1969 O-Pee-Chee

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  1   AL 1968 Batting Leaders - Carl Yastrzemski / Danny Cater / Tony Oliva LL, DP   Boston Red Sox / Oakland Athletics / Minnesota Twins
  2   NL 1968 Batting Leaders - Pete Rose / Matty Alou / Felipe Alou LL   Cincinnati Reds / Pittsburgh Pirates / Atlanta Braves
  3   AL 1968 RBI Leaders - Ken Harrelson / Frank Howard / Jim Northrup LL   Boston Red Sox / Washington Senators / Detroit Tigers
  4   NL 1968 RBI Leaders - Willie McCovey / Ron Santo / Billy Williams LL   San Francisco Giants / Chicago Cubs
  5   AL 1968 Home Run Leaders - Frank Howard / Willie Horton / Ken Harrelson LL   Washington Senators / Detroit Tigers / Boston Red Sox
  6   NL 1968 Home Run Leaders - Willie McCovey / Richie Allen / Ernie Banks LL   San Francisco Giants / Philadelphia Phillies / Chicago Cubs
  7   AL 1968 ERA Leaders - Luis Tiant / Sam McDowell / Dave McNally LL, UER
UER: McNally misspelled on back
  Cleveland Indians / Baltimore Orioles
  8   NL 1968 ERA Leaders - Bob Gibson / Bobby Bolin / Bob Veale LL   St. Louis Cardinals / San Francisco Giants / Pittsburgh Pirates
  9   AL 1968 Pitching Leaders - Denny McLain / Dave McNally / Mel Stottlemyre / Luis Tiant LL   Detroit Tigers / Baltimore Orioles / New York Yankees / Cleveland Indians
  10   NL 1968 Pitching Leaders - Juan Marichal / Bob Gibson / Fergie Jenkins LL   San Francisco Giants / St. Louis Cardinals / Chicago Cubs

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Feb 19, 2019 - 9:07PM
BeeBee Canuck

Hmmm... growing up in Canada, these were the first baseball cards I ever purchased as a kid. Unless my memory fails me, I recall purchasing two packs at the local country store for five cents each. My first card from the first pack? Jack Billingham! This set will always be one of my all-time favourites and I recall being especially fascinated by the black-and-white World Series cards. I can also recall the two most prized cards in the set that year... Lou Brock and Denny McLain. And it was also via this set that I learned who Willie Davis was before I ever heard of Willie Mays. These cards were my gateway to the game and to watching baseball on TV.


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