1971 Topps Baseball Cards – Best Cards and Set Info

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1970s cards are back and they’re gaining popularity when it comes to retro baseball cards. They’re known for their funky designs and of course, some of the biggest baseball legends of all time.

The 1971 Topps baseball card set is filled with superb cards of superstars like Reggie Jackson, Hank Aaron, Tom Seaver, Willie Mays, Johnny Bench, and many others.

And unlike the baseball cards of today, these cards have actual scarcity to them which makes them more valuable.

You’ll have to work extra hard and spend a bit more to get the best-rated cards from this baseball set.

Perhaps you’re someone who’s found an old stack of cards hidden somewhere in your uncle’s garage or you’re simply looking for the best cards from that era to revive some of the nostalgia hidden within yourself.

1971 Topps Basebal Card Set – Basic Info

1971 Topps Basebal Card Set - Basic Info

Before we get into the cards, let’s talk about the 1971 Topps baseball card set for a bit.

Topps baseball cards have been around for quite a while up until 1971, so collectors were already well aware of the popularity of these Topps cards. The first Topps cards were already present in 1949 with the likes of Babe Ruth included, of course.

But in terms of card design and looks, the progress was quite slow up until the 1970s, when big changes started happening.

The 1971 set was already slightly different from the 1970 set. It included a bit more graphical elements and of course, an autograph. For reference, here’s what a card from the 1970s baseball set would look like:

1970s baseball set would look like

Another major difference between the 1971 Topps set and the previous sets was the size. It included a whopping 752 cards, which was record-breaking in terms of set size.

Among those cards were, of course, player cards, but the set also included some specialty cards. These include team cards as well as cards of award winners and various types of different cards you can collect, including Playoffs cards and World Series highlights.

One of the downsides of the 1971 Topps cards was the black borders around the image, which were susceptible to damage. As you might be aware, black is quite vulnerable when it comes to aging, so you’ll probably struggle to find many high-graded cards.

Best Cards from the 1971 Topps Baseball Set

So now that you know a bit more about the set, let’s take a gander at some of the best 1971 Topps baseball cards that you can collect.

1971 Topps Thurman Munson #5 (1970 Topps All-Star Rookie)

1971 Topps Thurman Munson #5 (1970 Topps All-Star Rookie)

At the number one spot when it comes to card value we have the #5 card, which is Thurman Munson’s card.

Munson’s card stands out from the set because of a slightly different design from the rest. On the majority of other cards, you’ll find portraits of players, while Munson’s card featured the player in action. It also features a horizontal design.

The second difference is, of course, the Topps 1970 All-Star Rookie badge on the left – dedicated to Munson’s Rookie of the Year award from the 1970s.

And of course, Munson’s cards have always been popular, but probably not many of them are more popular than his rookie card and this one from 1971.

It’s the most valuable card from the 1971 baseball card set for sure.

1971 Topps Willie Mays #600

1971 Topps Willie Mays #600

Willie Mays is one of the biggest ever superstars in the world of baseball. By 1971, he was already a veteran at the grand old age of 40, but Mays was still going strong for the SF Giants.

Mays’ Topps baseball cards have always been popular, but with the many years in the league and his growing influence, these cards started gaining even more value.

Similar trends can be seen with other cards where players had a lengthy career, such as Nolan Ryan.

To top it off, Mays also had a good season with the Giants in 1971 despite his age, so this card remains to be one of the most popular ones from the set.

1971 Topps Roberto Clemente #630

1971 Topps Roberto Clemente #630

Roberto Clemente was one of the biggest names in the 1971 Topps baseball set.

Before the season, many people had doubts over Clemente and his future in the league. Clemente was 37, and before the season, it seemed as though Clemente’s career was going to naturally decline.

But in 1971, he proved all his doubters wrong.

Not only did the Pirates win the World Series this season, but Clemente also managed to win the MVP award for the World Series.

While Clemente was already a huge star before the 1971 season, this helped him to cement himself at the very top.

1971 Topps Johnny Bench #250

1971 Topps Johnny Bench #250

Johnny Bench was also one of the biggest names of 1970s baseball, but his 1971 season didn’t go as planned for him.

He had many troubles and as a result, the Cincinnati Reds struggled in the 1971 season. But despite that, Bench remained at the club and delivered for the team a season later.

Despite the on-the-field struggles, Bench’s 1971 Topps card remains to be one of the best cards from the set.

1971 Topps Nolan Ryan #513

1971 Topps Nolan Ryan #513

Despite the fact that Ryan has been in the league for almost 5 years by 1971, it today seems as though this card comes from a very early part of his career, considering he lasted until 1993.

In 1971, Nolan Ryan was still behind Tom Seaver in the pecking order, but it was a valuable learning experience for the future Hall of Famer.

Nolan Ryan’s #513 is one of the most valuable cards from the 1971 set.

1971 Topps Hank Aaron #400

1971 Topps Hank Aaron #400

Let’s not forget to mention Hank Aaron’s card from 1971. At the time, Aaron was already considered a veteran, but his numbers kept on going strong.

As a Hall of Famer and one of the best players at the time, Aaron’s card remains to be highly valuable.

 

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1971 Topps Baseball Card Checklist

1 1970 World Champions – Baltimore Orioles
2 Dock Ellis – Pittsburgh Pirates
3 Dick McAuliffe – Detroit Tigers
4 Vic Davalillo – St. Louis Cardinals
5 Thurman Munson – New York Yankees
6 Ed Spiezio – San Diego Padres
7 Jim Holt – Minnesota Twins RC
8 Mike McQueen – Atlanta Braves
9 George Scott – Boston Red Sox
10 Claude Osteen – Los Angeles Dodgers
11 Elliott Maddox – Washington Senators RC
12 Johnny Callison – Chicago Cubs
13 White Sox Rookies – Charlie Brinkman / Dick Moloney RC
14 Dave Concepcion – Cincinnati Reds RC
15 Andy Messersmith – California Angels
16 Ken Singleton – New York Mets RC
17 Billy Sorrell – Kansas City Royals
18 Norm Miller – Houston Astros
19 Skip Pitlock – San Francisco Giants RC
20 Reggie Jackson – Oakland Athletics
21 Dan McGinn – Montreal Expos
22 Phil Roof – Milwaukee Brewers
23 Oscar Gamble – Philadelphia Phillies
24 Rich Hand – Cleveland Indians RC
25 Cito Gaston – San Diego Padres
26 Bert Blyleven – Minnesota Twins RC
27 Pirates Rookies – Fred Cambria / Gene Clines RC
28 Ron Klimkowski – New York Yankees
29 Don Buford – Baltimore Orioles
30 Phil Niekro – Atlanta Braves
31 Eddie Kasko – Boston Red Sox
32 Jerry DaVanon – St. Louis Cardinals
33 Del Unser – Washington Senators
34 Sandy Vance – Los Angeles Dodgers RC
35 Lou Piniella – Kansas City Royals
36 Dean Chance – New York Mets
37 Rich McKinney – Chicago White Sox RC
38 Jim Colborn – Chicago Cubs RC
39 Tigers Rookies – Lerrin LaGrow / Gene Lamont RC
40 Lee May – Cincinnati Reds
41 Rick Austin – Cleveland Indians RC
42 Boots Day – Montreal Expos
43 Steve Kealey – California Angels
44 Johnny Edwards – Houston Astros
45 Jim Hunter – Oakland Athletics
46 Dave Campbell – San Diego Padres
47 Johnny Jeter – Pittsburgh Pirates
48 Dave Baldwin – Milwaukee Brewers
49 Don Money – Philadelphia Phillies
50 Willie McCovey – San Francisco Giants
51 Steve Kline RC – New York Yankees RC
52 Braves Rookies – Oscar Brown / Earl Williams RC
53 Paul Blair – Baltimore Orioles
54 Checklist (#1-132)
55 Steve Carlton – St. Louis Cardinals
56 Duane Josephson – Chicago White Sox
57 Von Joshua – Los Angeles Dodgers RC
58 Bill Lee – Boston Red Sox
59 Gene Mauch – Montreal Expos
60 Dick Bosman – Washington Senators
61 AL 1970 Batting Leaders – Alex Johnson / Carl Yastrzemski / Tony Oliva
62 NL 1970 Batting Leaders – Rico Carty / Joe Torre / Manny Sanguillen
63 AL 1970 RBI Leaders – Frank Howard / Tony Conigliaro / Boog Powell
64 NL 1970 RBI Leaders – Johnny Bench / Tony Perez / Billy Williams
65 AL 1970 HR Leaders – Frank Howard / Harmon Killebrew / Carl Yastrzemski
66 NL 1970 HR Leaders – Johnny Bench / Billy Williams / Tony Perez
67 AL 1970 ERA Leaders – Diego Segui / Jim Palmer / Clyde Wright
68 NL 1970 ERA Leaders – Tom Seaver / Wayne Simpson / Luke Walker
69 AL 1970 Pitching Leaders – Mike Cuellar / Dave McNally / Jim Perry
70 NL 1970 Pitching Leaders – Bob Gibson / Gaylord Perry / Fergie Jenkins
71 AL 1970 Strikeout Leaders – Sam McDowell / Mickey Lolich / Bob Johnson
72 NL 1970 Strikeout Leaders – Tom Seaver / Bob Gibson / Fergie Jenkins
73 George Brunet – Pittsburgh Pirates
74 Twins Rookies – Pete Hamm / Jim Nettles RC
75 Gary Nolan – Cincinnati Reds
76 Ted Savage – Milwaukee Brewers
77 Mike Compton – Philadelphia Phillies RC
78 Jim Spencer – California Angels
79 Wade Blasingame – Houston Astros
80 Bill Melton – Chicago White Sox
81 Felix Millan – Atlanta Braves
82 Casey Cox – Washington Senators
83 Mets Rookies – Tim Foli / Randy Bobb RC
84 Marcel Lachemann – Oakland Athletics RC
85 Billy Grabarkewitz – Los Angeles Dodgers
86 Mike Kilkenny – Detroit Tigers
87 Jack Heidemann – Cleveland Indians RC
88 Hal King – Atlanta Braves
89 Ken Brett – Boston Red Sox
90 Joe Pepitone – Chicago Cubs
91 Bob Lemon – Kansas City Royals
92 Fred Wenz – Philadelphia Phillies
93 Senators Rookies – Norm McRae / Denny Riddleberger RC
94 Don Hahn – Montreal Expos RC
95 Luis Tiant – Minnesota Twins
96 Joe Hague – St. Louis Cardinals
97 Floyd Wicker – Milwaukee Brewers
98 Joe Decker – Chicago Cubs RC
99 Mark Belanger – Baltimore Orioles
100 Pete Rose – Cincinnati Reds
101 Les Cain – Detroit Tigers
102 Astros Rookies – Ken Forsch / Larry Howard RC
103 Rich Severson – Kansas City Royals RC
104 Danny Frisella – New York Mets
105 Tony Conigliaro – California Angels
106 Tom Dukes – San Diego Padres
107 Roy Foster – Cleveland Indians RC
108 John Cumberland – San Francisco Giants
109 Steve Hovley – Oakland Athletics
110 Bill Mazeroski – Pittsburgh Pirates
111 Yankee Rookies Loyd Colson / Bobby Mitchell RC
112 Manny Mota – Los Angeles Dodgers
113 Jerry Crider – Chicago White Sox
114 Billy Conigliaro – Boston Red Sox
115 Donn Clendenon – New York Mets
116 Ken Sanders – Milwaukee Brewers
117 Ted Simmons – St. Louis Cardinals RC
118 Cookie Rojas – Kansas City Royals
119 Frank Lucchesi – Philadelphia Phillies
120 Willie Horton – Detroit Tigers
121 Cubs Rookies – Jim Dunegan / Roe Skidmore RC
122 Eddie Watt – Baltimore Orioles
123a Checklist (#133-263)
124 Don Gullett – Cincinnati Reds RC
125 Ray Fosse – Cleveland Indians
126 Danny Coombs – San Diego Padres
127 Danny Thompson – Minnesota Twins RC
128 Frank Johnson – San Francisco Giants
129 Aurelio Monteagudo – Kansas City Royals
130 Denis Menke – Houston Astros
131 Curt Blefary – New York Yankees
132 Jose Laboy – Montreal Expos
133 Mickey Lolich – Detroit Tigers
134 Jose Arcia – San Diego Padres
135 Rick Monday – Oakland Athletics
136 Duffy Dyer – New York Mets
137 Marcelino Lopez – Baltimore Orioles
138 Phillies Rookies – Joe Lis / Willie Montanez RC
139 Paul Casanova – Washington Senators
140 Gaylord Perry – San Francisco Giants
141 Frank Quilici – Minnesota Twins
142 Mack Jones – Montreal Expos
143 Steve Blass – Pittsburgh Pirates
144 Jackie Hernandez – Kansas City Royals
145 Bill Singer – Los Angeles Dodgers
146 Ralph Houk – New York Yankees
147 Bob Priddy – Atlanta Braves
148 John Mayberry – Houston Astros
149 Mike Hershberger – Milwaukee Brewers
150 Sam McDowell – Cleveland Indians
151 Tommy Davis – Chicago Cubs
152 Angels Rookies – Lloyd Allen / Winston Llenas RC
153 Gary Ross – San Diego Padres
154 Cesar Gutierrez – Detroit Tigers
155 Ken Henderson – San Francisco Giants
156 Bart Johnson – Chicago White Sox
157 Bob Bailey – Montreal Expos
158 Jerry Reuss – St. Louis Cardinals
159 Jarvis Tatum – Boston Red Sox
160 Tom Seaver – New York Mets
161 Coins Checklist
162 Jack Billingham – Houston Astros
163 Buck Martinez – Kansas City Royals
164 Reds Rookies – Frank Duffy / Milt Wilcox RC
165 Cesar Tovar – Minnesota Twins
166 Joe Hoerner – Philadelphia Phillies
167 Tom Grieve – Washington Senators RC
168 Bruce Dal Canton – Pittsburgh Pirates
169 Ed Herrmann – Chicago White Sox
170 Mike Cuellar – Baltimore Orioles
171 Bobby Wine – Montreal Expos
172 Duke Sims – Cleveland Indians
173 Gil Garrido – Atlanta Braves
174 Dave LaRoche – California Angels RC
175 Jim Hickman – Chicago Cubs
176 Red Sox Rookies – Bob Montgomery / Doug Griffin RC
177 Hal McRae – Cincinnati Reds
178 Dave Duncan – Oakland Athletics
179 Mike Corkins – San Diego Padres
180 Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers
181 Hal Lanier – San Francisco Giants
182 Al Downing – Milwaukee Brewers
183 Gil Hodges – New York Mets
184 Stan Bahnsen – New York Yankees
185 Julian Javier – St. Louis Cardinals
186 Bob Spence – Chicago White Sox RC
187 Ted Abernathy – Kansas City Royals
188 Dodgers Rookies – Bobby Valentine / Mike Strahler RC
189 George Mitterwald – Minnesota Twins
190 Bob Tolan – Cincinnati Reds
191 Mike Andrews – Boston Red Sox
192 Bill Wilson – Philadelphia Phillies
193 Bobby Grich – Baltimore Orioles RC
194 Mike Lum – Atlanta Braves
195 AL Playoffs Game 1 – Powell Muscles Twins!
196 AL Playoffs Game 2 – McNally Makes It Two Straight!
197 AL Playoffs Game 3 – Palmer Mows ‘Em Down!
198 1970 AL Playoff Summary – Orioles Celebrate!
199 NL Playoffs Game 1 – Cline Pinch-Triple Decides It!
200 NL Playoffs Game 2 – Tolan Scores For Third Time!
201 NL Playoffs Game 3 – Cline Scores Winning Run!
202 1970 NL Playoff Summary – Reds Celebrate!
203 Larry Gura – Chicago Cubs RC
204 Brewers Rookies – Bernie Smith / George Kopacz RC
205 Jerry Moses – California Angels
206 Checklist (#264-393)
207 Alan Foster – Los Angeles Dodgers
208 Billy Martin – Detroit Tigers
209 Steve Renko – Montreal Expos
210 Rod Carew – Minnesota Twins
211 Phil Hennigan – Cleveland Indians RC
212 Richie Hebner – Pittsburgh Pirates
213 Frank Baker – New York Yankees RC
214 Al Ferrara – San Diego Padres
215 Diego Segui – Oakland Athletics
216 Cards Rookies – Reggie Cleveland / Luis Melendez RC
217 Ed Stroud – Washington Senators
218 Tony Cloninger – Cincinnati Reds
219 Ellie Hendricks – Baltimore Orioles
220 Ron Santo – Chicago Cubs
221 Dave Morehead – Kansas City Royals
222 Bob Watson – Houston Astros
223 Cecil Upshaw – Atlanta Braves
224 Alan Gallagher – San Francisco Giants RC
225 Gary Peters – Boston Red Sox
226 Bill Russell – Los Angeles Dodgers
227 Floyd Weaver – Chicago White Sox
228 Wayne Garrett – New York Mets
229 Jim Hannan – Detroit Tigers
230 Willie Stargell – Pittsburgh Pirates
231 Indians Rookies – Vince Colbert / John Lowenstein RC
232 John Strohmayer – Montreal Expos RC
233 Larry Bowa – Philadelphia Phillies
234 Jim Lyttle – New York Yankees
235 Nate Colbert – San Diego Padres
236 Bob Humphreys – Milwaukee Brewers
237 Cesar Cedeno – Houston Astros RC
238 Chuck Dobson – Oakland Athletics
239 Red Schoendienst – St. Louis Cardinals
240 Clyde Wright – California Angels
241 Dave Nelson – Washington Senators
242 Jim Ray – Houston Astros
243 Carlos May – Chicago White Sox
244 Bob Tillman – Atlanta Braves
245 Jim Kaat – Minnesota Twins
246 Tony Taylor – Philadelphia Phillies
247 Royals Rookies – Jerry Cram / Paul Splittorff RC
248 Hoyt Wilhelm – Chicago Cubs
249 Chico Salmon – Baltimore Orioles
250 Johnny Bench – Cincinnati Reds
251 Frank Reberger – San Francisco Giants
252 Eddie Leon – Cleveland Indians
253 Bill Sudakis – Los Angeles Dodgers
254 Cal Koonce – Boston Red Sox
255 Bob Robertson – Pittsburgh Pirates
256 Tony Gonzalez – California Angels
257 Nelson Briles – St. Louis Cardinals
258 Dick Green – Oakland Athletics
259 Dave Marshall – New York Mets
260 Tommy Harper – Milwaukee Brewers
261 Darold Knowles – Washington Senators
262 Padres Rookies – Jim Williams / Dave Robinson RC
263 John Ellis – New York Yankees
264 Joe Morgan – Houston Astros
265 Jim Northrup – Detroit Tigers
266 Bill Stoneman – Montreal Expos
267 Rich Morales – Chicago White Sox
268 Philadelphia Phillies Team
269 Gail Hopkins – Kansas City Royals
270 Rico Carty – Atlanta Braves
271 Bill Zepp – Minnesota Twins
272 Tommy Helms – Cincinnati Reds
273 Pete Richert – Baltimore Orioles
274 Ron Slocum – San Diego Padres
275 Vada Pinson – Cleveland Indians
276 Giants Rookies – Mike Davison / George Foster RC
277 Gary Waslewski – New York Yankees
278 Jerry Grote – New York Mets
279 Lefty Phillips – California Angels
280 Fergie Jenkins – Chicago Cubs
281 Danny Walton – Milwaukee Brewers
282 Jose Pagan – Pittsburgh Pirates
283 Dick Such – Washington Senators
284 Jim Gosger – Montreal Expos
285 Sal Bando – Oakland Athletics
286 Jerry McNertney – St. Louis Cardinals
287 Mike Fiore – Boston Red Sox
288 Joe Moeller – Los Angeles Dodgers
289 Chicago White Sox Team
290 Tony Oliva – Minnesota Twins
291 George Culver – Houston Astros
292 Jay Johnstone – Chicago White Sox
293 Pat Corrales – Cincinnati Reds
294 Steve Dunning – Cleveland Indians RC
295 Bobby Bonds – San Francisco Giants
296 Tom Timmermann – Detroit Tigers
297 Johnny Briggs – Philadelphia Phillies
298 Jim Nelson – Pittsburgh Pirates RC
299 Ed Kirkpatrick – Kansas City Royals
300 Brooks Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
301 Earl Wilson – San Diego Padres
302 Phil Gagliano – Boston Red Sox
303 Lindy McDaniel – New York Yankees
304 Ron Brand – Montreal Expos
305 Reggie Smith – Boston Red Sox
306 Jim Nash – Atlanta Braves
307 Don Wert – Washington Senators
308 St. Louis Cardinals Team
309 Dick Ellsworth – Milwaukee Brewers
310 Tommie Agee – New York Mets
311 Lee Stange – Chicago White Sox
312 Harry Walker – Houston Astros
313 Tom Hall – Minnesota Twins
314 Jeff Torborg – Los Angeles Dodgers
315 Ron Fairly – Montreal Expos
316 Fred Scherman – Detroit Tigers RC
317 Athletics Rookies – Jim Driscoll / Angel Mangual RC
318 Rudy May – California Angels
319 Ty Cline – Cincinnati Reds
320 Dave McNally – Baltimore Orioles
321 Tom Matchick – Kansas City Royals
322 Jim Beauchamp – St. Louis Cardinals
323 Billy Champion – Philadelphia Phillies
324 Graig Nettles – Cleveland Indians
325 Juan Marichal – San Francisco Giants
326 Richie Scheinblum – Washington Senators
327 World Series Game 1 – Powell Homers To Opposite Field!
328 World Series Game 2 – Buford Goes 2-For-4!
329 World Series Game 3 – F. Robinson Shows Muscle!
330 World Series Game 4 – Reds Stay Alive!
331 World Series Game 5 – B. Robinson Commits Robbery!
332 1970 World Series Summary – Celebration!
333 Clay Kirby – San Diego Padres
334 Roberto Pena – Milwaukee Brewers
335 Jerry Koosman – New York Mets
336 Detroit Tigers Team
337 Jesus Alou – Houston Astros
338 Gene Tenace – Oakland Athletics
339 Wayne Simpson – Cincinnati Reds
340 Rico Petrocelli – Boston Red Sox
341 Steve Garvey – Los Angeles Dodgers RC
342 Frank Tepedino – New York Yankees
343 Pirates Rookies – Ed Acosta / Milt May RC
344 Ellie Rodriguez – Kansas City Royals
345 Joe Horlen – Chicago White Sox
346 Lum Harris – Atlanta Braves
347 Ted Uhlaender – Cleveland Indians
348 Fred Norman – St. Louis Cardinals
349 Rich Reese – Minnesota Twins
350 Billy Williams – Chicago Cubs
351 Jim Shellenback – Washington Senators
352 Denny Doyle – Philadelphia Phillies
353 Carl Taylor – Milwaukee Brewers
354 Don McMahon – San Francisco Giants
355 Bud Harrelson – New York Mets
356 Bob Locker – Oakland Athletics
357 Cincinnati Reds Team
358 Danny Cater – New York Yankees
359 Ron Reed – Atlanta Braves
360 Jim Fregosi – California Angels
361 Don Sutton – Los Angeles Dodgers
362 Orioles Rookies – Mike Adamson / Roger Freed RC
363 Mike Nagy – Boston Red Sox
364 Tommy Dean – San Diego Padres
365 Bob Johnson – Pittsburgh Pirates
366 Ron Stone – Philadelphia Phillies
367 Dalton Jones – Detroit Tigers
368 Bob Veale – Pittsburgh Pirates
369 Checklist (#394-523)
370 Joe Torre – St. Louis Cardinals
371 Jack Hiatt – Houston Astros
372 Lew Krausse – Milwaukee Brewers
373 Tom McCraw – Chicago White Sox
374 Clete Boyer – Atlanta Braves
375 Steve Hargan – Cleveland Indians
376 Expos Rookies – Clyde Mashore / Ernie McAnally RC
377 Greg Garrett – Cincinnati Reds
378 Tito Fuentes – San Francisco Giants
379 Wayne Granger – Cincinnati Reds
380 Ted Williams – Washington Senators
381 Fred Gladding – Houston Astros
382 Jake Gibbs – New York Yankees
383 Rod Gaspar – San Diego Padres
384 Rollie Fingers – Oakland Athletics
385 Maury Wills – Los Angeles Dodgers
386 Boston Red Sox Team
387 Ron Herbel – Atlanta Braves
388 Al Oliver – Pittsburgh Pirates
389 Ed Brinkman – Detroit Tigers
390 Glenn Beckert – Chicago Cubs
391 Twins Rookies – Steve Brye / Cotton Nash RC
392 Grant Jackson – Baltimore Orioles
393 Merv Rettenmund – Baltimore Orioles
394 Clay Carroll – Cincinnati Reds
395 Roy White – New York Yankees
396 Dick Schofield – St. Louis Cardinals
397 Alvin Dark – Cleveland Indians
398 Howie Reed – Montreal Expos
399 Jim French – Washington Senators
400 Hank Aaron – Atlanta Braves
401 Tom Murphy – California Angels
402 Los Angeles Dodgers Team
403 Joe Coleman – Detroit Tigers
404 Astros Rookies – Buddy Harris / Roger Metzger RC
405 Leo Cardenas – Minnesota Twins
406 Ray Sadecki – New York Mets
407 Joe Rudi – Oakland Athletics
408 Rafael Robles – San Diego Padres
409 Don Pavletich – Boston Red Sox
410 Ken Holtzman – Chicago Cubs
411 George Spriggs – Kansas City Royals
412 Jerry Johnson – San Francisco Giants
413 Pat Kelly – Chicago White Sox
414 Woodie Fryman – Philadelphia Phillies
415 Mike Hegan – Milwaukee Brewers
416 Gene Alley – Pittsburgh Pirates
417 Dick Hall – Baltimore Orioles
418 Adolfo Phillips – Montreal Expos
419 Ron Hansen – New York Yankees
420 Jim Merritt – Cincinnati Reds
421 John Stephenson – California Angels
422 Frank Bertaina – St. Louis Cardinals
423 Tigers Rookies – Dennis Saunders / Tim Marting RC
424 Roberto Rodriguez – Chicago Cubs
425 Doug Rader – Houston Astros
426 Chris Cannizzaro – San Diego Padres
427 Bernie Allen – Washington Senators
428 Jim McAndrew – New York Mets
429 Chuck Hinton – Cleveland Indians
430 Wes Parker – Los Angeles Dodgers
431 Tom Burgmeier – Kansas City Royals
432 Bob Didier – Atlanta Braves
433 Skip Lockwood – Milwaukee Brewers
434 Gary Sutherland – Montreal Expos
435 Jose Cardenal – St. Louis Cardinals
436 Wilbur Wood – Chicago White Sox
437 Danny Murtaugh – Pittsburgh Pirates
438 Mike McCormick – New York Yankees
439 Phillies Rookies – Greg Luzinski / Scott Reid RC
440 Bert Campaneris – Oakland Athletics
441 Milt Pappas – Chicago Cubs
442 California Angels Team
443 Rich Robertson – San Francisco Giants
444 Jim Price – Detroit Tigers
445 Art Shamsky – New York Mets
446 Bobby Bolin – Boston Red Sox
447 Cesar Geronimo – Houston Astros RC
448 Dave Roberts – San Diego Padres
449 Brant Alyea – Minnesota Twins
450 Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals
451 Joe Keough – Kansas City Royals
452 John Boccabella – Montreal Expos
453 Terry Crowley – Baltimore Orioles
454 Mike Paul – Cleveland Indians
455 Don Kessinger – Chicago Cubs
456 Bob Meyer – Milwaukee Brewers
457 Willie Smith – Cincinnati Reds
458 White Sox Rookies – Ron Lolich / Dave Lemonds RC
459 Jim Lefebvre – Los Angeles Dodgers
460 Fritz Peterson – New York Yankees
461 Jim Hart – San Francisco Giants
462 Washington Senators Team
463 Tom Kelley – Atlanta Braves
464 Aurelio Rodriguez – Detroit Tigers
465 Tim McCarver – Philadelphia Phillies
466 Ken Berry – California Angels
467 Al Santorini – San Diego Padres
468 Frank Fernandez – Oakland Athletics
469 Bob Aspromonte – New York Mets
470 Bob Oliver – Kansas City Royals
471 Tom Griffin – Houston Astros
472 Ken Rudolph – Chicago Cubs
473 Gary Wagner – Boston Red Sox
474 Jim Fairey – Montreal Expos
475 Ron Perranoski – Minnesota Twins
476 Dal Maxvill – St. Louis Cardinals
477 Earl Weaver – Baltimore Orioles
478 Bernie Carbo – Cincinnati Reds
479 Dennis Higgins – Cleveland Indians
480 Manny Sanguillen – Pittsburgh Pirates
481 Daryl Patterson – Detroit Tigers
482 San Diego Padres Team
483 Gene Michael – New York Yankees
484 Don Wilson – Houston Astros
485 Ken McMullen – California Angels
486 Steve Huntz – San Francisco Giants
487 Paul Schaal – Kansas City Royals
488 Jerry Stephenson – Los Angeles Dodgers
489 Luis Alvarado – Chicago White Sox
490 Deron Johnson – Philadelphia Phillies
491 Jim Hardin – Baltimore Orioles
492 Ken Boswell – New York Mets
493 Dave May – Milwaukee Brewers
494 Braves Rookies – Ralph Garr / Rick Kester RC
495 Felipe Alou – Oakland Athletics
496 Woody Woodward – Cincinnati Reds
497 Horacio Pina – Washington Senators RC
498 John Kennedy – Boston Red Sox
499 Checklist (#524-643)
500 Jim Perry – Minnesota Twins
501 Andy Etchebarren – Baltimore Orioles
502 Chicago Cubs Team
503 Gates Brown – Detroit Tigers
504 Ken Wright – Kansas City Royals RC
505 Ollie Brown – San Diego Padres
506 Bobby Knoop – Chicago White Sox
507 George Stone – Atlanta Braves
508 Roger Repoz – California Angels
509 Mudcat Grant – Pittsburgh Pirates
510 Ken Harrelson – Cleveland Indians
511 Chris Short – Philadelphia Phillies
512 Red Sox Rookies – Dick Mills / Mike Garman RC
513 Nolan Ryan – New York Mets
514 Ron Woods – New York Yankees
515 Carl Morton – Montreal Expos
516 Ted Kubiak – Milwaukee Brewers
517 Charlie Fox – San Francisco Giants RC
518 Joe Grzenda – Washington Senators
519 Willie Crawford – Los Angeles Dodgers
520 Tommy John – Chicago White Sox
521 Leron Lee – St. Louis Cardinals
522 Minnesota Twins Team
523 Johnny Odom – Oakland Athletics
524 Mickey Stanley – Detroit Tigers
525 Ernie Banks – Chicago Cubs
526 Ray Jarvis – California Angels
527 Cleon Jones – New York Mets
528 Wally Bunker – Kansas City Royals
529 NL Rookie Stars – Enzo Hernandez / Bill Buckner / Marty Perez RC
530 Carl Yastrzemski – Boston Red Sox
531 Mike Torrez – St. Louis Cardinals
532 Bill Rigney – Minnesota Twins
533 Mike Ryan – Philadelphia Phillies
534 Luke Walker – Pittsburgh Pirates
535 Curt Flood – Washington Senators
536 Claude Raymond – Montreal Expos
537 Tom Egan – Chicago White Sox
538 Angel Bravo – Cincinnati Reds
539 Larry Brown – Cleveland Indians
540 Larry Dierker – Houston Astros
541 Bob Burda – St. Louis Cardinals
542 Bob Miller – Chicago Cubs
543 New York Yankees Team
544 Vida Blue – Oakland Athletics
545 Dick Dietz – San Francisco Giants
546 John Matias – Kansas City Royals
547 Pat Dobson – Baltimore Orioles
548 Don Mason – San Diego Padres
549 Jim Brewer – Los Angeles Dodgers
550 Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins
551 Frank Linzy – St. Louis Cardinals
552 Buddy Bradford – Cleveland Indians
553 Kevin Collins – Detroit Tigers
554 Lowell Palmer – Philadelphia Phillies
555 Walt Williams – Chicago White Sox
556 Jim McGlothlin – Cincinnati Reds
557 Tom Satriano – Boston Red Sox
558 Hector Torres – Chicago Cubs
559 AL Rookie Pitchers – Terry Cox / Bill Gogolewski / Gary Jones RC
560 Rusty Staub – Montreal Expos
561 Syd O’Brien – California Angels
562 Dave Giusti – Pittsburgh Pirates
563 San Francisco Giants Team
564 Al Fitzmorris – Kansas City Royals
565 Jim Wynn – Houston Astros
566 Tim Cullen – Washington Senators
567 Walt Alston – Los Angeles Dodgers
568 Sal Campisi – Minnesota Twins
569 Ivan Murrell – San Diego Padres
570 Jim Palmer – Baltimore Orioles
571 Ted Sizemore – St. Louis Cardinals
572 Jerry Kenney – New York Yankees
573 Ed Kranepool – New York Mets
574 Jim Bunning – Philadelphia Phillies
575 Bill Freehan – Detroit Tigers
576 Cubs Rookies – Adrian Garrett / Brock Davis / Garry Jestadt RC
577 Jim Lonborg – Boston Red Sox
578 Ron Hunt – Montreal Expos
579 Marty Pattin – Milwaukee Brewers
580 Tony Perez – Cincinnati Reds
581 Roger Nelson – Kansas City Royals
582 Dave Cash – Pittsburgh Pirates
583 Ron Cook – Houston Astros RC
584 Cleveland Indians Team
585 Willie Davis – Los Angeles Dodgers
586 Dick Woodson – Minnesota Twins
587 Sonny Jackson – Atlanta Braves
588 Tom Bradley – Chicago White Sox RC
589 Bob Barton – San Diego Padres
590 Alex Johnson – California Angels
591 Jackie Brown – Washington Senators RC
592 Randy Hundley – Chicago Cubs
593 Jack Aker – New York Yankees
594 Cards Rookies – Bob Chlupsa / Bob Stinson / Al Hrabosky RC
595 Dave Johnson – Baltimore Orioles
596 Mike Jorgensen – New York Mets
597 Ken Suarez – Cleveland Indians
598 Rick Wise – Philadelphia Phillies
599 Norm Cash – Detroit Tigers
600 Willie Mays – San Francisco Giants
601 Ken Tatum – Boston Red Sox
602 Marty Martinez – Houston Astros
603 Pittsburgh Pirates Team
604 John Gelnar – Milwaukee Brewers
605 Orlando Cepeda – Atlanta Braves
606 Chuck Taylor – St. Louis Cardinals
607 Paul Ratliff – Minnesota Twins
608 Mike Wegener – Montreal Expos
609 Leo Durocher – Chicago Cubs
610 Amos Otis – Kansas City Royals
611 Tom Phoebus – San Diego Padres
612 Indians Rookies – Lou Camilli / Ted Ford / Steve Mingori RC
613 Pedro Borbon – Cincinnati Reds
614 Billy Cowan – California Angels
615 Mel Stottlemyre – New York Yankees
616 Larry Hisle – Philadelphia Phillies
617 Clay Dalrymple – Baltimore Orioles
618 Tug McGraw – New York Mets
619 Checklist (#644-752)
620 Frank Howard – Washington Senators
621 Ron Bryant – San Francisco Giants
622 Joe Lahoud – Boston Red Sox
623 Pat Jarvis – Atlanta Braves
624 Oakland Athletics Team
625 Lou Brock – St. Louis Cardinals
626 Freddie Patek – Kansas City Royals
627 Steve Hamilton – Chicago White Sox
628 John Bateman – Montreal Expos
629 John Hiller – Detroit Tigers
630 Roberto Clemente – Pittsburgh Pirates
631 Eddie Fisher – California Angels
632 Darrel Chaney – Cincinnati Reds
633 AL Rookie Outfielders – Bobby Brooks / Pete Koegel / Scott Northey RC
634 Phil Regan – Chicago Cubs
635 Bobby Murcer – New York Yankees
636 Denny Lemaster – Houston Astros
637 Dave Bristol – Milwaukee Brewers
638 Stan Williams – Minnesota Twins
639 Tom Haller – Los Angeles Dodgers
640 Frank Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
641 New York Mets Team
642 Jim Roland – Oakland Athletics
643 Rick Reichardt – Chicago White Sox
644 Jimmy Stewart – Cincinnati Reds SP
645 Jim Maloney – California Angels SP
646 Bobby Floyd – Kansas City Royals SP
647 Juan Pizarro – Chicago Cubs
648 Mets Rookies – Rich Folkers / Ted Martinez / Jon Matlack RC SP
649 Sparky Lyle – Boston Red Sox SP
650 Rich Allen – Los Angeles Dodgers SP
651 Jerry Robertson – New York Mets SP
652 Atlanta Braves Team
653 Russ Snyder – Milwaukee Brewers SP
654 Don Shaw – St. Louis Cardinals SP
655 Mike Epstein – Washington Senators SP
656 Gerry Nyman – San Diego Padres SP
657 Joe Azcue – California Angels
658 Paul Lindblad – Oakland Athletics SP
659 Byron Browne – Philadelphia Phillies SP
660 Ray Culp – Boston Red Sox
661 Chuck Tanner – Chicago White Sox SP
662 Mike Hedlund – Kansas City Royals SP
663 Marv Staehle – Atlanta Braves
664 Rookie Pitchers – Archie Reynolds / Bob Reynolds / Ken Reynolds RC SP
665 Ron Swoboda – Montreal Expos SP
666 Gene Brabender – California Angels SP
667 Pete Ward – New York Yankees
668 Gary Neibauer – Atlanta Braves
669 Ike Brown – Detroit Tigers SP
670 Bill Hands – Chicago Cubs
671 Bill Voss – Milwaukee Brewers SP
672 Ed Crosby – St. Louis Cardinals RC SP
673 Gerry Janeski – Washington Senators RC SP
674 Montreal Expos Team
675 Dave Boswell – Minnesota Twins
676 Tommie Reynolds – California Angels
677 Jack DiLauro – Houston Astros SP
678 George Thomas – Boston Red Sox
679 Don O’Riley – Chicago White Sox
680 Don Mincher – Oakland Athletics SP
681 Bill Butler – Kansas City Royals
682 Terry Harmon – Philadelphia Phillies
683 Bill Burbach – New York Yankees SP
684 Curt Motton – Baltimore Orioles
685 Moe Drabowsky – St. Louis Cardinals
686 Chico Ruiz – California Angels SP
687 Ron Taylor – New York Mets SP
688 Sparky Anderson – Cincinnati Reds SP
689 Frank Baker – Cleveland Indians
690 Bob Moose – Pittsburgh Pirates
691 Bob Heise – San Francisco Giants
692 AL Rookie Pitchers – Hal Haydel / Rogelio Moret / Wayne Twitchell RC SP
693 Jose Pena – Los Angeles Dodgers SP
694 Rick Renick – Minnesota Twins SP
695 Joe Niekro – Detroit Tigers
696 Jerry Morales – San Diego Padres
697 Rickey Clark – California Angels SP
698 Milwaukee Brewers Team SP
699 Jim Britton – Montreal Expos
700 Boog Powell – Baltimore Orioles SP
701 Bob Garibaldi – Kansas City Royals
702 Milt Ramirez – St. Louis Cardinals RC
703 Mike Kekich – New York Yankees
704 J.C. Martin – Chicago Cubs SP
705 Dick Selma – Philadelphia Phillies SP
706 Joe Foy – Washington Senators SP
707 Fred Lasher – California Angels
708 Russ Nagelson – Detroit Tigers SP
709 Rookie Outfielders – Dusty Baker / Tom Paciorek / Don Baylor RC SP
710 Sonny Siebert – Boston Red Sox
711 Larry Stahl – San Diego Padres SP
712 Jose Martinez – Pittsburgh Pirates
713 Mike G. Marshall – Montreal Expos SP
714 Dick Williams – Oakland Athletics SP
715 Horace Clarke – New York Yankees SP
716 Dave Leonhard – Baltimore Orioles
717 Tommie Aaron – Atlanta Braves SP
718 Billy Wynne – California Angels
719 Jerry May – Kansas City Royals SP
720 Matty Alou – St. Louis Cardinals
721 John Morris – Milwaukee Brewers
722 Houston Astros Team SP
723 Vicente Romo – Chicago White Sox SP
724 Tom Tischinski – Minnesota Twins SP
725 Gary Gentry – New York Mets SP
726 Paul Popovich – Chicago Cubs
727 Ray Lamb – Cleveland Indians SP
728 NL Rookie Outfielders – Wayne Redmond / Keith Lampard / Bernie Williams RC
729 Dick Billings – Washington Senators RC
730 Jim Rooker – Kansas City Royals
731 Jim Qualls – Cincinnati Reds SP
732 Bob Reed – Detroit Tigers
733 Lee Maye – Chicago White Sox SP
734 Rob Gardner – New York Yankees SP
735 Mike Shannon – St. Louis Cardinals SP
736 Mel Queen – California Angels SP
737 Preston Gomez – San Diego Padres SP
738 Russ Gibson – San Francisco Giants SP
739 Barry Lersch – Philadelphia Phillies SP
740 Luis Aparicio – Boston Red Sox SP
741 Skip Guinn – Houston Astros
742 Kansas City Royals Team
743 John O’Donoghue – Montreal Expos SP
744 Charlie Manuel – Minnesota Twins SP
745 Sandy Alomar Sr. – California Angels SP
746 Andy Kosco – Milwaukee Brewers
747 NL Rookie Pitchers – Al Severinsen / Scipio Spinks / Balor Moore RC
748 John Purdin – Chicago White Sox SP
749 Ken Szotkiewicz – Detroit Tigers RC
750 Denny McLain – Washington Senators SP
751 Al Weis – New York Mets SP
752 Dick Drago – Kansas City Royals
Base Variations Set Checklist
42 Boots Day – Stadium light behind ear
42 Boots Day – Stadium light airbrushed out behind ear
123 Checklist (#133-263) – Card number at bottom right
123 Checklist (#133-263) – Card number centered
265 Jim Northrup – Dark black blob on right
265 Jim Northrup – Light black blob on right
265 Jim Northrup – Small black blob on right
306 Jim Nash – Black blob on front left
306 Jim Nash – No black blob
369 Checklist (#394-523) – Line above ear on helmet
369 Checklist (#394-523) – No line above ear on helmet
619 Checklist (#644-752) – No copyright
619 Checklist (#644-752) – Copyright on back
619 Checklist (#644-752) – Copyright on back; variation in helmet

1971 Topps Baseball Card Coins Set Checklist

153 cards
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1 Cito Gaston – San Diego Padres
2 Dave Johnson – Baltimore Orioles
3 Jim Bunning – Philadelphia Phillies
4 Jim Spencer – California Angels
5 Felix Millan – Atlanta Braves
6 Jerry Moses – Boston Red Sox
7 Fergie Jenkins – Chicago Cubs
8 Felipe Alou – Oakland Athletics
9 Jim McGlothlin – Cincinnati Reds
10 Dick McAuliffe – Detroit Tigers
11 Joe Torre – St. Louis Cardinals
12 Jim Perry – Minnesota Twins
13 Bobby Bonds – San Francisco Giants
14 Danny Cater – New York Yankees
15 Bill Mazeroski – Pittsburgh Pirates
16 Luis Aparicio – Chicago White Sox
17 Doug Rader – Houston Astros
18 Vada Pinson – Cleveland Indians
19 John Bateman – Montreal Expos
20 Lew Krausse – Milwaukee Brewers
21 Billy Grabarkewitz – Los Angeles Dodgers
22 Frank Howard – Washington Senators
23 Jerry Koosman – New York Mets
24 Rod Carew – Minnesota Twins
25 Al Ferrara – San Diego Padres
26 Dave McNally – Baltimore Orioles
27 Jim Hickman – Chicago Cubs
28 Sandy Alomar Sr. – California Angels
29 Lee May – Cincinnati Reds
30 Rico Petrocelli – Boston Red Sox
31 Don Money – Philadelphia Phillies
32 Jim Rooker – Kansas City Royals
33 Dick Dietz – San Francisco Giants
34 Roy White – New York Yankees
35 Carl Morton – Montreal Expos
36 Walt Williams – Chicago White Sox
37 Phil Niekro – Atlanta Braves
38 Bill Freehan – Detroit Tigers
39 Julian Javier – St. Louis Cardinals
40 Rick Monday – Oakland Athletics
41 Don Wilson – Houston Astros
42 Ray Fosse – Cleveland Indians
43 Art Shamsky – New York Mets
44 Ted Savage – Milwaukee Brewers
45 Claude Osteen – Los Angeles Dodgers
46 Ed Brinkman – Washington Senators
47 Matty Alou – Pittsburgh Pirates
48 Bob Oliver – Kansas City Royals
49 Danny Coombs – San Diego Padres
50 Frank Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
51 Randy Hundley – Chicago Cubs
52 Cesar Tovar – Minnesota Twins
53 Wayne Simpson – Cincinnati Reds
54 Bobby Murcer – New York Yankees
55 Tony Taylor – Philadelphia Phillies
56 Tommy John – Chicago White Sox
57 Willie McCovey – San Francisco Giants
58 Carl Yastrzemski – Boston Red Sox
59 Bob Bailey – Montreal Expos
60 Clyde Wright – California Angels
61 Orlando Cepeda – Atlanta Braves
62 Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers
63 Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals
64 Bert Campaneris – Oakland Athletics
65 Ted Sizemore – St. Louis Cardinals
66 Duke Sims – Cleveland Indians
67 Bud Harrelson – New York Mets
68 Jerry McNertney – Milwaukee Brewers
69 Jim Wynn – Houston Astros
70 Dick Bosman – Washington Senators
71 Roberto Clemente – Pittsburgh Pirates
72 Rich Reese – Minnesota Twins
73 Gaylord Perry – San Francisco Giants
74 Boog Powell – Baltimore Orioles
75 Billy Williams – Chicago Cubs
76 Bill Melton – Chicago White Sox
77 Nate Colbert – San Diego Padres
78 Reggie Smith – Boston Red Sox
79 Deron Johnson – Philadelphia Phillies
80 Jim Hunter – Oakland Athletics
81 Bob Tolan – Cincinnati Reds
82 Jim Northrup – Detroit Tigers
83 Ron Fairly – Montreal Expos
84 Alex Johnson – California Angels
85 Pat Jarvis – Atlanta Braves
86 Sam McDowell – Cleveland Indians
87 Lou Brock – St. Louis Cardinals
88 Danny Walton – Milwaukee Brewers
89 Denis Menke – Houston Astros
90 Jim Palmer – Baltimore Orioles
91 Tommie Agee – New York Mets
92 Duane Josephson – Chicago White Sox
93 Willie Davis – Los Angeles Dodgers
94 Mel Stottlemyre – New York Yankees
95 Ron Santo – Chicago Cubs
96 Amos Otis – Kansas City Royals
97 Ken Henderson – San Francisco Giants
98 George Scott – Boston Red Sox
99 Dock Ellis – Pittsburgh Pirates
100 Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins
101 Pete Rose – Cincinnati Reds
102 Rick Reichardt – Washington Senators
103 Cleon Jones – New York Mets
104 Ron Perranoski – Minnesota Twins
105 Tony Perez – Cincinnati Reds
106 Mickey Lolich – Detroit Tigers
107 Tim McCarver – Philadelphia Phillies
108 Reggie Jackson – Oakland Athletics
109 Chris Cannizzaro – San Diego Padres
110 Steve Hargan – Cleveland Indians
111 Rusty Staub – Montreal Expos
112 Andy Messersmith – California Angels
113 Rico Carty – Atlanta Braves
114 Brooks Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
115 Steve Carlton – St. Louis Cardinals
116 Mike Hegan – Milwaukee Brewers
117 Joe Morgan – Houston Astros
118 Thurman Munson – New York Yankees
119 Don Kessinger – Chicago Cubs
120 Joe Horlen – Chicago White Sox
121 Wes Parker – Los Angeles Dodgers
122 Sonny Siebert – Boston Red Sox
123 Willie Stargell – Pittsburgh Pirates
124 Ellie Rodriguez – Kansas City Royals
125 Juan Marichal – San Francisco Giants
126 Mike Epstein – Washington Senators
127 Tom Seaver – New York Mets
128 Tony Oliva – Minnesota Twins
129 Jim Merritt – Cincinnati Reds
130 Willie Horton – Detroit Tigers
131 Rick Wise – Philadelphia Phillies
132 Sal Bando – Oakland Athletics
133 Ollie Brown – San Diego Padres
134 Ken Harrelson – Cleveland Indians
135 Mack Jones – Montreal Expos
136 Jim Fregosi – California Angels
137 Hank Aaron – Atlanta Braves
138 Fritz Peterson – New York Yankees
139 Joe Hague – St. Louis Cardinals
140 Tommy Harper – Milwaukee Brewers
141 Larry Dierker – Houston Astros
142 Tony Conigliaro – California Angels
143 Glenn Beckert – Chicago Cubs
144 Carlos May – Chicago White Sox
145 Don Sutton – Los Angeles Dodgers
146 Paul Casanova – Washington Senators
147 Bob Moose – Pittsburgh Pirates
148 Chico Cardenas – Minnesota Twins
149 Johnny Bench – Cincinnati Reds
150 Mike Cuellar – Baltimore Orioles
151 Donn Clendenon – New York Mets
152 Lou Piniella – Kansas City Royals
153 Willie Mays – San Francisco Giants

Scratch-Offs Set Checklist

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Hank Aaron – Atlanta Braves
Dick Allen – Los Angeles Dodgers
Luis Aparicio – Chicago White Sox
Sal Bando – Oakland Athletics
Glenn Beckert – Chicago Cubs
Dick Bosman – Washington Senators
Nate Colbert – San Diego Padres
Mike Hegan – Milwaukee Brewers
Mack Jones – Montreal Expos
Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers
Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins
Juan Marichal – San Francisco Giants
Tim McCarver – Philadelphia Phillies
Sam McDowell – Cleveland Indians
Claude Osteen – Los Angeles Dodgers
Tony Perez – Cincinnati Reds
Lou Piniella – Kansas City Royals
Boog Powell – Baltimore Orioles
Tom Seaver – New York Mets
Jim Spencer – California Angels
Willie Stargell – Pittsburgh Pirates
Mel Stottlemyre – New York Yankees
Jim Wynn – Houston Astros
Carl Yastrzemski – Boston Red Sox