Switching things up, 1973 Kellogg’s Baseball might be the most distinct of the cereal manufacturer’s releases simply because it took a break from using 3-D.
1972 Kellogg’s Baseball marks the third consecutive year the cereal maker produced a set of 3-D cards. Willie May, Roberto Clemente and Pete Rose are among the big names on the checklist.
1972 Kellogg’s All-Time Baseball Greats is an overlooked gem in the hobby. Extremely affordable, the 3-D set consists of only Hall of Famers.
1971 Kellogg’s Baseball is considered the toughest baseball card set from the cereal maker to complete. The small cards once again focus on a 3-D design.
An oddball classic, 1970 Kellogg’s Baseball was the first complete baseball card set from the cereal maker. The checklist includes Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente and a second-year Reggie Jackson.