1992 Topps

Total Cards: 792

Rating: 7.4 (113 votes)
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Notes: Distributed in one series (#1-792)


  • The first Topps set to be printed on white card stock since the 1969 set.
  • The first regular issue Topps set not to have bubblegum included in packs.
  • A pack promotion was a chance at winning a $100,000 buying spree at a card show.
  • A "match the stats" game card was included in every pack for a chance to win 10 gold cards by scoring 100 runs.
  • The gold cards were made available as a factory set, with reportedly 12,000 sets being produced.
  • The gold card factory set included a bonus card. Card #793, a signed Brien Taylor card.
  • In the gold card set, the checklist cards were replaced with cards of rookies Terry Mathews, Rod Beck, Tony Perezchica, Terry McDaniel, John Ramos, and Brian Williams.

User Comments

Sep 26, 2021 - 9:31AM

This is the first set where I clearly remember buying pack after pack in hopes of landing the coveted Brien Taylor card. I didn't even care about the gold parallel or the scratch-off cards in the packs. Both my father and grandfather helped me collect the set, something I'll never forget.

Jul 4, 2020 - 9:50PM

The design is rather conservative but it isn't really bad.
Swomewhat similar in concept to the 1961

Edited on: Jul 4, 2020 - 9:51PM

May 22, 2018 - 9:29AM

I always remember the scratch-off cards that came with the packs. My younger cousin and I would hold them over a light bulb and you could see the HR logos underneath and scratch a winner every time! I had tons of the redemption packs and tons more I never received from Topps.


Posted by: rediscoverthe80s
May 22, 2020 - 12:52PM


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