1968 Topps

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  1   1967 N.L. Batting Leaders (Matty Alou / Roberto Clemente / Tony Gonzalez) LL   Pittsburgh Pirates / Philadelphia Phillies
  2   1967 A.L. Batting Leaders (Al Kaline / Frank Robinson / Carl Yastrzemski) LL   Boston Red Sox / Baltimore Orioles / Detroit Tigers
  3   1967 N.L. RBI Leaders (Hank Aaron / Orlando Cepeda / Roberto Clemente) LL   St. Louis Cardinals / Pittsburgh Pirates / Atlanta Braves
  4   1967 A.L. RBI Leaders (Harmon Killebrew / Frank Robinson / Carl Yastrzemski) LL   Boston Red Sox / Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles
  5   1967 N.L. Home Run Leaders (Hank Aaron / Willie McCovey / Ron Santo / Jim Wynn) LL   Atlanta Braves / Houston Astros / Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants
  6   1967 A.L. Home Run Leaders (Frank Howard / Harmon Killebrew / Carl Yastrzemski) LL   Boston Red Sox / Minnesota Twins / Washington Senators
  7   1967 N.L. ERA Leaders (Jim Bunning / Phil Niekro / Chris Short) LL   Atlanta Braves / Philadelphia Phillies
  8   1967 A.L. ERA Leaders (Joel Horlen / Gary Peters / Sonny Siebert) LL   Chicago White Sox / Cleveland Indians
  9   1967 N.L. Pitching Leaders (Jim Bunning / Fergie Jenkins / Mike McCormick / Claude Osteen) LL   San Francisco Giants / Chicago Cubs / Philadelphia Phillies / Los Angeles Dodgers
  10a   1967 A.L. Pitching Leaders (Dean Chance / Jim Lonborg / Earl Wilson) LL, ERR
ERR: "Lonberg" on back
  Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins

Inserts and Related Sets





  • 1st set to contain Oakland Athletics cards.
  • Wax packs were $0.05 for 5 cards.
  • Features the rookie cards for Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan and Johnny Bench.

    598 card set, down from 609 cards in 1967.
  • The Sporting News All Stars subset returned after a hiatus.
  • Backs of All-Star cards were puzzle pieces that formed pictures of Orlando Cepeda and Carl Yastrzemski.
  • Dick Hughes (#253), Rick Monday (#282) and Rich Nye (#339) were each named to the 1967 Topps All-Star Rookie Team but their cards are missing the trophy designation.
  • The Nolan Ryan/Jerry Koosman RC #177 has an uncorrected error on it's reverse, as the second 's' was left out of the word 'sensational' within Nolan's bio.

User Comments

Jul 8, 2021 - 5:11PM

this was the first year i ever bought a pack of cards, 9 years old. used my coke bottle money from construction sites. my mom began collecting cards for me from the 61-63 post cereal and salada coins. got some topps 61-63 from an older friend and learned to read by sorting the cards into teams based on their hat logos. too many C's got confusing. always hated the pictures with no hats. sold a suitcase of mint 68 and 69 doubles to neighbor for 10 bucks. kept my rubber band damaged full sets. started buying complete sets from bruce yeko at wholesale cards in 1970. also started buying older cards and sets from him. still have 1968 pricebook showing complete set of 1952 topps for $199.00. i begged my dad to buy but got complete set of 1964 instead. glad i found this website. will take several years to list my cards.

Feb 21, 2021 - 8:05AM

This was the first pack I ever opened. Paid .05c and ate the gum. I still have the old creased Mickey Mantle that I collected back then, and some of the others. Some of the commons ended up being a noisemaker on the spokes of my bicycle. Good times!

Apr 5, 2020 - 5:43AM

1968 Topps baseball was the first pack that I ever opened. I think it was a 2nd or 3rd series pack. "Burlap" border and all, it's still a sentimental favorite of mine.


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


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