1965 Topps

Total Cards: 598

Rating: 8.8 (147 votes)
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Top Sets: #2

Notes: Distributed in seven series: #1-88, #89-176, #177-264, #265-352, #353-429, #430-506 and #507-598

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1 American League 1964 Batting Leaders (Tony Oliva / Brooks Robinson / Elston Howard) LL Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles / New York Yankees
2 National League 1964 Batting Leaders (Bob Clemente / Rico Carty / Hank Aaron) LL Pittsburgh Pirates / Milwaukee Braves
3 American League 1964 Home Run Leaders (Harmon Killebrew / Boog Powell / Mickey Mantle) LL Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles / New York Yankees
4 National League 1964 Home Run Leaders (Willie Mays / Billy Williams / Johnny Callison / Orlando Cepeda / Jim Hart) LL, UER
UER: Mays N.Y. on the back, should be S.F.
San Francisco Giants / Chicago Cubs / Philadelphia Phillies
5 American League 1964 RBI Leaders (Brooks Robinson / Dick Stuart / Mickey Mantle / Harmon Killebrew) LL Baltimore Orioles / Boston Red Sox / New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
6 National League 1964 RBI Leaders (Ken Boyer / Ron Santo / Willie Mays) LL St. Louis Cardinals / Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants
7 American League 1964 ERA Leaders (Dean Chance / Joel Horlen) LL Los Angeles Angels / Chicago White Sox
8 National League 1964 ERA Leaders (Sandy Koufax / Don Drysdale) LL Los Angeles Dodgers
9 American League 1964 Pitching Leaders (Dean Chance / Gary Peters / Wally Bunker / Juan Pizarro / Dave Wickersham) LL Los Angeles Angels / Chicago White Sox / Baltimore Orioles / Detroit Tigers
10 National League 1964 Pitching Leaders (Larry Jackson / Juan Marichal / Ray Sadecki) LL Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants / St. Louis Cardinals

Inserts and Related Sets



  • Last set to include Milwaukee Braves cards.
  • Last year that $0.01 packs containing 1 card were made available.
  • Features the rookie card for the first Japanese MLB player Masanori Murakami.

    Features the rookie cards for Hall of Famers Joe Morgan, Steve Carlton, Jim "Catfish" Hunter, and Tony Perez.
  • Houston Astros cards in 1st series read HOUSTON on the pennant on front as they changed their name in December 1964.
  • Mike Brumley was named to the 1964 Topps All-Star Rookie Team but his #523 card is missing the trophy designation.
  • Card #462 shows Pete Lovrich, and not Lew Krausse.
  • A strip of three Topps Transfers were inserted into each baseball card pack.

User Comments

Jan 28, 2022 - 8:55AM

I bought my first cards in 65, 10 years old, went to the local five and dime, and in it was a Ron Fairly- Fairly was a key guy for the Dodgers at the time, and I lived in Long Beach Cal, and he played high school baseball and basketball in Long Beach so was kind of a local legend.

Aug 15, 2020 - 11:34AM

One of my favorite card designs.

Jun 30, 2020 - 1:42PM

why is the World Series card #134 Mantle's Clutch HR not considered ( at least i have never seen it in 55 years ) an ERROR CARD ..... as one of the tougher and now one of the money cards in the set , I've looked at hundreds of them ..... here'e the problem folks .... the pitcher , tho his name has possiblly been whited out , is Cardinal's great BOB GIBSON ( the follow through is historical in itself ) .... the home run being celebrated on the card is MICKEY MANTLE'S GAME WINNING HOME RUN IN GAME 3 ........ BOB GIBSON DID NOT PITCH in game three , but he DID PITCH GAME TWO .... and if you look closer at the photo , the catcher is placing his hand over the ball in his catcher's mitt , indicating a swing and a miss on Mickey' part ... i believe this is one of the two times GIBSON STRUCK OUT MICKEY in GAME 2 , not the HOMERUN , which was thrown by BARNEY SCHULTZ ( obviously not who is in the picture ) ... i believe this to be an error card , never discussed , and not at all the moment in time the card is celebrating ......... THOUGHTS ANYONE ???


Posted by: ComposerMike
Apr 25, 2021 - 1:45PM


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