
67T Jason Bates
68T Felipe Lira
69T Alex Hernandez RC
70T Tony Fernandez
71T Scott Radinsky
72T Jose Canseco
73T Mark Grudzielanek RC
74T Ben Davis RC
75T Jim Abbott
76T Roger Bailey
77T Gregg Jefferies
78T Erik Hanson
79T Brad Radke RC
80T Jaime Navarro
81T John Wetteland
82T Chad Fonville RC
83T John Mabry
84T Glenallen Hill
85T Ken Caminiti
86T Tom Goodwin
87T Darren Bragg
88T Robbie Bell RC
89T Jeff Russell
90T Dave Gallagher
91T Steve Finley
92T Vaughn Eshelman
93T Kevin Jarvis
94T Mark Gubicza
95T Tim Wakefield
96T Bob Tewksbury
97T Sid Roberson RC
98T Tom Henke
99T Michael Tucker
100T Jason Bates
101T Otis Nixon
102T Mark Whiten
103T Dilson Torres RC
104T Melvin Bunch
105T Terry Pendleton
106T Corey Jenkins RC
107T Glenn Dishman RC
108T Reggie Taylor RC
109T Curtis Goodwin
110T David Cone
111T Antonio Osuna
112T Paul Shuey
113T Doug Jones
114T Mark McLemore
115T Kevin Ritz
116T John Kruk
117T Trevor Wilson
118T Jerald Clark
119T Julian Tavarez
120T Tim Pugh
121T Todd Zeile
122T R.Sexson/B Schneider RC
123T Bobby Witt
124T Hideo Nomo ROY
125T Joey Cora
126T Jim Scharrer RC
127T Paul Quantrill
128T Chipper Jones ROY
129T Kenny James RC
130T Mariano Rivera
131T Tyler Green
132T Brad Clontz
133T Jon Nunnally
134T Dave Magadan
135T Al Leiter
136T Bret Barberie
137T Bill Swift
138T Scott Cooper
139T Roberto Kelly
140T Charlie Hayes
141T Pete Harnisch
142T Rich Amaral
143T Rudy Seanez
144T Pat Listach
145T Quilvio Veras
146T Jose Olmeda RC
147T Roberto Petagine
148T Kevin Brown
149T Phil Plantier
150T Carlos Perez
151T Pat Borders
152T Tyler Green
153T Stan Belinda
154T Dave Stewart
155T Andre Dawson
156T Frank Thomas, Fred McGriff AS
157T Carlos Baerga, Craig Biggio AS
158T Wade Boggs, Matt Williams AS
159T Cal Ripken, Ozzie Smith AS
160T Ken Griffey Jr, Tony Gwynn AS
161T Albert Belle, Barry Bonds AS
162T Kirby Puckett, Lenny Dykstra AS
163T Ivan Rodriguez, Mike Piazza AS
164T Hideo Nomo, Randy Johnson AS
165T Checklist
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Power Boosters Set Checklist

10 cards. Inserted 1:36 packs.

1T Frank Thomas
2T Ken Griffey Jr.
3T Barry Bonds
4T Albert Belle
5T Cal Ripken Jr.
6T Mike Piazza
7T Tony Gwynn
8T Jeff Bagwell
9T Mo Vaughn
10T Matt Williams
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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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