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hdjstuff
03-03-2011, 10:22 AM
1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Voted # 1 By Baseball Fans & Collectors

Collectors voted and the countdown has concluded…the # 1 Topps Baseball Card from the past 60 years is the iconic 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle (# 311)

In celebration of 60 years of Topps Baseball Cards, baseball fans and collectors had the chance to go to http://vote.topps.com to vote for their favorite Topps baseball cards of all-time. Voting was up for 30 days and then cards started to count down from number 60 (Mike Schmidt Rookie Card) back in mid-December.

And to add to the celebration, Topps went out and purchased the Top 60 cards and has randomly inserted them into packs of 2011 Topps Baseball Series 1!

Following is the final list of the Top 60 Topps Baseball Cards of all-time.

1 Mickey Mantle 1952

2 Hank Aaron 1954

3 Jackie Robinson 1952

4 Nolan Ryan 1968

5 Ken Griffey Jr 1989 (TOPPS TRADED)

6 Rickey Henderson 1980

7 Ted Williams 1954

8 Bo Jackson 1986 (TOPPS TRADED)

9 Roberto Clemente 1973

10 Willie Mays 1952

11 Mark McGwire 1985

12 Cal Ripken 1982 (TOPPS TRADED)

13 Nolan Ryan 1970

14 Hank Aaron 1957

15 Satchel Paige 1953

16 Pete Rose 1964

17 Barry Bonds 1987

18 George Brett 1975

19 Don Mattingly 1984

20 Derek Jeter 1993

21 Darryl Strawberry 1984

22 Willie Mays 1954

23 Thurman Munson 1971

24 Jackie Robinson 1953

25 Ted Williams 1957

26 Ozzie Smith 1979

27 Ernie Banks 1954

28 Cal Ripken 1982

29 Pete Rose 1963

30 Mickey Mantle 1953

31 Reggie Jackson 1969

32 Dwight Gooden 1985

33 Roberto Clemente 1955

34 Ted Williams 1955

35 Roberto Clemente 1956

36 Carl Yastrzemski 1960

37 Albert Pujols 2001 (TOPPS TRADED)

38 Kirby Puckett 1985

39 Roger Clemens 1985

40 Reggie Jackson 1977

41 Sandy Koufax 1955

42 Tony Gwynn 1983

43 Eddie Murray 1978

44 Sandy Koufax 1957

45 Mark McGwire 1987

46 Willie Mays 1953

47 Ted Williams 1956

48 Jackie Robinson 1955

49 Sandy Koufax 1956

50 Tom Seaver 1967

51 Bob Gibson 1959

52 Manny Ramirez 1992

53 Greg Maddux 1987 (TOPPS TRADED)

54 Randy Johnson 1989

55 Mickey Mantle 1956

56 Derek Jeter 2007

57 Roger Maris 1958

58 Dave Winfield 1974(WASHINGTON VERSION)

59 Wade Boggs 1983

60 Mike Schmidt 1973

Fatboycards
03-03-2011, 03:06 PM
It would be nice to have those in my collection .lol a very nice list.

BiggioDiogu759
03-03-2011, 03:08 PM
I have one or 2 of those. Yay LOL

Jeffo65
03-03-2011, 03:23 PM
I have 32 of the 60.

One of my favorite cards is the 1973 Roberto Clemente card and has always been one of my favorites.

Thanks for putting the list up.

.

loftheb
03-03-2011, 06:16 PM
I'm actually pretty shocked that the '83 Sandberg wasn't there...

mindbinge
03-03-2011, 06:38 PM
oh if i could only be lucky enough to pull that sweet 1987 McGwire...i could retire.

mrmopar
03-03-2011, 08:51 PM
Have 42, Missing 18 (but I must have cut too many out), mostly big hits. I am pretty sure the Winfield Washington card is a CTNW though, so nobody has one.



1 Mickey Mantle 1952

2 Hank Aaron 1954

3 Jackie Robinson 1952

4 Nolan Ryan 1968

7 Ted Williams 1954

10 Willie Mays 1952

22 Willie Mays 1954

25 Ted Williams 1957

29 Pete Rose 1963

30 Mickey Mantle 1953

33 Roberto Clemente 1955

34 Ted Williams 1955

37 Albert Pujols 2001 (TOPPS TRADED)

46 Willie Mays 1953

51 Bob Gibson 1959

57 Roger Maris 1958

58 Dave Winfield 1974(WASHINGTON VERSION) - This was never made???

mrnag
03-04-2011, 10:38 AM
Have 42, Missing 18 (but I must have cut too many out), mostly big hits. I am pretty sure the Winfield Washington card is a CTNW though, so nobody has one.

mrmopar-
What does CTNW stand for? I've never seen that one before:)

Mike

mm1sub
03-04-2011, 03:43 PM
As usual MrMopar is correct. there was a washington variation for McCovey but not for Winfield.

And I think that CTNW stands for Cards That Never Were.

I have 26 of the 60 listed but will be getting the Schmidt rookie soon so that will be 27.

JJLevitsky
03-06-2011, 08:04 AM
Yes on Mr. Mopar. I have have 29 of the 60 because there was no Winfield Washington version. I have all of those in my collection and he isnt there. Nice list but I still think that 1975 Oscar Gamble (remember the hair) should be there.

Thanks,

Jeff

VistaViper
03-10-2011, 04:04 AM
I would love to see Topps reprint these in a set next year.

HockeyBrawler
03-10-2011, 10:10 AM
The 89 Griffey is vastly overrated and I wouldn't put the massive joke known as the 07 Jeter on there (gimmick cards like that need to disappear NOW). Good list otherwise.

I have 7 of them, haha.

Texas Brave13
03-13-2011, 09:35 PM
I see quite a # of them that have passed through my hands!!! ahhhhhh, the days