1964 Topps

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  1   1963 National League E.R.A. Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Chicago Cubs / Pittsburgh Pirates
  2   1963 American League E.R.A. Leaders LL   Chicago White Sox / Minnesota Twins
  3   1963 National League Pitching Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / San Francisco Giants / Milwaukee Braves / Cincinnati Reds
  4a   1963 American League Pitching Leaders LL, VAR   New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
  4b   1961 American League Pitching Leaders LL, VAR   New York Yankees / Minnesota Twins
  5   1963 National League Strikeout Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Cincinnati Reds
  6   1963 American League Strikeout Leaders LL   Minnesota Twins / Detroit Tigers
  7   1963 National League Batting Leaders LL   Los Angeles Dodgers / Pittsburgh Pirates / St. Louis Cardinals / Milwaukee Braves
  8   1963 American League Batting Leaders LL   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  9   1963 National League Home Run Leaders LL   Milwaukee Braves / San Francisco Giants
  10   1963 American League Home Run Leaders LL   Minnesota Twins / Boston Red Sox
  11   1963 National League R.B.I. Leaders LL   Milwaukee Braves / St. Louis Cardinals
  12   1963 American League R.B.I. Leaders LL   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  13   Hoyt Wilhelm   Chicago White Sox
  14   Dodgers Rookies Dick Nen / Nick Willhite RC   Los Angeles Dodgers

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  • Features the rookie cards of Baseball Hall of Famers Phil Niekro and Tony Larussa.

    Features a special "In Memoriam" card (#550) for Ken Hubbs, former Cubs player who tragically died in a plane crash in 1964.

    Features the first individual player cards for Pete Rose and Willie Stargell.

User Comments

Jun. 11, 2016 - 11:47AM
RoundtheDiamond87

This was the last of the '60s Topps sets that I started collecting.

Jun. 11, 2016 - 11:47AM
RoundtheDiamond87

This was the last of the '60s Topps sets that I started collecting.

Sep. 23, 2013 - 2:59PM
NJDevils

I collected this set and the coins that were inserts. I eventually placed the coins in a red leather pencil case (remember those?) and found them about 25 years later. They weren't called "inserts" back then, just "coins that came with the set".

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