1979 Topps

Hall of Famers

62 record(s)List | Gallery

  1   1978 Batting Leaders - Rod Carew / Dave Parker LL   Minnesota Twins / Pittsburgh Pirates
  2   1978 Home Run Leaders - Jim Rice / George Foster LL   Boston Red Sox / Cincinnati Reds
  3   1978 RBI Leaders - Jim Rice / George Foster LL   Boston Red Sox / Cincinnati Reds
  5   1978 Victory Leaders - Ron Guidry / Gaylord Perry LL   New York Yankees / San Diego Padres
  6   1978 Strikeout Leaders - Nolan Ryan / J.R. Richard LL   California Angels / Houston Astros
  8   1978 Leading Firemen - Rich Gossage / Rollie Fingers LL   New York Yankees / San Diego Padres
  8   1978 Leading Firemen - Rich Gossage / Rollie Fingers LL   New York Yankees / San Diego Padres
  20   Joe Morgan AS, DP   Cincinnati Reds
  24   Paul Molitor   Milwaukee Brewers
  25   Steve Carlton   Philadelphia Phillies
  30   Dave Winfield   San Diego Padres
  40   Dennis Eckersley   Boston Red Sox
  55   Willie Stargell   Pittsburgh Pirates
  82   New York Mets - Joe Torre TC, MGR, CL   New York Mets
  95   Robin Yount   Milwaukee Brewers
  100   Tom Seaver DP   Cincinnati Reds
  115   Nolan Ryan   California Angels
  116   Ozzie Smith RC   San Diego Padres
  170   Don Sutton   Los Angeles Dodgers
  200   Johnny Bench AS, DP   Cincinnati Reds
  215   Willie McCovey   San Francisco Giants
  225   Rich Gossage   New York Yankees
  259   Cincinnati Reds - Sparky Anderson TC, MGR, CL   Cincinnati Reds
  300   Rod Carew AS   Minnesota Twins
  302   Atlanta Braves - Bobby Cox TC, MGR, CL   Atlanta Braves
  308   Bert Blyleven   Pittsburgh Pirates
  320   Carl Yastrzemski   Boston Red Sox
  321   Gaylord Perry   San Diego Padres
  330   George Brett AS   Kansas City Royals
  340   Jim Palmer AS   Baltimore Orioles
  348   Andre Dawson   Montreal Expos
  390   Rollie Fingers   San Diego Padres
  400   Jim Rice AS   Boston Red Sox
  411   All-Time Hits Records - George Sisler / Ty Cobb ATL   St. Louis Browns / Detroit Tigers
  411   All-Time Hits Records - George Sisler / Ty Cobb ATL   St. Louis Browns / Detroit Tigers
  412   All-Time RBI Records - Hack Wilson / Hank Aaron ATL   Chicago Cubs / Atlanta Braves
  412   All-Time RBI Records - Hack Wilson / Hank Aaron ATL   Chicago Cubs / Atlanta Braves
  413   All-Time Home Run Records - Roger Maris / Hank Aaron ATL   New York Yankees / Atlanta Braves
  414   All-Time Batting Records - Rogers Hornsby / Ty Cobb ATL   St. Louis Cardinals / Detroit Tigers
  414   All-Time Batting Records - Rogers Hornsby / Ty Cobb ATL   St. Louis Cardinals / Detroit Tigers
  415   All-Time Stolen Base Records - Lou Brock ATL   St. Louis Cardinals
  416   All-Time Victory Records - Jack Chesbro / Cy Young ATL   New York Yankees / Boston Red Sox
  416   All-Time Victory Records - Jack Chesbro / Cy Young ATL   New York Yankees / Boston Red Sox
  417   All-Time Strikeout Records - Nolan Ryan / Walter Johnson ATL   California Angels / Washington Senators
  417   All-Time Strikeout Records - Nolan Ryan / Walter Johnson ATL   California Angels / Washington Senators
  418   All-Time ERA Records - Dutch Leonard / Walter Johnson ATL   Boston Red Sox / Washington Senators
  451   Kansas City Royals - Whitey Herzog TC, MGR, CL   Kansas City Royals
  457   Bruce Sutter   Chicago Cubs
  495   Tony Perez   Montreal Expos
  520   Gary Carter   Montreal Expos
  526   Los Angeles Dodgers - Tommy Lasorda TC, MGR, CL   Los Angeles Dodgers
  544   Fergie Jenkins   Texas Rangers
  595   Phil Niekro   Atlanta Braves
  606   Montreal Expos - Dick Williams TC, MGR, CL   Montreal Expos
  610   Mike Schmidt   Philadelphia Phillies
  626   New York Yankees - Bob Lemon TC, MGR, CL   New York Yankees
  640   Eddie Murray   Baltimore Orioles
  665   Lou Brock   St. Louis Cardinals
  670   Jim Hunter DP   New York Yankees
  680   Carlton Fisk AS   Boston Red Sox
  689   Baltimore Orioles - Earl Weaver TC, MGR, CL   Baltimore Orioles
  700   Reggie Jackson AS, DP   New York Yankees

  

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