1975 Topps

Total Cards: 660

Rating: 8.4 (168 votes)
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Top Sets: #12

Release Notes: Distributed in one series (#1-660)

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  1   Hank Aaron HL, AS   Atlanta Braves
  2   Lou Brock HL   St. Louis Cardinals
  3   Bob Gibson HL   St. Louis Cardinals
  4   Al Kaline HL   Detroit Tigers
  5   Nolan Ryan HL   California Angels
  6   Mike Marshall HL   Los Angeles Dodgers
  7   Steve Busby / Dick Bosman / Nolan Ryan HL   Kansas City Royals / Cleveland Indians / California Angels
  8   Rogelio Moret   Boston Red Sox
  9   Frank Tepedino   Atlanta Braves
  10   Willie Davis   Montreal Expos


  • John D'Acquisto was named to the 1974 Topps All-Star Rookie Team but his #372 card is missing the trophy designation.
  • Card #120 of Steve Busby shows Fran Healy.

    Card #626 does not show Larry Haney, but Dave Duncan instead.
  • In 1975, Topps released a smaller version of it's base set in the midwest an west coast. 'Minis' are card-for-card reproductions but measure 2 1/4" by 3 1/8".
  • Reggie Jackson #300 should have an all star designation on it, as he was a starter.
  • #407 Herb Washington is listed as a "pinch runner" since he was strictly used for pinch running and never had a plate appearance in his two-year career. No other player with at least one baseball card has had "Pinch Runner" listed as his position.

User Comments

Sep 22, 2021 - 11:46AM

This was the first set of cards I ever bought, I was 7 years old and would spend my entire $1 allowance on packs of cards and the long rope gum at the local .05 and .10 in Westwood (Not SoCal, but NorCal). I never completed the set and it kind of went by the wayside until I found them about 2 years ago and put them in a binder. I just completed the set, with the Brett RC and the Fred Lynn RC card. Now I only need about 40 more cards for the mini set and my first childhood memory will be complete.

Jan 9, 2021 - 10:10PM

My first packs, don’t know how many or even opening them. I would have been 5. I remember when I was 6 finding them “again”. I was so excited to find out I had a Johnny Bench card. Such a blessing to discover baseball in 1975 living near the Big Red Machine.

Oct 18, 2020 - 5:04PM

My grandmother gave me this complete set new (mail order I believe). In 1973 and 1974 I built the sets from packs and trading. I sorted into teams and filed them in a box. They got less handling and I remember it's wasn't as much fun but I liked the cards and especially the color. Brett RC and Aaron set were memorable. I love this set as a collector and especially with the sentimental value....not to mentioned I'm a Royals collector so it has the Brett RC!


Posted by: ComposerMike
May 25, 2021 - 7:09PM


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Given a box of random 1975 Topps4Nov 16, 2018 7:24 PM
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Difference between 1975 Topps and Topps Mini wrappers0Sep 9, 2016 8:19 AM
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