All Years & HOF Project

Recently I decided to start working on a new project! It's to collect at least one card from each year. And preferably of a Hall of Fame player (with the occasional HOF Manager). Right now the main focus will be on a Topps baseball card; but from time to time I will branch out into a different maker, especially for the older cards. In the list below, if the card is not Topps I'll include the maker.

1939 Jimmie DeShong (Play Ball)

1948 Ralph Kiner (Bowman)


1949 Allie Reynolds (Bowman)


1951 Ted Kluszewski (Bowman)


1951 Ralph Kiner (Topps Red Backs)


1952 Bob Elliott

1953 Ralph Kiner


1954 Bob Lemon (Bowman)


1954 Bobby Adams

1955 Pee Wee Reese (Bowman)

1955 Monte Irvin, Joe Black, and Jim Gilliam



1956 Roberto Clemente and Lary Doby


1957 Nellie Fox and Ted Kluszewski


1958 Whitey Herzog

1959 Early Wynn


1960 Bill Mazeroski and Warren Spahn


1961 Al Kaline, Ed Mathews, Warren Spahn, and Billy Williams




1962 Frank Robinson

1963 Richie Ashburn

1964 Jim Bunning

1965 Luis Aparicio

1966 Mickey Mantle

1967 Whitey Ford

1968 Hoyt Wilhelm

1969 Willie Mays and Nolan Ryan



1970 Ernie Banks


1971 Pete Rose

1972 Willie Stargell
 


1973 Joe Morgan and Don Sutton



1974 Johnny Bench, Harmon Killebrew, and Brooks Robinson




1975 Bob Gibson


1976 Hank Aaron, George Brett, Gary Carter, Dennis Eckersley, and Carl Yastrzemski






1977 Bert Blyleven and Rollie Fingers



1978 Willie McCovey, Eddie Murray, Pete Rose, and Mike Schmidt




1979 Willie McCovey

1980 Robin Yount

1981 Ozzie Smith

1982 Rod Carew

1991 Frank Thomas


2000 Topps Wade Boggs and Tim Raines


2002 Topps Tony Gwynn

2004 Topps Edgar Martinez

2008 Topps Pedro Martinez


2009 Topps Mike Mussina

2010 Topps Randy Johnson and John Smoltz


2011 Trevor Hoffman and Ivan Rodriguez


 2012 Chipper Jones and Jim Thome


 2014 Roy Halladay and Mariano Rivera


2015 Derek Jeter

2 comments:

  1. So many great cards on this post. That Ted Kluszewski card though is awesome! It sort of personifies the type of hitter he was.

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