1968 Topps

Total Cards: 598

Rating: 7.3 (64 votes)
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  1   Roberto Clemente / Tony Gonzalez / Matty Alou LL   Pittsburgh Pirates / Philadelphia Phillies
  2   Carl Yastrzemski / Frank Robinson / Al Kaline LL   Boston Red Sox / Baltimore Orioles / Detroit Tigers
  3   Orlando Cepeda / Roberto Clemente / Hank Aaron LL   St. Louis Cardinals / Pittsburgh Pirates / Atlanta Braves
  4   Carl Yastrzemski / Harmon Killebrew / Frank Robinson LL   Boston Red Sox / Minnesota Twins / Baltimore Orioles
  5   Hank Aaron / Jim Wynn / Ron Santo / Willie McCovey LL   Atlanta Braves / Houston Astros / Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants
  6   Carl Yastrzemski / Harmon Killebrew / Frank Howard LL   Boston Red Sox / Minnesota Twins / Washington Senators
  7   Phil Niekro / Jim Bunning / Chris Short LL   Atlanta Braves / Philadelphia Phillies
  8   Joe Horlen / Gary Peters / Sonny Siebert LL   Chicago White Sox / Cleveland Indians
  9   Mike McCormick / Fergie Jenkins / Jim Bunning / Claude Osteen LL   San Francisco Giants / Chicago Cubs / Philadelphia Phillies / Los Angeles Dodgers
  10a   Jim Lonborg / Earl Wilson / Dean Chance LL, ERR   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  10b   Jim Lonborg / Earl Wilson / Dean Chance LL, COR   Boston Red Sox / Detroit Tigers / Minnesota Twins
  11   Jim Bunning / Fergie Jenkins / Gaylord Perry LL   Philadelphia Phillies / Chicago Cubs / San Francisco Giants
  12   Jim Lonborg / Sam McDowell / Dean Chance LL   Boston Red Sox / Cleveland Indians / Minnesota Twins
  13   Chuck Hartenstein RC   Chicago Cubs
  14   Jerry McNertney   Chicago White Sox

Inserts and Related Sets





  • 1st set to contain Oakland Athletics cards.
  • Wax packs were $0.05 for 5 cards.
  • Features the rookie cards for Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan and Johnny Bench.

    598 card set, down from 609 cards in 1967.
  • The Sporting News All Stars subset returned after a hiatus.
  • Backs of All-Star cards were puzzle pieces that formed pictures of Orlando Cepeda and Carl Yastrzemski.

User Comments

Nov. 15, 2017 - 12:46PM
Ken Kinsey

First pack I ever bought had Don Drysdale and Orlando Cepeda in it. But it was lost on a seven-year-old; I didn't buy another pack until 1970. By then I had caught baseball fever, and have collected ever since.

Apr. 12, 2016 - 3:04PM

This is a really cool set that took some time for me to truly appreciate.

Edited on: May. 20, 2016 - 12:31PM

Oct. 16, 2015 - 1:39PM

watch for bright yellow colored backs

there were some made in milton bradley games

the annual price guides do not show a premium for these, but the secondary market does show premium for some



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Completed the 1968 Topps Set7Dec 20, 2017 9:24 PM
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