1964 Topps

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  1   1963 National League E.R.A. Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Chicago Cubs / Pittsburgh Pirates
  2   1963 American League E.R.A. Leaders LL   Chicago White Sox / Minnesota Twins
  3   1963 National League Pitching Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / San Francisco Giants / Milwaukee Braves / Cincinnati Reds
  4a   1963 American League Pitching Leaders LL, VAR   New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
  4b   1963 American League Pitching Leaders LL, VAR   New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
  5   1963 National League Strikeout Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Cincinnati Reds
  6   1963 American League Strikeout Leaders LL   Minnesota Twins / Detroit Tigers
  7   1963 National League Batting Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Pittsburgh Pirates / St. Louis Cardinals / Milwaukee Braves
  8   1963 American League Batting Leaders LL   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  9   1963 National League Home Run Leaders LL   Milwaukee Braves / San Francisco Giants
  10   1963 American League Home Run Leaders LL   Minnesota Twins / Boston Red Sox
  11   1963 National League R.B.I. Leaders LL   Milwaukee Braves / St. Louis Cardinals
  12   1963 American League R.B.I. Leaders LL   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  13   Hoyt Wilhelm   Chicago White Sox
  14   Dodgers Rookies Dick Nen / Nick Willhite RC   Los Angeles Dodgers

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  • Features the rookie cards of Baseball Hall of Famers Phil Niekro and Tony Larussa.

    Features a special "In Memoriam" card (#550) for Ken Hubbs, former Cubs player who tragically died in a plane crash in 1964.

    Features the first individual player cards for Pete Rose and Willie Stargell.
  • Jesse Gonder was named to the 1963 Topps All-Star Rookie Team but his #457 card is missing the trophy designation.

User Comments

Sep 16, 2020 - 12:37PM
Davey9

I enjoy collecting the coins. They are still affordable for their age and are not that hard to find in decent condition. I like the set size also, not too small and not to large. I think the All Star coins are more attractive than the regular coins.

Apr 4, 2019 - 11:15AM
Phil

The key Rookie of this nice looking set is Phil Niekro.Tony Larussa, Lou Pinella, and Tommy John are some of the others. Pete Rose and Willie Stargell make their first regular card appearances.

Jan 18, 2019 - 3:52PM
Testudo

This was the first baseball card packs I opened at 11 years old. It was cool and easy to collate by teams since the team name was on top. My Dad moved to the Washington, DC area from the San Francisco area after retiring from the military in 1963. So I was a huge fan of Willie Mays but also of Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. My new team became the Washington Senators. So I had fun building Senators, along with Giants and Yankees team sets. I had the whole set completed at one time and like many I lost track of it. The other thing with these packs is that they came with player coins. My friends and I used to throw them in the pool and dive for them and they eventually rusted out. So I'm embarking on completing a new Senators set and my first card is the manager, Gil Hodges.

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