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    Every #1 Topps card


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    What the hell happened in 2007? Someone set the list to randomizer? John Lackey???

    I like that 74 Aaron card. It is probably the most fitting card #1 ever because of the special design and uniqueness of the card in relation to all of the rest in the set. I do really like the look of the Judge card though. Didn't realize it was #1.

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    Couldn't Topps do any better on the 1956 and 1959 #1 cards than the commissioner of baseball ?

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    I kind of like the League Presidents and Commissioner cards. Too bad they didn't honor all of them along the way on cards. Probably at the time, I would have thought differently, but now it would be cool to see vintage cards of all sorts of non-players. For example, the 1969 special edition Topps Bowie Kuhn card is somewhat of a parody and was not widely distributed apparently, but is highly sought.

    Those subjects were a preview of some of the goodies Fan Favorites and Archives would eventually show us. Of course, those oddball people (GMs, Announcers, Umpires, etc) are not as interesting to me unless they are Dodger related.

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    I liked when they led off the set with Highlights or Record Breaker or League Leader cards. Reminds me of building sets as a kid in the ‘80s. Then the ‘90s hit and they were gone.
    Set builder, autograph hunter and fan of the Texas Rangers & '50s-'60s Yankees

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    That 2010 Prince Fielder card is awesome!
    Wanting to buy '96 Select Certified Mirror Gold baseball...commons & stars

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    I liked when they led off the set with Highlights or Record Breaker or League Leader cards. Reminds me of building sets as a kid in the 80s. Then the 90s hit and they were gone.
    Absolutely

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