1965 Topps

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  1   Tony Oliva / Brooks Robinson / Elston Howard LL
AL 1964 Batting Leaders
  Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles / New York Yankees
  2   Roberto Clemente / Rico Carty / Hank Aaron LL
NL 1964 Batting Leaders
  Pittsburgh Pirates / Milwaukee Braves
  3   Harmon Killebrew / Boog Powell / Mickey Mantle LL
AL 1964 Home Run Leaders
  Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles / New York Yankees
  4   Willie Mays / Billy Williams / Johnny Callison / Orlando Cepeda / Jim Hart LL, UER
UER: Mays N.Y. on the back, should be S.F.; NL 1964 Home Run Leaders
  San Francisco Giants / Chicago Cubs / Philadelphia Phillies
  5   Brooks Robinson / Dick Stuart / Mickey Mantle / Harmon Killebrew LL
AL 1964 R.B.I. Leaders
  Baltimore Orioles / Boston Red Sox / New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
  6   Ken Boyer / Ron Santo / Willie Mays LL
NL 1964 R.B.I. Leaders
  St. Louis Cardinals / Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants
  7   Dean Chance / Joel Horlen LL
AL 1964 E.R.A. Leaders
  Los Angeles Angels / Chicago White Sox
  8   Sandy Koufax / Don Drysdale LL
NL 1964 E.R.A. Leaders
  Los Angeles Dodgers
  9   Dean Chance / Gary Peters / Wally Bunker / Juan Pizarro / Dave Wickersham LL
AL 1964 Pitching Leaders
  Los Angeles Angels / Chicago White Sox / Baltimore Orioles / Detroit Tigers
  10   Larry Jackson / Juan Marichal / Ray Sadecki LL
NL 1964 Pitching Leaders
  Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants / St. Louis Cardinals
  11   Al Downing / Camilo Pascual / Dean Chance LL
AL 1964 Strikeout Leaders
  New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins / Los Angeles Angels
  12   Bob Veale / Bob Gibson / Don Drysdale LL
NL 1964 Strikeout Leaders
  Pittsburgh Pirates / St. Louis Cardinals / Los Angeles Dodgers
  13   Pedro Ramos   New York Yankees
  14   Len Gabrielson   Chicago Cubs
  15   Robin Roberts   Baltimore Orioles

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.

User Comments

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 ???

Jun 9, 2020 - 7:01PM

Had this set and nm condition and somehow it came up missing during my divorce 10 years ago, Had all my sets in binders stored in boxes. Well low and behold the box containing this set and 1973, 1974, 75, 76 came up missing. A buddy of mine did some construction work for her and he saw the box. She told me I do not have any of your cards. Going to try and complete the 65, 74, 75, 76 again. Ugh divorce.

Edited on: Jun 10, 2020 - 9:47AM


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