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Our cards are printed on durable high quality card stock and are precision machine cut.


Prices are as follows:
Rule book and charts printed on high quality card stock ... $15 + shipping (unless packaged with a card set, then no shipping)  

*** NEW *** Fast Action Cards - 180 high quality glossy cards if you don't want to use dice ... $20 per set + shipping

... Click on either of these links to see the cards ...  FACs ... FACs ... in their on-line format from the Curt Roberts collection. 

... You can download the standalone version that you can load onto your hard drive and and view through your browser HERE.

... There is also a standalone version that runs out of Excel that you can download HERE.

... Instructions for the printed FACs are HERE.

These E Versions of the Fast Action Cards are FREE to use and are fully functional.  They look great on your cell phone, tablet, or computer.

Now with 56 seasons, here is our growing list of card sets.  Just scroll down to get all the info.

The Fall Classic World Series Set ... printed set $59  + shipping *** 12 great World Series pairings *** 24 teams in all *** 

The Retro Classic World Series Set ... printed set $40  + shipping *** 8 great World Series pairings *** 16 teams in all *** 

Expansion to 28-30 teams ... 1993, 2004, 2016, 2017 ... each seasons's printed set is $69 + shipping ***

Teams of the 1980's to '92 ... 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 ... season printed set is $59 + shipping ***

Teams of 1969-1979 ... 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 ... each season's printed set is $59 + shipping *** 

Teams of 1961-1968 ... 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 ... each season's printed set is $49 + shipping *** 

Teams of 1950-1960 ... 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 ... each seasons's printed set is $45 + shipping  ***

Pre-1950 seasons ... 1908, 1919, 1924, 1927, 1934, 1941, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 ... each season's printed set $45 + shipping  ***


All PDF sets are $20 ... any year ... PDF rules and charts and teams defense sheets are also included, and EVERY PLAYER WHO PLAYED


*** After you order the printed game you can download the following for NO extra charge:

- You get the PDF cards which include EVERY PLAYER who played

- You get a special PDF team defense sheet showing the team's defenders in an easy to view field layout style

- You get the PDF rules and charts so you can start learning the game while waiting for the cards to arrive


*** NEW *** Excel Helper ... if you buy the season cards, printed or PDF, you can get the full set with the Excel Helper which will emulate playing the game with cards, but instead on your computer screen using the software program Microsoft Excel for Windows (Mac version works too except for the on screen buttons ... instead press the F9 key).  This program does not keep stats.  It's simply a way to play without cards or dice or charts.  While the program works, you need a bit of a working knowledge of Excel in order to use it, as well as the Excel program.  There is only community support for this program at Delphi Forums - Fall Classic Baseball.  The cost is an additional $5 per season after you have paid for either the printed cards or PDF, either through this site or ASG.  The Excel Helper is now available from this site and selected seasons on ASG ...

Paypal $5 ... gsovan@yahoo.ca.

You can take the Excel Helper for a spin drive with the 2017 World Series teams simply by sending an email to gsovan@yahoo.ca.


Fall Classic World Series Set ... 12 great World Series:

Retro 1954 - Giants (Mays, Dark, Antonelli) vs. Indians (Doby, Wynn, Lemon)

Retro 1959 - Dodgers (Koufax, Drysdale, Snider) vs. White Sox (Aparicio, Fox, Wynn)

Retro 1960 - Yankees (Mantle, Maris, Ford) vs. Pirates (Clemente, Mazeroski, Law)

Retro 1968 - Tigers (Kaline, McLain, Lolich) vs. Cardinals (Brock, Gibson, Flood)

Retro 1969 - Orioles (Frank & Brooks Robinson, Powell) vs. Mets (Seaver, Swoboda, Shamsky)

Retro 1972 - A's (Reggie, Catfish, Blue Moon) vs. Reds (Bench, Rose, Griffey)

Retro 1980 - Phillies (Schmidt, Rose, Carlton) vs. Royals (Brett, Willie Wilson, Gura)

Retro 1992 - Braves (Smoltz, Glavine, Avery) vs. Blue Jays (Carter, Alomar, Winfield)

Millenial 2007 - Red Sox (Big Papi, Pedroia, Beckett) vs. Rockies (Tulowitzki, Helton, Holliday)
Millenial  2009 - Yankees (Jeter, A-Rod, Cano) vs. Phillies (Utley, Rollins, Howard)
Millenial  2011 - Cardinals (Pujols, Berkman, Holliday) vs. Rangers (Beltre, Kinsler, Hamilton)
Millenial  2012 - Giants (Posey, Sandoval, Bumgarner) vs. Tigers (Cabrera, Verlander, Fielder)


​The 2017 Season Set
The complete 30 team season set with 1278 batter and pitcher cards printed, and all the players on PDF too

Featuring 3 teams to win 100 games, the Dodgers, Indians, and Astros.  Who will win it all?  Also, Giancarlo Stanton's bid for 60 can be recreated by you with this exciting card set of homeruns, strikeouts, and 25 minute games, unlike the real ones.

The 1908 Season Set

The complete 16 team season set with 556 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  The 2 best races in the Deadball era, and maybe all-time for both leagues at the same time.  In the NL the Cubs won their 3rd straight NL pennant eding the Pirates and Giants by just one game each.  In the AL the Tigers edged Cleveland by a half game ??? and the White Sox by 1.5.  No clue why they didn't finish the schedule.  Ed Walsh won an astonishing 40 games for the Pale Hose and piled up 464 innings, clearly the Cy Young winner despite the fact that Cy Young had a better ERA that year.  Honus Wagner and Ty Cobb won the batting titles in a season littered with future HOFers.  Wagner's baseball card that year was worth a penny.

Average: Wagner PIT .354, Donlin NYG .334, Cobb DET .324, Crawford DET .311, Gessler BOS .308, Doyle NYG .308, Bransfield PHI .304, Evers CHC .300, Hemphill NYY .297
Triples: Cobb DET 20, Wagner PIT 19, Lobert CIN 18, Magee PHI 16, Crawford DET 16, Stahl 16, Leach PIT 16, Clarke PIT 15, Murray STL 15, Gessler BOS 14, Tinker CHC 14
SB's: Wagner PIT 53, Murray STL 48, Dougherty CHW 47, Lobert CIN 47, Hemphill NYY 2, Magee PHI 40, Schaefer DET 40, Cobb DET 39, Clarke CLE 37, Evers CHC 36
ERA: Joss CLE 1.16, Young BOS 1.26, Walsh CHW 1.42, Mathewson NYG 1.43, Brown CHC 1.47, Mcquillan PHI 1.53, Camnitz PIT 1.56, Summers DET 1.64, Johnson WSH 1.65
Wins: Walsh CHW 40,  Mathewson NYG 37.Brown CHC 29, Joss CLE 24, Reulbach CHC 24, Summers DET 24, Mcquillan PHI 23, Maddox PIT 23, Wiltse NYG 23, Willis PIT 23
K's: Walsh CHW 269, Mathewson NYG 259, Waddell SLB 232, Rucker BRO 199, Overall CHC 167, Hughes WSH 165, Dygert PHA 164, Johnson WSH 160, Vickers PHA 156


The 1919 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 556 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  Cinci walked away with the NL pennant, but in the AL it was a good 2 team race between the South Siders in ChiTowns and Cleveland.  What followed in the World Series is another matter.  Babe Ruth stole the show with a record 29 homeruns in his final season in Boston.  The 24 year old 2 way star also went 9-5 on the mound as he was slowly being weaned away from pitching solely a hitter.  It's sometimes overlooked that on top of his Yankee success he was on 3 World Series winning teams for the Red Sox too in his early 20's.  The Babe, Shoeless Joe, The Georgia Peach, The Big Train, great names from the end of a great era in the games storied history.

Ave: Cobb DET .384, Veach DET .355, Sisler SLB .352, Jackson CHW .351, Flagstead DET .331, Tobin SLB .327, Jacobson SLB .323, Ruth BOS .322, Roush CIN .321, Rice WSH .321
HR's: Ruth BOS 29, Cravath PHI 12, Kauff NYG 10, Sisler SLB 10, Baker NYY 10, Walker PHA 10, Smith CLE 9, Williams PHI 9, Burns PHA 8, Hornsby STL 8, Heilmann DET 8
SB: Burns NYG 40, Cutshaw PIT 36, Collins CHW 33, Bigbee PIT 31, Smith STL 30, Cobb DET 28, Herzog 2TM 28, Sisler SLB 28, Neale CIN 28, Heathcote STL 27
ERA: Johnson WSH 1.49, Alexander CHC 1.72, Vaughn CHC 1.79, Ruether CIN 1.82, Cicotte CHW 1.82, Toney NYG 1.84, Adams PIT 1.98, Douglas 2.03, Sallee CIN 2.06, Mays 2.10
Wins: Cicotte CHW 29, Barnes NYG 25, Coveleski CLE 24, Williams CHW 23, Dauss DET 21, Vaughn CHC 21, Sallee CIN 21, Sothoron SLB 20, Johnson WSH 20, Shawkey NYY 20
K's: Johnson WSH 147, Vaughn CHC 141, Eller CIN 137, Shaw WSH 128, Williams CHW 125, Shawkey NYY 122, Alexander CHC 121, Coveleski CLE 118, Meadows 116, Russell 113


The 1924 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 576 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​

Featuring:  The Senators edged the Yankees and Tigers for the AL pennant, their first of two in a row, and then derailed the Giants in the Series in a 7 game set.  Walter "Big Train" Johnson led the way on the mound while Goose Goslin led the hitters at .344 The Giants edged Brooklyn and the Pirates in an exciting NL race.  They hit .300 as a team led by Ross Youngs .358.  It was their 4th straight NL pennant.

AL awards went to: MVP Walter Johnson, Batting, HR, OPS all to Babe Ruth .378, 49, 1.252,  SB Eddie Collins 42, Pitching Triple Crown in ERA, Wins, K's won by Walter Johnson 2.72, 23, 158.  NL awards went to: MVP Dazzy Vance, Batting Rogers Hornsby .424, OPS Hornsby 1.203, HR Jack Fournier with 27, SB Max Carey 49, Pitching Triple Crown in ERA, Wins, K's won by Dazzy Vance 2.16, 28, 262.


The 1927 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 584 batter and pitcher cards printed, and all the players on PDF too.
Featuring:  Babe's historic 60 homer season teaming with Gehrig's most monstrous year, Murderer's Row and maybe the greatest team ever as they romped to 109 wins in the AL.  Meanwhile the NL had one of its best races as three teams battled to the end with the Waner brothers and their Pirates prevailing by 1 over the Cardinals and Pete Alexander, and by 2 games over the Giants and Rogers Hornsby.
Ave: Heilmann DET .398, Simmons PHA .392, P.Waner PIT .380, Gehrig NYY .373, Hornsby NYG .361, Fothergill DET .359, Cobb PHA .357, Combs & Ruth NYY .356, L.Waner PIT .355

HR: Ruth NYY 60, Gehrig NYY 47, Wilson CHC 30, Williams PHI 30, Hornsby NYG 26, Terry NYG 20, Bottomley STL 19, Lazzeri NYY 18, Hafey STL 18, Williams SLB 17
SB: Frisch STL 48, Carey BRO 32, Hendrick BRO 29, Sisler SLB 27, Adams CHC 26, Richbourg BSN 24, Meusel NYY 24, Neun DET 22, Cobb PHA 22, Lazzeri NYY 22
K's: Vance BRO 184, Grove PHA 174, Root CHC 145, Walberg PHA 136, May CIN 121, Thomas CHW 107, Lisenbee WSH 105, Grimes NYG 102, Petty BRO 101, Elliott BRO 99
Wins: Root CHC 26, Haines STL 24, Lyons CHW 22, Hoyt NYY 22, Hill PIT 22, Alexander STL 21, Grove PHA 20, Pennock & Moore NYY, Meadows & Kremer  PIT all with 19
ERA: Moore NYY 2.28, Kremer PIT 2.47, Alexander STL 2.52, Hoyt NYY 2.63, Vance BRO 2.70, Haines STL 2.72, Shocker NYY & Lyons CHW 2.84, Hadley 2.85 & Braxton WSH 2.95


The 1934 Season Set

The complete 16 team season set with 576 batter and pitcher cards printed, and all the players on PDF too.

The Cardinals rode MVP Dizzy Dean's arm and 30 victory season to a World Championship.  They squeaked past the Giants by 2 games to win the NL before downing the Tigers in a 7 game series.  Ripper Collins was the hitting star tying Mel Ott for the homerun title.  The Tigers had a slightly easier time of it with a 7 game lead on the Yankees at season's end.  The G-men were the driving force, Greenberg, Gehringer, and Goslin.  A team .300 batting average and 6.2 runs per game paved the way.

AL Awards: MVP: Mickey Cochrace.  Triple Crown: Lou Gehrig  /  Batting: Lou Gehrig .363, Charlie Gehringer .356, Heinie Manush .349, Al Simmons .344, Joe Vosmik .341, Hank Greenberg .339, Jimmie Foxx .334  /  Homeruns: Lou Gehrig 49, Jimmie Foxx 44, Hal Trosky 35, Bob Johnson 34, Earl Averill 31  /  SB: Billy Werber 40, Jo-Jo White 28, Ben Chapman 26, Pete Fox 25, Gee Walker 20  /  Wins: Lefty Gomez 26, Schoolboy Rowe 24, Tommy Bridges 22, Mel Harder 20  /  ERA: Lefty Gomez 2.33, Mel Harder 2.61, Johnny Murphy 3.12  /  K's:  Lefty Gomez, 158, Tommy Bridges 151, Schoolboy Rowe 149, Red Ruffing 149
NL Awards: MVP: Dizzy Dean  /  Batting: Paul Waner.362, Bill Terry .354, Kiki Cuyler .338, Arky Vaughan .333, Ripper Collins .333  /  Homeruns: Mel Ott 35, Ripper Collins 35, Wally Berger 34, Gabby Hartnett 22, Chuck Kein 20  /  SB: Pepper Martin 23, Kiki Cuyler 15, Dick Bartell 13  /  Wins: Dizzy Dean 30, Hal Schumacher 23, Lon Warneke 22, Carl Hubbell 21  /  ERA: Carl Hubbell 2.30, Dizzy Dean 2.66, Waite Hoyt 2.93, Curt Davis 2.95K's: Dizzy Dean 195, Van Mungo 184, Paul Dean 150, Lon Warneke 143


The 1941 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 616 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  Ted Williams epic .406 season ... Joe Dimaggio's 56 game hitting streak and teamed with Henrich and Keller, all 3 Yankee outfielders hit 30 + homeruns as NYY ran away with the AL pennant.  The National League featured a tight race between the Dodgers and Cardinals that went down to the wire.  Kirby Higbe and Whit Wyatt each won 22 games while Doph Camilli slugged 34 homers to lead the league.  It was Brooklyn's first pennant in a long time, but they fell to their cross town rivals in the Fall Classic.
Average: Williams .406, Travis .359, DiMaggio .357, Reiser .343, Heath .340, Siebert .334, McCosky .324, Chapman .322, Wright .322, Cooney .319

Homeruns:  Williams 37, Camilli 34, Keller 33, Henrich 31, DiMaggio 30, York 27, Ott 27, Nicholson 26, Young 25, Chapman 25
Total Bases: DiMaggio 348, Heath 343, Williams 335, Travis 316, Chapman 300, Reiser 299, Camilli 294, Keller 294, Keltner 282, Henrich 279
Wins:  Feller 25, Lee 22, Higbe 22, Wyatt 22, Walters 19, Newsome 19, Riddle 19, Leonard 18, Butcher 17, Warneke 17, White 17

ERA: Riddle 2.24, Wyatt 2.34, Lee 2.37, White 2.40, Vander Meer 2.82, Walters 2.83, Benton 2.97, Davis 2.97, Melton 3.01, Butcher 3.05

Strikeouts:  Feller 260, Vander Meer 202, Wyatt 176, Newsom 175, Lee 130, Walters 129, Higbe 121, Rigney 119, Cooper 118, White 117


The 1946 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 600+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  The Red Sox World Series loss to the Cardinals.  The Cardinals beat out Brooklyn by 2 games to take the NL pennant.  In the AL the race was statistically closer than the actual standings as Boston had 97 Pythagorean wins to New York's 93, and the Tigers 92.  It's the first full year back from the war.  
Homeruns: Greenberg 44, Williams 38, Keller 30, Seerey 26, Joe DiMaggio 25, Kiner 23, Mize 22, Chapman 20
Average: Musial .365, Vernon .353, Williams .342, Pesky .335, Hopp .333, Kell .322, Walker .319, Dom DiMaggio .316, Ennis .313, Holmes .310
Wins: Feller 26, Newhouser 26, Ferriss 25, Pollet 21, Sain 20, Chandler 20, Hughson 20, Trout 17, Harris 17, Higbe 17


The 1947 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 600+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  A new Yankee reign of terror is about to begin as they win their first pennant and World Series in 4 long seasons in the Bronx.  They beat the Dodgers in the Fall Classic again although Brooklyn was starting to put together their Boys of Summer that would eventually fell NYY in '55.

Ave: H.Walker 2TM .363, T.Williams BOS .343, McCosky PHA .328, Pesky BOS & Wright CHW .324, Kell DET .320, Elliott BSN .317, Mitchell CLE .316, DiMaggio NYY .315
HR: Mize NYG 51, Kiner PIT 51, Marshall NYG 36, Cooper NYG 35, Williams BOS 32, Gordon CLE 29, Thomson NYG 29, Kurowski STL 27, Heath SLB 27, Nicholson CHC 26
SB: Dillinger SLB 34, Robinson BRO 29, Philley CHW 21, Reiser BRO 14, Hopp BSN 13, Walker 2TM 13, Pesky BOS 12, Vernon WSH 12, Rizzuto NYY 11
ERA: Spahn BSN 2.33, Haynes CHW 2.42, Blackwell CIN 2.47, Branca BRO 2.67, Feller CLE 2.68, Leonard PHI 2.68, Fowler PHA & Lopat CHW 2.81, Brazle STL 2.84, Newhouser DET
Wins: Blackwell CIN 22, Branca BRO 21, Spahn BSN 21, Jansen NYG 21, Sain BSN 21, Feller CLE 20, Marchildon PHA 19, Reynolds NYY 19, Dobson BOS 18, Hutchinson DET 18
K: Feller CLE 196, Blackwell CIN 193, Newhouser DET 176, Branca BRO 148, Masterson WSH 135, Sain BSN 132, Reynolds NYY 129, Marchildon PHA 128, Munger STL & Spahn BSN


The 1948 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 600+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  In a tantalizing 3 team race the Indians edged the Red Sox by 1 and Yankees by 2.5 to advance to the Series against the Braves.  What could have been an all Boston Fall Classic didn't quite happen.  "Spahn and Sain and pray for rain", the Braves had a bit easier time of it winning by 6.5 over the Cardinals.  The two most prolific hitters of their time showed their wares as Musial and Williams led their leagues in batting average and OPS.  Joe Dimaggio displayed great power finishing just one behind Kiner and Mize for the Homerun title.
Ave: Musial STL .376, Williams BOS .369, Boudreau CLE .355, Mitchell CLE .336, Ashburn PHI .333, Zarilla SLB .329, McCosky PHA .326, Holmes BSN .325, Dark BSN .322
HR: Mize NYG 40, Kiner PIT 40, DiMaggio NYY 39, Musial STL 39, Sauer CIN 35, Gordon CLE 32, Keltner CLE 31, Ennis PHI 30, Gordon NYG 30, Stephens BOS 29
SB: Ashburn PHI 32, Dillinger SLB 28, Reese BRO 25, Rojek PIT 24, Coan WSH 23, Robinson BRO 22, Torgeson BSN 19, Hermanski BRO 15, Vernon WSH 15, Mitchell CLE 13
ERA: Brecheen STL 2.24, Bearden CLE 2.43, Leonard PHI 2.51, Sain BSN 2.60, Roe BRO 2.63, Schmitz CHC 2.64, Scarborough WSH 2.82, Lemon CLE 2.82, Newhouser DET 3.01

Wins: Sain BSN 24, Newhouser DET 21, Brecheen STL 20, Lemon CLE 20, Bearden CLE 20, Feller CLE 19, Raschi NYY 19, Schmitz CHC 18, Kramer BOS 18, Jansen NYG 18
K: Feller CLE 164, Brecheen STL 149, Lemon CLE 147, Newhouser DET 143, Barney BRO 138, Sain BSN 137, Brissie PHA 127, Jansen NYG 126, Raschi NYY 124, Trucks DET 123

The 1949 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 600+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring:  The beginning of the greatest run in the history of sports, the Yankees won the first of 5 in a row and 14 of 16 AL pennants.  This one wasn't easy though as the Red Sox challenged them to the final day led by MPV Ted Williams who essentially got the Triple Crown that year.  He tied for the Batting Average and RBI titles, although George Kell beat him by 1/10,000th of a point despite 15 fewer hits.  A great race in the NL as well saw the Dodgers and MVP Jackie Robinson edge the Cardinals by a game.  The Series was all Yankees in a 5 game demolition over Da' Bums.

Ave: Kell Det .343, Williams Bos .343, Robinson Bro .342, Musial Stl .338, Slaughter Stl .336, Dillinger Slb .324, Furillo Bro .322, Mitchell Cle .317, Kiner Pit .310, Thomson Nyg .309
HR: Kiner Pit 54, Williams Bos 43, Stephens Bos 39, Musial Stl 36, Sauer 2tm 31, Thomson Nyg 27, Gordon Nyg 26, Ennis Phi 25, Seminick Phi 24, Doby Cle, Henrich Nyy,  Chapman 24

SB: Robinson Bro 37, Reese Bro 26, Dillinger Slb 20, Rizzuto Nyy 18, Valo Pha 14, Philley Chw 13, Hermanski Bro 12, Lockman Nyg 12, Snider Bro 12, Jeffcoat Chc 12
ERA: Garcia Cle 2.36, Koslo Nyg 2.50, Staley Stl 2.73, Pollet Stl 2.77, Parnell Bos 2.77, Roe Bro 2.79, Trucks Det 2.81, Hutchinson Det 2.96, Lemon Cle 2.99, Heintzelman Phi 3.02
Wins: Parnell Bos 25, Kinder Bos 23, Lemon Cle 22, Raschi Nyy 21, Spahn Bsn 21, Pollet Stl 20, Kellner Pha 20, Trucks Det 19, Raffensberger Cin 18, Newhouser Det 18
K's: Trucks Det 153, Spahn Bsn 151, Newcombe Bro 149, Newhouser Det 144, Lemon Cle 138, Kinder Bos 138, Byrne Nyy 129, Raschi Nyy 124, Parnell Bos 122, Brissie Pha 118



The 1950 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 600+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock​
Featuring: In a great 4 team race the Yankees prevail, led by MVP Phil Rizzuto.  The Red Sox averaged 6.7 runs per game led by batting champion Billy Goodman and 4 of the top 10 hitters in baseball.  The Whiz Kids in the NL from Philadelphia won in another 4 team race squeaking past the Dodgers in the end.  MVP Jim Konstanty won 16 games for the Phillies.  They were no match in the World Series though, as the Yankees got out the broom and swept them away.

Ave: Goodman Bos .354, Musial Stl .346, Kell Det .340, D.Dimaggio Bos .328, J.Robinson Bro .328, Doby Cle .326, Zarilla Bos .325, Rizzuto Nyy .324, Evers Det .323
Homeruns: Kiner Pit 47, Rosen Cle 37, Pafko Chc 36, Dropo Bos 34, Hodges Bro 32, Dimaggio Nyy 32, Sauer Chc 32, Ennis Phi 31, Campanella Bro 31, Snider Bro 31
SB's: Jethroe Bsn 35, Reese Bro 17, Snider Bro 16, Dimaggio Bos 15, Torgeson Bsn 15, Ashburn Phi 14, Terwilliger Chc 13, Rizzuto Nyy 12, Valo Pha 12, Robinson bro 12
ERA: Maglie Nyg 2.71, Blackwell Cin 2.97, Jansen Nyg 3.01, Roberts Phi 3.02, Lanier Stl 3.13, Spahn Bsn 3.16, Wynn Cle 3.20, Pollet Stl 3.29, Roe Bro 3.30

K's: Spahn Bsn 191, Blackwell Cin 188, Lemon Cle 170, Jansen Nyg 161, Reynolds Nyy 160, Raschi Nyy 155, Simmons Phi & Roberts Phi 146, Wynn Cle 143

Wins: Lemon Cle 23, Raschi Nyy 21, Spahn Bsn 21, Roberts Phi 20, Sain Bsn 20, Houtteman Det 19, Bickford Bsn 19, Newcombe Bro 19, Roe Bro 19, Jansen Nyg 19


The 1951 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 648 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The passing of the torch in the Bronx, as DiMaggio serves his final season while the Mick begins his sojourn.  Also joining him crosstown in his rookie season is the Say Hey Kid while The Duke performs admirably in Flatbush.  Mantle and Mays, the best rookie class of all time.  Meanwhile the Yankees with MVP Yogi Berra continue a 16 year run of dominance, and the NL race featured the Shot Heard Around the Word, Bobby Thomson's epic homerun off Ralph Branca to decide the pennant versus the Dodgers.  It is truly a most memorable season.
Homeruns:  Kiner  42, Hodges  40, Zernial  33, Campanella  33, Musial  32, Thomson  32, Sauer  30, Williams  30, Pafko  30, Snider  29, E.Robinson  29, Gordon  29
​Average:  Musial  .355, Ashburn  .344, Fain  .344, J.Robinson  .338, Minoso  .326, Campanella  .325, Kell  .319, Williams  .318, Fox  .313, Pesky  .313

Stolen Bases: Jethroe  35, Minoso  31, Ashburn  29, Busby  26, J.Robinson  25, Reese  20, Torgeson  20, Rizzuto  18
​Wins: Maglie  23, Jansen  23, Feller  22, Spahn  22, Roe  22, Raschi  21, Roberts  21, Lopat  21, Wynn  20, Dickson  20, Garcia  20, Garver  20, Newcombe  20

ERA: Rogovin  2.78, Nichols  2.88, Lopat  2.91, Maglie  2.93, Spahn  2.98, Wynn  3.02, Roberts  3.03, Pierce  3.03, Jansen  3.04, Roe  3.04

Strikeouts: Spahn  164, Newcombe  164, Raschi  164, Maglie  146, Jansen  145, Wynn  133, Lemon  32, Gray  131, Rush  129, McDermott  127, Roberts  127


The 1952 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 680 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Indians gave the Yankees a run for their money this year but fell 2 games short.  The Dodgers prevailed in the NL by 4.5 over the Giants to help avenge the playoff loss from the season before.  The Cardinals and Phillies also had good teams and stuck around until September for the pennant chase.
HR:  Sauer CHC 37, Kiner PIT 37, Hodges BRO 32, Doby CLE 32, Easter CLE 31, Berra  NYY 30, Dropo 2TM 29, Zernial PHA 29, Rosen CLE 28, Mathews BSN 25, Gordon BSN 25
​Ave:  Musial STL .336, Fain PHA .327, Baumholtz CHC .325, Mitchell CLE .323, Kluszewski  CIN .320, Mantle NYY, .311 Kell 2TM .311, Woodling NYY .309, Robinson BRO .308
SB: Reese BRO 30, Jethroe BSN 28, Robinson BRO 24, Minoso CHW 22, Rivera 2TM 21, Jensen 2TM 18, Rizzuto NYY 17, Ashburn PHI 16, Throneberry BOS 16, Ryan PHI 13
​Wins: Roberts PHI 28, Shantz PHA 24, Wynn CLE 23, Lemon CLE 22, Garcia CLE 22, Reynolds NYY 20, Maglie NYG 18, Staley STL 17, Raffensberger CIN 17, Rush CHC 17
ERA: Reynolds NYY 2.06, Garcia CLE 2.37, Wilhelm NYG 2.43, Shantz PHA 2.48, Lemon CLE 2.50,  Dobson CHW 2.51, Pierce CHW 2.57, Hacker CHC 2.58,  Roberts PHI 2.59
K: Spahn BSN 183, Reynolds NYY 160, Rush CHC 157, Wynn CLE 153, Shantz PHA 152, Roberts PHI 148, Mizell STL 146, Pierce CHW 144, Garcia CLE 143, Simmons PHI 141


The 1953 Season Set

The complete 16 team season set with 632 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Brooklyn had their best team ever, and still could not beat the Yankees in the World Series.  The Dodgers averaged an astounding 6.2 runs per game of offense, as MVP Roy Campanella and Duke Snider combined for 83 homeruns.  Baseball had its first move West as the Braves uprooted from Boston to Milwaukee.  The bigger park did not daunt Eddie Mathews who blasted 47 homeruns.
Homeruns:  Mathews mln 47, Rosen cle 43, Zernial pha & Snider bro 42, Campanella bro 41, Kluszewski cin 40, Kiner 2tm 35, Hodges bro 31, Bell cin, Musial stl & Thomas pit 30
​Ave:  Furillo BRO .344,  Schoendienst STL .342, Musial STL & Vernon WSH .337, Snider BRO & Rosen CLE .336,  Mueller NYG, .333 Ashburn PHI .330, Irvin NYG & Robinson BRO .329
SB: Bruton MLN 26, Minoso CHW 25, Rivera CHW 22, Reese BRO 22, Gilliam BRO 21, Jensen WSH 18, Robinson BRO 17, Snider BRO 16, Bernier PIT 15, Ashburn PHI 14
​Wins: Roberts PHI 23, Spahn MLN 23, Porterfield WSH 22, Lemon CLE 21, Parnell BOS 21, Erskine BRO 20, Trucks 2TM 20, Haddix STL 20

ERA: Spahn MLN 2.10, Lopat NYY 2.42, Pierce CHW 2.72, Roberts PHI 2.75, Trucks 2TM 2.93, Buhl MLN 2.97, Ford NYY 3.00, Sain NYY 3.00, McDermott BOS 3.01, Haddix  STL, 3.06

K: Roberts PHI 198, Erskine BRO 187, Pierce CHW 186, Mizell STL 173, Haddix STL 163, Trucks 2TM 149, Spahn MLN 148, Simmons PHI 138, Wynn CLE 138, Parnell  BOS, 136

The 1954 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 608 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock

Featuring: The Indians record setting 111 wins in the AL, while the Giants won over the Dodgers and young Braves with rookie Hank Aaron making his debut.

Homeruns:  Kluszewski 49, Hodges 42, Mays 41, Sauer 41, Mathews 40, Snider 40, Musial 35, Doby 32, Williams 29, Mantle 27

​Average:  Mays .345, Williams .345, Mueller .342, Snider .341, Avila .341,  Musial .330, Kluszewski .326, Minoso .320, Noren .319, Fox .319

​Wins: Lemon 23, Wynn 23, Roberts 23, Spahn 21, Antonelli 21, Grim 20, Trucks 19, Garcia 19, Haddix 18, Erskine 18, Gromek 18

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The 1955 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 650+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Dodgers finally beating the Yankees in the World Series, and the emergence of a bright new star named Koufax, and Willie Mays blossoming into a homerun hitter.  Kaline became the youngest batting champ in baseball history at age 20.
Homeruns:  Mays 51, Kluszewski 47, Banks 44, Snider 42, Mathews 41, Post 40, Mantle 37, Musial 33, Campanella 32, Zernial 30
​Average:  Kaline .340, Ashburn .338, Mays .319, Power .319, Musial .319, Campanella .318, Aaron 314, Kluszewski .314, Furillo .314, Kell .312
​Wins: Roberts 23, Newcombe 20, Lemon 18, Sullivan 18, Ford 18, Turley 17, Spahn 17, Nuxhall 17, Wynn 17, Byrne 16, Hoeft 16, Score 16


The 1956 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 650+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Mick's Triple Crown season leading the Yankees back to the top of the baseball world and their revenge on the Dodgers in the World Series.  The NL race was one of the most exciting in league history with 3 teams battling it out to the final weekend.  Rookie Frank Robinson slugged 38 homeruns, while the ultra-young duo of Henry Aaron and Eddie Mathews led the Braves.
Homeruns:  Mantle 52, Snider 43, Robinson 38, Adcock 38, Mathews 37, Post 36, Mays 36, Kluszewski 35, Hodges 32, Wertz 32, Lopata 32
​Average:  Mantle .353, Williams .345, Kuenn .332, Aaron .328, Maxwell .326, Nieman .320, Virdon .319, Minoso .316, Jensen .315, Kaline .314
​Wins: Newcombe 27, Lary 21, Antonelli 20, Score 20, Pierce 20, Hoeft 20, Spahn 20, Wynn 20, Lemon 20


The 1957 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 640+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Yankees and Braves both coasted to pennants as Mantle had another monster season hitting .365, while the Braves were led by Hank Aaron's 44 homers and an MVP performance.  Meanwhile Ted Williams was aging gracefully with Stan Musial, both winning batting titles at ages 38 and 36, respectively.
Average:  Williams .388, Mantle .365, Musial .351, Mays .333, Robinson .322, Aaron .322, Woodling .321, Boyd .318, Fox .317, Groat .315

Homeruns: Aaron 44, Banks 43, Sievers 42, Snider 40, Williams 38, Mays 35, Mantle 34, Mathews 32, Crowe 31, Musial 29, Robinson 29

Steals:  Mays 38, Aparicio 28, Gilliam 26, Blasingame 21, Temple 19, Minoso 18, Rivera 18, Fernandez 18, Mantle 16, Piersall 14, Pilarcik 14, Landis 14
​Wins: Spahn 21, Pierce 20, Bunning 20, Sanford 19, Buhl 18, Burdette 17, Drysdale 17, Donovan 16, Brewer 16, Sturdivant 16, Lawrence 16

ERA: Shantz 2.45, Sturdivant 2.54, Podres 2.66, Drysdale 2.69, Spahn 2.69, Bunning 2.69, Turley 2.71, Sullivan 2.73, Buhl 2.74, Donovan 2.77

The 1958 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 650+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Yankees and Braves again both coasted to pennants but with the same Series outcome ... the Big Apple wins in 7 this time.  Speaking of coasts, the Dodgers and Giants started a new era in the game as they moved to the West Coast.  Ted Williams continued aging gracefully at age 39 and won another batting title.  Jackie Jensen was the AL MVP, while Ernie Banks was the NL MVP.  Bob Turley won the Cy Young with New York.
Average: Ashburn .350, Mays .347, Musial .337, Williams .328, Aaron .326, Runnels .322, Skinner .321, Kuenn .319, Kaline .313, Banks .313
Homeruns: Banks 47, Mantle 42, Colavito 41, Sievers 39, Cerv 38, Jensen 35, Thomas 35, Robinson 31, Mathews 31, Aaron 30, Triandos 30
Steals: Mays 31, Ashburn 30, Aparicio 29, Rivera 21, Taylor 21, Blasingame 20, Landis 19, Gilliam 18, Mantle 18, Temple 15, Cepeda 15
​Wins: Friend 22, Spahn 22, Turley 21, Burdette 20, Purkey 17, Pierce 17, Roberts 17, McLish 16, Lary 16, Antonelli 16
ERA: Ford 2.01, Miller 2.47, Pierce 2.68, Jones 2.88, Harshman 2.89, Lary 2.90, Burdette 2.91, O'Dell 2.97, Turley 2.97, McLish 2.99

Strikeouts: Jones 225, Wynn 179, Bunning 177, Turley 168, Harshman 161, Spahn 150, Pascual 146, Ford 145, Pierce 144, Podres 143, Antonelli 143


The 1959 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 630+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The White Sox broke the Yankees run keyed by the double play duo Nellie Fox (.306) and Luis Aparicio (56 sb's).  They lost the Series to the LA Dodgers and the emerging tandem of Drysdale and Koufax, the first title out on the West Coast.
Homeruns:  Mathews 46, Banks 45, Killebrew 42, Colavito 42, Aaron 39, Robinson 36, Mays 34, Lemon 33, Maxwell 31, Mantle 31
​Average:  Aaron .355, Kuenn .353, Cunningham .345, Kaline .327, Cepeda .317, Pinson .316, Runnels .314, Mays .313, Robinson .311, Temple .311
​Wins:  Wynn 22, Spahn 21, Burdette 21, Jones 21, McLish 19, Antonelli 19, Face 18, Shaw 18, Law 18, Drysdale 17, Pascual 17,  Lary 17, Bunning 17, Mossi  17


The 1960 Season Set
The complete 16 team season set with 669 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The stunning Pirates win over the Yankees in the World Series on Bill Mazeroski's homerun.  Roger Maris won the first of his back to back MVP's hitting 39 homers, and ending up with an even 100 over the 2 year period.  The ageless Warren Spahn won 20 for the 10th time in his great career, with 2 more to follow.  It was Ted Williams final year at age 41, and he went out with 29 homeruns and a .316 batting average and was 10th in WAR.
Batting Average: Cash .361, Clemente .351, Howard  .348, Pinson  .343, Boyer .329, Moon .328, Aaron .327, Kaline .324, Robinson, .323, Piersall .322
Home Runs: Maris 61, Mantle 54, Gentile 46, Killebrew 46, Cepeda 46, Colavito 45, Cash 41, Mays 40, Robinson 37, Adcock 35, Stuart 35
Stolen Bases: Aparicio 53, Howser 37, Wills 35, Wood 30, Pinson 23, Hinton 22, Robinson 22, Bruton 22, Aaron 21, Landis 19
ERA: Donovan 2.40, Stafford 2.68, Mossi 2.96, Spahn 3.02, Pappas 3.04, Pizarro 3.05, O'Toole 3.10, Simmons 3.13, Terry 3.15, , Brown 3.19
Wins:  Ford 25, Lary 23, Jay 21, Spahn 21, O'Toole 19, Koufax 18, Podres 18, Barber 18, Burdette 18, 10., Bunning 17
Strikeouts:  Koufax , 269, Pascual  221, Ford 209, Williams 205, Bunning 194, Pizarro 188, Drysdale 182, McBride 180, O'Toole 178, Ramos 174

The 1961 Season Set

The complete 18 team season set with 784 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock

Featuring: The Yankees beat out the Tigers, the only 100 win team not to make it to the post season,  as Maris broke Ruth's homerun record with 61.  Mantle finished with 54 as they pulled off the greatest Gotham City duo since ... Batman and Robin?  They went on to beat Frank Robinson (Triple Crown) and his Reds in the World Series.

Batting Average: Groat .325, Larker .323, Runnels .320, Mays .319, Smith .315, mente .314, Minoso .311, Skowron .309, Kuenn .308, Boyer .304
Home Runs: Banks 41, Mantle 40, Aaron 40, Mathews 39, Maris 39, Lemon 38, Colavito 35, Boyer 32, Killebrew 31, Robinson 31
Stolen Bases: Aparicio 51, Wills 50, Pinson 32, Taylor 26, Mays 25, Landis 23, Bruton 22, Green 21, Kaline 19, Javier 19
ERA:  Baumann 2.67, McCormick 2.70, Broglio 2.74, Bunning 2.79, Drysdale 2.84, Williams 3.00, Friend 3.00, Brown 3.06, Simmons 3.06, Ditmar 3.06
Wins:  Broglio 21, Spahn 21, Law 20, Burte 19, Jackson 18, Estrada 18, Jones 18, Perry 18, Friend 18, Purkey 17
Strikeouts:  Drysdale 246, Bunning 201, Koufax 197, Jones 190, Broglio 188, Friend 183, Williams 175, Jackson 171, Ramos 160, Podres 159


The 1962 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 804 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock

Featuring:  A great NL pennant race that sees the Dodgers and Giants at seasons end and needing a 3 game playoff.  The Giants win the series.  Hello to the Mets and Astros as they join the fold.  Meanwhile the Yankees continue their run and win again.  Maury Will breaks the all-time steal record with 104.
Batting Average: T.Davis .346, F.Robinson .342, Musial .330, Runnels .326, B.White .324, Aaron .323, Mantle, .321, Altman, .318, F.Alou .316, Clemente .312
Home Runs: Mays 49, Killebrew 48, Aaron 45, F.Robinson 39, Cash 39, Colavito 37, Wagner 37, Banks 37, Cepeda 35, F.Thomas 34
Stolen Bases: Wills 104, W.Davis 32, Aparicio 31, Hinton 28, Pinson 26, Javier 26, Wood 24, Taylor 20, Charles 20, Tartabull 19, Altman 19, Howser 19, Landis 19
Wins: Drysdale 25, Sanford 24, Purkey 23, Terry 23, Jay 21, Herbert 20, Pascual 20, Donovan 20, Bunning 19, Mahaffey 19, O'Dell 19
Strikeouts: Drysdale 232, Koufax 216, Gibson 208, Pascual 206, Farrell 203, O'Dell 195, Bunning 184, Johnson 178, Podres 178, Mahaffey 177
ERA: Aguirre, 2.21, Koufax, 2.54, Roberts, 2.78, Shaw, 2.80, Purkey, 2.81, Drysdale, 2.83, Gibson, 2.85, Ford, 2.90, Chance, 2.96, Broglio, 3.00


The 1963 Season Set

The complete 20 team season set with 801 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock

Featuring:  Another Yankee pennant, but the Koufax led Dodgers upset in the World Series.

​Batting Average: T.Davis .326, Yastrzemski .321,  Clemente .320, Aaron .319, Groat .319, Cepeda .316, Mays .314, Pinson .313, Kaline .312, Rollins .307

​Home Runs: Killebrew 45, McCovey 44, Aaron 44, Stuart 42, Mays 38, Allison 35, Cepeda 34, Hall 33, E.Howard • NYY 28, F.Howard • LAD 28

​Stolen Bases: Wills 40, Aparicio 40,  Aaron 31,  Pinson 27, F.Robinson 26, Hinton 25, W.Davis 25, Brock 24, T.Taylor 23, Clendenon 22

Wins: Koufax 25, Marichal 25, Ford 24, Spahn 23, Maloney 23, Ellsworth 22, Pascual 21, Bouton 21, Monbouquette 20, Barber 20

​ERA: Koufax 1.88, Ellsworth 2.11,  Peters 2.33, Friend 2.34, Pizarro 2.39, Marichal 2.41, Pascual 2.46, Simmons 2.48, Bouton 2.53, Jackson 2.55

Strikeouts: Koufax 306, Maloney 265, Drysdale 251, Marichal 248, Gibson 204, Pascual 202, Bunning 196, Stigman 193, Lemaster 190, Ford 189, Peters 189


The 1964 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 804 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring:  A great 3 team race in the AL, and 5 team race in the NL, with the Cardinals prevailing over the Yankees in the World Series.  The Phillies collapsed  while the Cardinals trade for Lou Brock kick started their pennant drive.
​Batting Average: Clemente .339, Carty .330, Aaron .328, Oliva .323, Torre .321, Allen .318, Robinson 317, Brock .315, Howard .313, Santo .313
​Home Runs: Killebrew 49, Mays 47, Powell 39, Mantle 35, Colavito 34, Stuart 33, Williams 33, Allison 32, Oliva 32, Wagner 31, Cepeda 31, Callison 31, Hart 31,
​Stolen Bases: Aparicio 57, Wills 53, Brock 43, Davis 42, Harper 24, Robinson 23, Aaron 22, Weis 22, Davalillo 21, Howser 20
Wins: Jackson 24, Marichal 21, Chance 20, Sadecki 20, Peters 20, Cloninger 19, Bunker 19, Wickersham 19, Bunning 19, Gibson 19, Koufax 19, Pizarro 19
​ERA: Chance 1.65, Koufax 1.74, Horlen 1.88, Ford 2.13, Drysdale 2.18, Short 2.20, Marichal .2.48, Peters 2.50, Pizarro 2.56, Bunning 2.63
Strikeouts: Veale 250, Gibson 245, Drysdale 237, Koufax 223, Bunning 219, Downing 217, Maloney 214, Pascual 213, Chance 207, Marichal 206

 

The 1965 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 788 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Twins breaking the Yankees reign with a 100 win season, but losing to Koufax and the Dodgers in the World Series.  Koufax won the MLB Pitching Triple Crown for the second of three times in his illustrious career, while all the great NL hitters pounded the ball into submission.
Batting Average: Clemente  .329, Oliva  .321, Aaron  .318, Mays  .317, B.Williams  .315, Rose  .312, Yastrzemski  .312, Flood  .310, Pinson  .305, Rojas  .303
​Home Runs: Mays 52, McCovey  39, B.Williams  34, Santo  33, F.Robinson  33, Aaron  32, T.Conigliaro  32, D.Johnson  32, Allison  32, Mathews  32
​Stolen Bases: Wills  94, Brock  63, Campaneris  51, Wynn  43, Cardenal  37, Harper  35, Versalles  27, Davalillo  26, Aparicio  26, W.Davis  25
ERA: Koufax  2.04, Marichal  2.13, Law  2.15, McDowell  2.18, Fisher  2.40, Siebert  2.43, Maloney  2.54, Brunet  2.56, Bunning  2.60, Richert  2.60
Wins: Koufax  26, Cloninger  24, Drysdale  23, Marichal  22, Ellis  22, Grant  21, Gibson  20, Stottlemyre  20, Maloney  20, Bunning  19
​Strikeouts: Koufax  382, McDowell  325, Veale  276, Gibson  270, Bunning  268, Maloney  244, Marichal  240, Short  237, Lolich  226, Cloninger  211


The 1966 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 802 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Frank Robinson's Triple Crown leading Baltimore to their first championship, and Sandy Koufax's swan song leading Los Angeles in another close one over the Giants and the Pirates.  The Alou brothers, Matty and Felipe were 1, 2 in the batting race, while Hall of Famers littered the leader boards.
Batting Average: M.Alou .342, F.Alou .327, Carty .326, Allen .317, Clemente .317, F.Robinson .316, Stargell .315, Torre .315, Rose .313, Santo .312
​Home Runs: F.Robinson 49, Aaron 44, Allen 40, Killebrew 39, Mays 37, Torre 36, McCovey 36, Powell 34, Hart 33, Stargell 33
​Stolen Bases: Brock 74, Campaneris 52, Buford 51, S.Jackson 49, Agee 44, Wills 38, A.Phillips 32, Harper 29, Aparicio 25, Cardenal 24
Wins: Koufax 27,  Marichal 25, Kaat 25, G.Perry 21, Gibson 21, McLain 20, Short 20, Bunning 19, E.Wilson 18, Osteen 17
ERA: Koufax 1.73, Peters 1.98,  Cuellar 2.22, Marichal 2.23, Bunning 2.41, Horlen 2.43, Gibson 2.44, Hargan 2.48, A.Jackson 2.51, J.Perry 2.54
​Strikeouts: Koufax 317, Bunning 252, Veale 229, McDowell 225, Gibson 225, Marichal 222, Maloney 216, Sutton 209, Kaat 205, G.Perry 201


The 1967 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 844 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Carl Yastrzemski's Triple Crown leading Boston from a worst to first storybook season, but falling to the Cardinals Bob Gibson and Lou Brock in the Fall Classic. The AL pennant chase was one of the greatest ever with 5 teams still in the hunt in the final month, and down to the final day before it was decided.
Batting Average: Clemente .357, Gonzalez .339, M.Alou .338, Flood .335, Staub .333, Yastrzemski .326, Cepeda .325, F.Robinson .311, Kaline .308, Allen .307
​Home Runs: Yastrzemski 44, Killebrew 44, Aaron 39, Wynn 37, Howard 36, McCovey 31, Santo 31, F.Robinson 30, Hart 29, B.Williams 28
​Stolen Bases: Campaneris 55, Brock 52, Buford 34, Wills 29, Morgan 29, Agee 28, Pinson 26, McCraw 24, Phillips 24, Harper 23
Wins: Wilson 22, Lonborg 22, McCormick 22, Chance 20, Jenkins 20, Horlen 19, McLain 17, Osteen 17, Bunning 17
ERA: Niekro 1.87, Horlen 2.06, Peters 2.28, Bunning 2.29, Siebert 2.38, Short 2.39, John 2.47,Merritt 2.53, Nolan 2.58, Clark 2.59
​Strikeouts: Bunning 253, Lonborg 246, Jenkins 236, McDowell 236, Perry 230, Chance 220, Tiant 219, Peters 215, Kaat 211, Nolan 206


The 1968 Season Set
The complete 20 team season set with 780 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Denny McLain's 31 win season, and the Tigers coming back from a 3-1 deficit in the World Series against the Cardinals.  Mickey Lolich won 3 times and beat Bob Gibson in Game 7.  It was the Year of the Pitcher and play those low scoring games with speed to get through your schedule.
Batting Average: Rose .335, M.Alou .332, F.Alou .317, A.Johnson .312, Flood .301, Yastrzemski .301, C.Jones .297, Beckert .294, McCovey .293, Staub .291
​Home Runs: . F.Howard 44, McCovey 36, W.Horton 36, K.Harrelson 35, D.Allen 33, Banks 32, B.Williams 30, R.Jackson 29, Aaron 29, Santo 26, Wynn 26
​Stolen Bases: Campaneris 62, Brock 62, Wills 52, Cardenal 40, W.Davis 36, Tovar 35, Aaron 28, Buford 27, Foy 26, Davalillo 25
Wins: McLain 31, Marichal 26, McNally 22, Gibson 22, Stottlemyre 21, Tiant 21, Jenkins 20, Short 19, Briles 19, Koosman 19
ERA: Gibson 1.12, Tiant 1.60, McDowell 1.81, McNally 1.95, McLain 1.96, T.John 1.98, Bolin 1.99, Bahnsen 2.05, Veale 2.05, Koosman 2.08
​Strikeouts: McDowell 283, McLain 280, Gibson 268, Tiant 264, Jenkins 260, Chance 234, Singer 227, Marichal 218, Sadecki 206, Seaver 205


The 1969 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 960 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Amazing Mets beating the vaunted Orioles in the World Series as Tom Terrific led the charge with 25 regular season wins.  In the AL a very young Reggie Jackson electrified the league with a Ruthian pace during the first 4 months of the season while the O's started their historic run of 3 straight AL pennants to establish themselves as one of the greatest teams of all time.
Batting Average: Rose .348, Clemente .345, C.Jones .340, Carew .332, M.Alou .331, McCovey .320, A.Johnson .315, W.Davis .311, R.Smith .309, Oliva .309
​Home Runs: Killebrew 49, Howard 48, Jackson 47, McCovey 45, Aaron 44, Yastrzemski 40, Petrocelli 40,L.May 38, Powell 37, Perez 37
​Stolen Bases: Harper 73, Campaneris 62, Brock 53, Morgan 49, Tovar 45, Bonds 45, Kelly 40, Wills 40, Foy 37, Cardenal 36
Wins: Seaver 25, McLain 24, Cuellar 23, Niekro 23, Marichal 21, Jenkins 21, G.Perry,  Dierker, Osteen, Singer, McNally, Hands, Boswell, Stottlemyre, Gibson all with 20
ERA: Marichal 2.10, Carlton 2.17, Gibson 2.18, Bosman 2.19, Seaver 2.21, Koosman 2.28, Dierker 2.33, Palmer 2.34, Singer 2.34, Cuellar 2.38
​Strikeouts: McDowell 279, Jenkins 273, Lolich 271, Gibson 269, Singer 247, D.Wilson 235, G.Perry 233, Dierker 232, Sutton 217, Veale 213


The 1970 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 982 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The middle season of the Orioles epic 3 year string of 101+ win seasons, this one being their only World Series victory over another brewing dynasty, the Big Red Machine from Cincinnati.  The Orioles beat the Twins in the ALCS while the Reds beat the Pirates in the NLCS.
AL awards went to: MVP Boog Powell, CYA Jim Perry, ROY Thurman Munson, Batting Alex Johnson .329 in a nudge over Yastrzemski, but Yaz won the OPS 1.044, HR Frank Howard 44, SB Bert Campaneris 44, ERA Diego Segui 2.56, Wins Perry, Mike Cuellar, and Dave McNally 24, and Strikeout King Sam McDowell 305.
 NL awards went to: MVP Johnny Bench, CYA Bob Gibson, ROY Carl Morton, Batting Rico Carty .366, OPS Willie McCovey 1.056, HR Johnny Bench with 45, SB Bobby Tolan 57, ERA Tom Seaver 2.82, Wins Gaylord Perry and Bob Gibson 23, and Strikeout King Tom Seaver 283.


The 1971 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 888 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Murcer, Reggie, Melton, Carew, Oliva, Aaron, Clemente, Stargell, Bench, Rose, Mays, Dick Allen, Bobby Bonds ... Jenkins, Lolich, Seaver, Wood, and the amazing rookie Vida Blue on the young A's.  The Orioles won their third straight AL pennant beating the up and coming Oakland A's in the ALCS.  They featured four 20 game winners, Palmer, Cuellar, McNally, and Dobson, but lost the Series to the Pirates who were led by HR champion Willie Stargell, and the great Roberto Clemente.


The 1972 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 928 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The beginning of Charley Finley's Oakland A's dynasty.  Reggie, Sal, Vida, Catfish and the gang won the West over the White Sox who hung around most of the year, and then beat the Tigers who squeaked past Boston and 2 other clubs in the East.  In the NL the Pirates and Reds galloped to easy division wins, and then CInci prevailed in the NLCS to face the A's.  Bench and company however could not overcome the Athletics juggernaut.
Batting Average: B.Williams .333, Garr .325, Baker .321, Cedeno .320, Carew .318, Watson .312, Piniella  .312, Oliver .312, Brock .311, Allen .308
​Home Runs: Bench 40, Colbert 38, Williams 37, Allen 37, Aaron 34, Murcer 33, Stargell 33, L.May 29, , Kingman 29, E.Williams 28
​Stolen Bases: Brock 63, Morgan 58, Cedeno 55, Campaneris 52, Nelson 51, Bonds 44, Tolan 42, Patek 33, Kelly 32, Otis 28
Wins: Carlton 27, Perry 24, Wood 24, Lolich 22, Hunter 21, Seaver 21, Palmer 21, Bahnsen21, Jenkins 20, Osteen 20
ERA: Tiant 1.91, Perry 1.92, Carlton 1.97, Nolan 1.99, Hunter 2.04, Palmer 2.07, Nelson 2.08, Sutton 2.08, Paul 2.17, Ryan 2.28
​Strikeouts: Ryan 329, Carlton 310, Lolich 250, Seaver 249, Perry 234, Blyleven 228, Coleman 222, Bradley 209, Gibson 208, Sutton 207


The 1973 Season Set

The complete 24 team season set with 872 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The NL East produced one of the greatest and strangest pennant races ever as 5 of the 6 teams in the division battled it out, with the Mets prevailing, but finishing with an 82-79 record, just 3 games above .500.  Four teams in the NL East had as many wins, but only the Dodgers hung around to the end as the Reds won their 3rd division title in the past 4 years.  But they lost to the Mets in the NLCS, who then lost to the mighty Oakland A's from the AL, in the middle of 3 straight World Series Championships.  They beat Baltimore in the ALCS, who won their 4th Division title in the past 5 years quite handily.

AL Awards:  MVP: Reggie Jackson / Batting: Rod Carew .350 / Homeruns:  Reggie Jackson 32, Jeff Burroughs 30, Frank Robinson 30, Sal Bando 29 
SB: Tommy Harper 54, Billy North 53, Dave Nelson 43, Rod Carew 41 / CYA: Jim Palmer / Wins: Wilbur Wood 24, Joe Coleman 23, Jim Palmer 22, Ken Holtzman 21, Catfish Hunter 21, Nolan Ryan 21 / ERA: Jim Palmer 2.40 / K's: Nolan Ryan 383 / ROY: Al Bumbry
NL Awards: MVP: Pete Rose / Batting: Pete Rose .338, Cesar Cedeno .320, Garry Maddox .319, Tony Perez .314 / Homeruns: Willie Stargell, Davey Johnson 43, Darrell Evans 41, Hank Aaron 40, Bobby Bonds 39 / SB: Lou Brock 70, Joe Morgan 67, Cesar Cedeno 56, Bobby Bonds 43 / CYA:  Tom Seaver / Wins: Ron Bryant 24
ERA: Tom Seaver 2.08 / K's: Tom Seaver 251 / ROY: Gary Matthews .300


The 1974 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 880 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The A's concluded their 3-peat beating the Dodgers in the World Series.  The division races were quite good as the Pirates edged the Cardinals in the NL East, the Dodgers nipped the Reds in the West, the O's squeaked past the Yankees in the AL East, and Oakland topped an upstart Texas Rangers squad in the West.  Almost all HOFers led the major categories.  Jeff Burroughs was AL MVP and Catfish Hunter was AL CYA.  In the NL Steve Garvey captured the MVP and team mate Mike Marshall the CYA.
Batting: Carew .364, Garr .353, Oliver .321, Orta .316, Gross .314, Buckner .314, Madlock .313, Zisk .313, Garvey .312, McRae .310
Homeruns: Schmidt 36, Bench 33, Allen 32, Wynn 32, Jackson 29, Perez 28, Tenace 26, Cedeno 26, Evans 25, Darwin 25, Burroughs 25, Stargell 25
SB: Brock 118, Lopes 59, Morgan 58, Cedeno 57, North 54, Lintz 50, Concepcion 41, Bonds 41, Bowa 39, Carew 38
ERA: Capra 2.28, Niekro 2.38, Mack 2.41, Marshall 2.42, Hunter 2.49, Perry 2.51, Messersmith 2.59, Hassler 2.61, Blyleven 2.66, McGlothen 2.69
Wins: Jenkins 25, Hunter 25, Busby 22, Cuellar 22, Tiant 22, Ryan 22, Kaat 21, Perry 21, Wood 20, Niekro 20, Messersmith 20
K's: Ryan 367, Blyleven 249, Carlton 240, Jenkins 225, Messersmith 221, Perry 216, Lolich 202, Seaver 201, Busby 198, Mack 195, Niekro 195

The 1975 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 880 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Big Red Machine led by Bench, Morgan, Rose, Concepcion, Perez, and Griffey.  And most of all, Sparky Anderson.  It was the first of back to back dominations of baseball with MVP Joe Morgan.  Tom Seaver of the Mets on the Cy Young in the NL and John Montefusco was ROY.  In the NL the MVP and ROY Fred Lynn took the Red Sox to the Series, only to be derailed by Cinci.  Jim Palmer won the Cy.
Batting: Carew .359, Madlock .354, Simmons .332, Lynn .331, Sanguillen .328, Morgan .327, Watson .324, Garvey .319, Munson .318, Joshua .318
Homeruns: Schmidt 38, Jackson 36, Kingman 36, Scott 36, Mayberry 34, Luzinski 34, Bonds 32, Burroughs 29, Tenace 29, Bench 28
SB: Lopes 77, Rivers 70, Morgan 67, Brock 56, Cedeno 50, C.Washington 40, Otis 39, Carew 35, Remy 34, Cardenal 34
Wins: Hunter 23, Palmer 23, Seaver 22, Blue 22, Torrez 20, Kaat 20, R.Jones 20, Messersmith 19, Wise 19
ERA: Palmer 2.09, R.Jones 2.24, Messersmith 2.29, Seaver 2.38, Reuss 2.54, Hunter 2.58, Eckersley 2.60, Tanana 2.62, Forsch 2.86, Sutton 2.87
K's: Tanana 269, Seaver 243, Perry 233, Blyleven 233, Montefusco 215, Messersmith 213, Palmer 193, Carlton 192, Blue 189, Ryan 186



The 1976 Season Set
The complete 24 team season set with 874 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: The Big Red Machine in Cinci winning its second straight Championship led by MVP Joe Morgan.  It was the Year of the Bird, Mark Fidrych, leading the majors in ERA, headlines, and attendance.  Lou Brock grabbed his share of ink as well with 118 stolen bases, eclipsing the record set by Maury Wills back in 1962.  The Yankees finally got back to the top of the AL after a 12 year absence from the Fall Classic.
Batting Average: Madlock .339, Griffey Sr. .336, Brett .333, McRae .332, Carew .331, G.Maddox .330, Rose .323, Bostock .323, Morgan .320, Garvey .317
Home Runs: Schmidt 38, Kingman 37, Nettles 32, Monday 32, Foster 29, Morgan 27, Bando 27, R.Jackson 27, May • BAL 25, Rice 25, Hendrick 25
​Stolen Bases: North 75, Lopes 63,  Morgan 60, Taveras 58, LeFlore 58, Cedeno 58, Brock 56, Campaneris 54, Baylor 52, Patek 51
​Wins: Palmer 22, R.Jones 22, Koosman 21, Tiant 21, Sutton 21, J.R.Richard 20, Garland 20, Carlton 20, Tanana 19, Figueroa 19, Fidrych 19
​ERA: Fidrych 2.34, Blue 2.35, Tanana 2.43, Torrez 2.50, Palmer 2.51, J.Denny 2.52, Rau 2.57, Seaver 2.59, Garland 2.67, Koosman 2.69
​Strikeouts: Ryan 327, Tanana 261, Seaver 235, Blyleven 219, J.R.Richard 214, Koosman 200, Eckersley 200, Carlton 195, P.Niekro 173, Hunter 173


The 1977 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 958 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: The first of back to back Yankee championships, Rod Carew flirting with .400, George Foster blasting 52, KC winning 102 and Philly 101, only to lose to the Yankees and Dodgers in the League Championships ... and to top it off in the World Series, Reggie Jackson hitting 3 homeruns on 3 pitches in Game 6 to win it all !!!

Batting Average: Carew .388, Parker .338, Bostock .336, Singleton .328, Stennett .336, Rivers .326, LeFlore .325, Templeton .322, Foster .320, Rice .320
Home Runs: Foster 52, Burroughs 41, Luzinski 39, Rice 39, Schmidt 38, Bonds 37, Nettles 37, Scott 33, Garvey 33, Reggie Jackson 32, Reggie Smith 32
​Stolen Bases: Taveras 70, Cedeno 61, Richards 56, Patek 53, Moreno 53, Morgan 49, Lopes 47, Cruz 44, Cabell 42, Page 42
​Wins: Carlton 23, Seaver 21, Goltz 20, Candelaria 20, Palmer 20, Leonard 20, Forsch 20, Reuschel 20, John 20, Ryan 19, Christenson 19
​ERA: Candelaria 2.34, Tanana 2.54, Seaver 2.58, Hooton 2.62, Carlton 2.64, Blyleven 2.72, Ryan 2.77, John 2.78, Reuschel 2.79, Guidry 2.82
​Strikeouts: Ryan 341, Joe Niekro 262, Leonard 244, Richard 214, Rogers 206, Tanana 205, Carlton 198, Seaver 196, Palmer 193, Koosman 192

The 1978 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 910 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: Bucky Dent's name was immortalized in the one game playoff for the AL East as the Yankees beat the Red Sox, and then went on to beat KC in the ALCS and the Dodgers for the World Championship.  The Royals had to stave off the Angels and the Rangers for the West title.  In the NL, 2 great races as LA edged Cinci and Philly nudged out Pittsburgh.  Overall, 4 very exciting pennant races.
AL Awards:  MVP: Jim Rice   CYA: Ron Guidry  /  Batting: Rod Carew .333, Al Oliver .324, Jim Rice .315, Lou Piniella .314, Ben Ogilvie .303, Leon Roberts .301
Homeruns:  Jim Rice 46, Larry Hisle 34, Don Baylor 34, Andre Thornton 33, Gorman Thomas 32, Bobby Bonds 31, Rico Carty 31  /  SB: Ron LeFlore 68, Julio Cruz 59, Bump Wills 52, Miguel Dilone 50  /  Wins: Ron Guidry 25, Mike Caldwell 22, Jim Palmer 21, Dennis Leonard 21, Dennis Eckersley 20, Mike Figueroa 20
ERA: Ron Guidry 1.74, Jon Matlack 2.27, Mike Caldwell 2.36, Jim Palmer 2.46  /  K's: Nolan Ryan 260, Ron Guidry 248
NL Awards:  MVP: Dave Parker   CYA:  Gaylord Perry  /  Batting: Dave Parker .334, Steve Garvey .316, Jose Cruz .315, Bill Madlock .309, Dave Winfield .308, Gene Richards .308  /  Homeruns: George Foster 40, Greg Luzinski 35, Dave parker 30, Reggie Smith 29, Willie Stargell 28, Dave Kingman 28  /  SB: Omar Moreno 71, Frank Taveras 46, Dave Lopes 45, Ivan de Jesus 41, Ozzie Smith 40  /  Wins: Gaylord Perry 24, Ross Grimsley 20  /  ERA: Craig Swan 2.43, Steve Rogers 2.47, Pete Vuckovich 2.54  /  K's: J.R. Richard 303, Joe Niekro 248, Tom Seaver 226ROY: Bob Horner .266


The 1979 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 930 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: We Are Family was the back drop to the Pirates World Series win over, as Pops Stargell bested the Ken Singleton led Orioles in the Fall Classic.
Batting Average: K.Hernandez stl .344, Lynn bos .333, Rose phi .331, Brett kcr .329, Downing cal .326, Rice bos .325, Oliver tex .323, Molitor mil .322
Homeruns: Kingman chc 48, Thomas mil 45, Schmidt phi 45, Rice bos 39, Lynn bos 39, Baylor cal 36, Singleton bal 35, Winfield sdp 34, Horner atl 33, Stargell pit 32
Stolen Bases: Wilson kcr 83, LeFlore det 78, Moreno pit 77, North sfg 58, Cruz sea 49, Taveras 44, Lopes lad 44, Scott mon 39
Wins: Flanagan bal 23, J.Niekro hou & P.Niekro atl 21, John nyy 21, Koosman min 20, Guidry nyy 18, Carlton phi 18, Richard hou 18, Reuschel chc 18
Strikeouts: Richard hou 313, Ryan cal 223, Carlton phi 213, P.Niekro atl 208, Guidry nyy 201
ERA: Richard hou 2.71, Hume cin 2.76, Guidry nyy 2.78, Schatzeder mon 2.83, John nyy 2.96, Hooton lad 2.97, Eckersley bos 2.99, Rogers mon 3.00


The 1980 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 942 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: George Brett's magnificent run at .400 and leading the Royals to the World Series.  The Phillies and NL MVP Mike Schmidt however, got the better of them in 6 games.  Schmidt hit .381 in the Fall Classic and was the MVP there as well, while NL Cy Young Award winner Steve Carlton won 2 games.  Both NL Division races were fabulous as Philly edged the Expos in a Montreal heartbreaker by one game, and the Astros edged the Dodgers by a game in the West, with Cinci just 3.5 back.  While KC took the AL West in a cake walk, the Yankees and Orioles battled it out to the last week of the season with NY prevailing by 3 games.
Average: Brett KC .390, Cooper Mil .352, Dilone Cle .341, Rivers Tex .333, Carew Cal .331, Bell Tex .329, Wilson KC .326, Buckner Chc .324, Hernandez Stl 321

HR: Schmidt Phi 48, Oglivie Mil & Reggie Nyy 41, Thomas Mil 38, Horner Atl & Armas Oak 35, Murphy Atl 33, Murray Bal 32, Mayberry Tor 30, Carter Mon & Baker LA 29
SB: Henderson Oak 100, Leflore Mon 97, Moreno Pit 96, Collins Cin 79, Wilson KC 79, Scott Mon 63, Dilone Cle 61, Richards SD 61, Smith SD 57, Mumphrey SD 52
Wins: Stone Bal 25, Carlton Phi 24, Norris Oak 22, John Nyy 22, Mcgregor Bal 20, Leonard KC 20, Niekro Hou 20, Langford Oak 19, Bibby Pit 19, Barker Cle 19
K's: Carlton Phi 286, Ryan Hou 200, Barker Cle 187, Soto Cin 182, Norris Oak 180, Niekro Atl 176, Blyleven Pit 168, Guidry Nyy 166, Leonard KC 155, Bannister Sea 155
ERA: Sutton LA 2.20, Carlton Phi 2.34, May Nyy 2.46, Reuss LA 2.51, Norris Oak 2.53, Burns Chw 2.84, Keough Oak 2.92, Gura KC 2.95, Blue SF 2.97, Rogers Mon 2.98

The 1981 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 912 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: Two seasons in one due a a labor dispute, baseball had its first Division Series.  When the dust finally settled it was the Dodgers and Yankees, two ancient rivals, battling it out for the World Championship.  LA prevailed in 6 games as Fernando Mania started to take hold of Hollywood.  Valenzuala was a 20 year old phenom posting 3 wins in the post season to go along with his 13 wins in the strike shortened season as he captured the imagination of baseball fans everywhere.
Ave: Madlock pit. 341, Lansford bos .336, Paciorek sea .326, Rose phi .325, Gibson det .328, Baker lad .320, Cooper mil .320, Henderson oak .319, Hargrove cle .317, Schmidt phi .316
HR: Schmidt PHI 31, Dawson MON 24, Grich CAL 22, Kingman NYM 22, Armas OAK 22, Murray BAL 22, Evans BOS 22, Foster CIN 22, Luzinski CHW 21, Thomas MIL 21
SB: Raines MON 71, Henderson OAK 56, Cruz SEA 43, Moreno PIT 39, LeFlore CHW 36, Wilson KCR 34, Scott MON 30, Dilone CLE 29, Collins CIN 26, North SFG 26, Dawson MON 26
Wins: Martinez BAL 14, McCatty OAK 14, Seaver CIN 14, Vuckovich MIL 14, Morris DET 14, Valenzuela LAD 13, Carlton PHI 13, Leonard KCR 13, McGregor BAL 13

ERA: Ryan HOU 1.69, Righetti NYY 2.05, Knepper HOU 2.18, Hooton LAD 2.28, Reuss  LAD 2.30, Stewart BAL 2.32, McCatty OAK 2.33, Lamp CHW 2.41, Carlton PHI 2.42, Blue SFG 
K's:  Valenzuela LAD 180,  Carlton PHI 179, Soto CIN 151,  Ryan HOU 140, Barker CLE 127, Gullickson MON 115, Burns CHW 108, Blyleven CLE 107, Leonard  KCR 107, Berenyi CIN


The 1982 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 966 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: The Milwaukee Brewers win their first and only pennant behind MVP Robin Yount and Cy Young winner Pete Vuckovich.  Harvey's Wallbangers featured HR king Gorman Thomas.  The 2 division races in the NL were tight as the Cardinals edged Philly and Montreal in the East while the Braves, behind MVP Dale Murphy eeked past LA and SF by 1 and 2 games.  St. Louis prevailed in an exciting 7 game World Series for their 10th World Championship.  They had speed to burn leading the league with 200 steals, 35 more than the next closest team.  Rickey Henderson though stole the show with a record setting 130 swipes in Oakland.

Batting Ave: Wilson  .332, Yount  .331, Oliver  .331, Carew  .319, Madlock  .319, Murray  .316, Cooper  .313, Durham  .312, Garcia  .310,  Rice  .309
HR: Thomas 39, Jackson 39,  Winfield 37, Kingman 37, Murphy 36, Schmidt 35, Oglivie 34, Cooper, Lance Parrish, Thornton,  Guerrero, Dw.Evans, Murray, Horner (32)
SB: Henderson  130, Raines  78, Smith  68, Moreno  60, Wilson  58, Garcia  54, Sax  49, Cruz  46, Dernier  42, Moli  41
Wins: Carlton  23, Hoyt  19, Rogers  19, Valenzuela  19, Vuckovich  18, Gura  18, Reuss  18, Zahn  18, Morris  17, dwell  17, Niekro  17, Niekro  17, Stieb  17, Sutton  17
ERA: Rogers  2.40, Niekro  2.47, Andujar  2.47, Soto  2.79, Valenzuela  2.87, Candelaria  2.94, Sutcliffe  2.96, Sutton  3.06, Stanley  3.10, Carlton  3.10
Strikeouts: Carlton  286, Soto  274, Ryan  245, Bannister  209, Valenzuela  199, Barker  187, Rogers  179, Welch  176, Sutton  175, Robinson  165



The 1983 Season Set

The complete 26 team season set with 918 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: MVP Cal Ripken led the Orioles to their first World Series win since 1970, defeating Mike Schmidt and the Phillies in 5 games in the World Series.
Batting Average: Boggs • BOS .361, Carew • CAL .339, Madlock • PIT .323, L.Smith • STL .321, Whitaker • DET .320, Trammell • DET .319, Ripken • BAL .318
​Home Runs: Schmidt PHI 40, Rice BOS 39, Armas BOS 36, Murphy ATL 36, Kittle chw 35, Murray bal 33, Dawson mon, Luzinski chw, Guerrero lad, Winfield nyy ... all 32
​Stolen Bases: Henderson • OAK 108, Raines • MON 90, Law • CHW 77, Wiggins • SDP 66, Wilson • KCR 59, Cruz • 57. Sax • LAD 56, Wilson • NYM 54, Sample • TEX 44
Wins:  Hoyt • CHW 24, Dotson • CHW 22, Guidry • NYY 21, Morris • DET 20, Denny • PHI 19, Petry • DET 19, McGregor • BAL 18
ERA: Hammaker • SFG 2.25, Denny • PHI 2.37, Welch • LAD 2.65, Soto • CIN 2.70, Pena • LAD 2.75, Boddicker • BAL 2.77, Reuss • LAD 2.94, Ryan • HOU 2.98
​Strikeouts: Carlton • PHI 275, Soto • CIN 242, Morris • DET 232, McWilliams • PIT 199, Bannister • CHW 193, Valenzuela • LAD 189, Stieb • TOR 187, Ryan • HOU 183


The 1984 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 966 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: 35 and 5 was the opening season drive as Sparky Anderson guided the Tigers to their first pennant and World Series title since '68.   They beat Royals in the ALCS who edged the Twins and Angels by 3 games each in a tight West race.  HOFers Alan Trammel and Jack Morris led the way as they beat the the Padres in the Fall Classic.  The Cubs beat out the Mets in a good NL East race but the North Siders then lost a heart breaker to SD in the NLCS.
Average: Gwynn SDP .351, Mattingly NYY .343, Winfield NYY .340, Boggs BOS .325, Lacy PIT .321, Bell TEX .315, Davis SFG .315, Sandberg CHC .314, Trammell DET .314
HR: Armas BOS 43, Murphy ATL 36, Schmidt PHI 36, Kingman OAK 35, Thornton CLE 33, Murphy OAK 33, Parrish DET 33, Brunansky MIN 32, Kittle CHW 32, Evans BOS 32
SB: Raines MON 75, Samuel PHI 72, Wiggins SDP 70, Henderson OAK 66, Collins TOR 60, Butler CLE 52, Smith STL 50, Hayes PHI 48, Pettis CAL 48, Redus CIN 48
ERA: Pena LAD 2.48, Gooden NYM 2.60, Hershiser LAD 2.66, Rhoden & Candelaria PIT 2.72, Boddicker BAL 2.79, Stieb TOR 2.83, Honeycutt LAD 2.84, Blyleven CLE 2.87
Wins: Sutcliffe 2TM 20, Andujar STL 20, Boddicker BAL 20, Morris DET 19, Blyleven CLE 19, Viola MIN 18, Petry DET 18, Soto CIN 18, Langston SEA, Gooden NYM 17
K's: Gooden NYM 276, Valenzuela LAD 240, Sutcliffe 2TM 213, Langston SEA 204, Stieb TOR 198, Ryan HOU 197, Witt CAL 196, Soto CIN 185, Blyleven CLE 170, Hough TEX 164


The 1985 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 958 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: The running Redbirds from St. Louis as Vince Coleman and company swiped 314 bases, 152 more than the next nearest team, and they ran all the way to the World Series.  However, it was there that they ran into George Brett and the KC Royals.  After nudging the Angels by a game in the West, they faced the Blue Jays who had squeaked past the Yankees by 2 games in the East.  Down 3-1 in the ALCS the Royals broke Canda's hearts winning 3 in a row, and then went on to win the Fall Classic in a 7 game tussle.  George Brett capped off an incredible season hitting .360 in the 14 playoff games as they won their first Championship in franchise history.

Ave: Boggs BOS .368, McGee STL .353, Brett KCR .335, Mattingly NYY .324, Guerrero LAD & Raines MON .320, Gwynn SDP .317, Henderson NYY .314, Parker CIN .312, Butler CLE
HR: Evans DET 40, Murphy ATL 37, Fisk CHW 37, Balboni KCR 36, Mattingly NYY 35, Parker CIN 34, Guerrero LAD 33, Schmidt PHI 33, Thomas SEA 32, Carter NYM 32
SB: Coleman STL 110, Henderson NYY 80, Raines MON 70, McGee STL & Pettis CAL 56, Sandberg CHC 54, Samuel PHI 53, Smith 2TM 52, Redus CIN 48, Lopes CHC & Butler CLE 47
ERA: Gooden NYM 1.53, Tudor STL 1.93, Hershiser LAD 2.03, Reuschel PIT 2.27, Welch LAD 2.31, Valenzuela LAD 2.45, Stieb TOR 2.48, Leibrandt KCR 2.69, Fernandez NYM 2.80
Wins: Gooden NYM 24, Guidry NYY 22, Andujar STL 21, Tudor STL 21, Saberhagen KCR 20, Browning CIN 20, Hershiser LAD 19, Cox, B.Smith, Hawkins, Viola, Scott, & Burns 18
 K: Gooden NYM 268, Soto CIN 214, Ryan HOU 209, Valenzuela LAD 208, Blyleven 2TM 206, Bannister CHW 198, Morris DET 191, Hurst BOS 189, Fernandez NYM 180, Witt CAL 180


The 1986 Season Set
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he complete 26 team season set with 990 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry, and the New York Mets fashioning out a great 108 win season and then beating Astros in the NLCS and then the Red Sox (curses) in the Series.  Roger Clemens had one of his great seasons just missing the Triple Crown of Pitching by 7 strikeouts.
Batting Average: Boggs .357, Mattingly .352, Raines .334, Sax .332, Gwynn .329, Puckett .328, Tabler 326, Rice .324, Yount .312, Bass .311
​Home Runs: Barfield 40, Schmidt 37, Kingman 35, Gaetti 34, Deer 33, Canseco 33, Davis 31, Bell 31, Puckett 31, Mattingly 31, Parker 31, Baylor 31
​Stolen Bases: Coleman 107, Henderson 87, Davis 80, Raines 70, Pettis 50, Cangelosi 50, Duncan 48, Doran 42, Samuel 42, Sax 40
Wins:  Clemens 24, Valenzuela 21, Morris 21, Higuera 20, Krukow 20, Ojeda 18, Scott 18, Rasmussen 18, Witt 18, Blyleven, Gooden, Knepper, Hough, Mccaskill (17) 
ERA: Scott 2.22, Clemens 2.48, Ojeda 2.57, Higuera 2.79, Darling 2.81, Rhoden 2.84, Witt 2.84, Gooden 2.84, Cox 2.90, Tudor 2.92
​Strikeouts: Scott 306, Langston 245, Valenzuela 242, Clemens 238, Morris 223, Blyleven 215, Witt 208, Higuera 207, Youmans 202, Mccaskill 202


The 1987 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 1,006 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: Three great division races and then the Twins upsetting the Tigers in the ALCS, and the Cardinals in the World Series.  Hrbek, Brunansky, and Gaetti each with 30+ homers, and Puckett with 28 and a .332 average led them. Blyleven and Viola were the mainstays in the rotation, while Reardon kept saving the day.  Rookie Mark McGwire broke the rookie homerun record with 49.
Batting Average: Gwynn .370, Boggs .363, Molitor .353, Trammell .343, Guerrero .338, Puckett .332, Raines 330, Mattingly .327, Seitzer .323, Fernandez .322
​Home Runs: Dawson 49, McGwire 49, G.Bell 47, Murphy 44, Strawberry 39, E.Davis 37, Johnson 36, W.Clark 35, J.Clark 35, Schmidt 35
​Stolen Bases: Coleman 109, Reynolds 60, Wilson 59, Gwynn 56, Hatcher 53, Redus 52, Raines 50, E.Davis 50, Thompson 46, Molitor 45
Wins:  Stewart 20, Clemens 20, Langston 19, Saberhagen 18, Morris 18, Higuera 18, Sutcliffe 18, Hough 18, Terrell 17, Key 17, Rawley 17, Viola 17
ERA: Key 2.76, Ryan 2.76, Viola 2.90, Clemens 2.97, Alexander 3.01, Dunne 3.03, Hershiser 3.06, Reuschel 3.09, Gooden 3.21, Welch 3.22
​Strikeouts:  Ryan 270, Langston 262, Clemens 256, Higuera 240, Scott 233, gh 223, Morris 208, Stewart 205, Viola 197, Welch 196, Blyleven 196


The 1988 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 990 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock.
Featuring: The Red Sox edged out 4 other contenders in the AL East's tremendous race, only to get swept by the mighty A's in the ALCS.  Jose Canseco became baseball's first 40-40 player winning the MVP.  However, they lost the Series to the Dodgers in 5 games as Kirk Gibson, NL MVP, hobbled to the plate pinch hitting on one leg in Game 1 and crashed an epic walk off homerun off  Dennis Eckersly, in one of the Fall Classic's greatest moments.

Ave: Boggs BOS .366, Puckett MIN .356, Greenwell BOS .325, Winfield NYY .322, Gwynn SDP .313, Molitor MIL & Hrbek MIN .312, Trammell DET & Mattingly NYY .311, Palmeiro CHC
HR: Canseco OAK 42, Strawberry NYM 39, McGriff TOR 34, McGwire OAK 32, Davis HOU 30, Galarraga MON 29, Clark SFG 29, Murray BAL & Gaetti MIN 28
SB: Henderson NYY 93, Coleman STL 81, Young HOU 65, Smith STL 57, Nixon MON 46, Sabo CIN 46, Pettis DET 44, Butler SFG 43, Sax LAD 42, McGee STL 41, Molitor MIL 41
ERA: Magrane STL 2.18, Cone NYM 2.22, Hershiser LAD 2.26, Tudor 2TM 2.32, Rijo CIN 2.39, Perez MON 2.44, Robinson SFG, Anderson MIN & Higuera MIL 2.45, Viola MIN 2.64
W: Viola MIN 24, Jackson CIN & Hershiser LAD 23, Stewart OAK 21, Gubicza KCR 20, Cone NYM 20, Reuschel SFG 19, Maddux CHC 18, Clemens BOS 18, Gooden NYM 18 & 3 more
K: Clemens BOS 291, Langston SEA 235, Ryan HOU 228, Cone NYM 213, DeLeon STL 208, Viola MIN 193, Higuera MIL 192, Stewart OAK 192, Scott HOU 190, Fernandez NYM 189


The 1989 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 984 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring:  Four great division races where only the winner made the playoffs, and saw the Giants beat the Cubs in the NL, and the A's beat the Jays in the AL.  

Homeruns:  Kevin Mitchell 47, Fred McGriff 36, Howard Johnson 36, Joe Carter 35, Eric Davis 34, Glenn Davis 34, McGwire 33, Bo Jackson 32

Average:  Puckett .330, Gwynn .336, Lansford .336, Jack Clark .333, Boggs, .330, Young .318, Franco, .316, Molitor, 315

SB's: Henderson 77, Coleman, 65, Espy, 45, Devon White 44, Pettis 43, Sax 43, Alomas 42, Samuel 42, Raines 41, Johnson 41

Wins: Saberhangen, 23, Stewart, 221, Scott 20, Moore 19, Maddux 19, Davis 19, Bielecki 18, Magrane 18, Ballard 18, Stieb 17


The 1990 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 1000+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: The Reds get back to the top of the heap with a World Series win over the Athletics.  Eric Davis led the way over the vaunted A's and the Bash Brothers McGwire and Canseco.  The AL East had the most interesting race as the upstart Blue Jays made a run but fell 2 games short of the Red Sox, but it would be the last time they fell short for the next 2 seasons.
HR: Fielder DET 51, Sandberg CHC 40, McGwire OAK 39, Strawberry NYM, Canseco OAK 37, McGriff TOR, Mitchell SFG 35, Bonds PIT, Williams SFG 33, Bonilla PIT, Gant ATL 32
SB: Coleman STL 77, Henderson OAK 65, Yelding HOU 64, Bonds PIT 52, Butler SFG 51, Nixon MON 50, Raines MON 49, Roberts SDP 46, Sax NYY 43, DeShields MON, Kelly NYY 42
ERA: Clemens BOS 1.93, Darwin HOU 2.21, Finley CAL 2.40, Smith  2.55, Stewart OAK 2.56, Whitson SDP 2.60, Viola NYM 2.67, Rijo CIN 2.70, Drabek PIT 2.76, Appier KCR 2.76
W: Welch OAK 27, Drabek PIT 22, Stewart OAK 22, Clemens BOS 21, Viola NYM 20, Martinez LAD 20, Gooden NYM 19, Stieb TOR 18, Finley CAL 18, Hanson SEA 18
K: Cone NYM 233, Ryan TEX 232, Gooden NYM 223, Martinez LAD 223, Witt TEX 221, Hanson SEA 211, Clemens BOS 209, Langston CAL 195, Johnson SEA 194, Viola NYM 182


The 1991 Season Set
The complete 26 team season set with 1000+ batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring: Jack Morris proves his HOF worthiness with a game for the ages in Game 7 of the World Series.  He went all 10 innings in a 1-0 win over the Braves as the Twins steal one for the great Atlanta teams of the 90's.  That capped a 4-0 post-season for Morris.  The Twins beat the Blue Jays in the ALCS while the Braves beat the Pirates after an exciting down to the wire win in the West over the Dodgers by one game.  AL MVP Cal Ripken, CY Roger Clemens, ROY Chuck Knoblauch ... NL MVP Terry Pendleton, CY Tom Glavine, ROY Jeff Bagwell
Ave: Franco • TEX  .341, Boggs • BOS .332, Randolph • MIL, Griffey • SEA .327, Molitor • MIL .325, Ripken • BAL .323, Palmeiro • TEX .322, Puckett • MIN .319, Pendleton • ATL .319
HR: Fielder • DET, Canseco • OAK 44, Johnson • NYM 38, Williams • SFG, Ripken • BAL 34, Carter • TOR 33, Thomas • CHW, Gant • ATL 32, Tettleton, McGriff, Tartabll, Dawson 31
SB: Grissom • MON 76, Nixon • ATL 72, Henderson • OAK 58, DeShields • MON 56, Alomar • TOR 53, Raines • CHW 51, Polonia • CAL 48, Lankford • STL 44, Bonds • PIT 43, Cuyler
ERA: Martinez • MON 2.39, Rijo • CIN 2.51, Glavine • ATL 2.55, Clemens • BOS, Belcher • LAD 2.62, Candiotti 2.65, Harnisch • HOU 2.70, DeLeon • STL 2.71, Morgan • LAD 2.78
W: Erickson • MIN 20, Gullickson • DET 20, Glavine • ATL 20, Smiley • PIT 20, Langston • CAL 19, Abbott • CAL 18, Finley • CAL 18, Avery • ATL 18, Morris • MIN 18, Clemens • BOS 18
K: Cone • NYM, Clemens • BOS 241, Johnson • SEA 228, Ryan • TEX 203, Maddux • CHC 198, Glavine • ATL 192, McDowell • CHW 191, Langston • CAL 183, Rijo • CIN, Harnisch 172


The 1993 Season Set
The complete 28 team season set with 1146 batter and pitcher cards printed on HQ cardstock
Featuring:  The Blue Jays won their 2nd straight World Series, this time over the Phillies who were given a run the Expos which could have set up the all Canadian championships, but not to be.  The NL West also had a great race as the Giants were edged out by the new powerhouse Braves squad.
Homeruns: J.Gonzalez 46, Bonds 46, Griffey 45, F.Thomas 41, Justice 40, M.Williams 38, Belle 38, Palmeiro 37, McGriff 37, Gant 36
Average: Galarraga .370, Olerud .363, Gwynn .358, Jefferies .342, Bonds .336, Molitor .332, Alomar 326, Lofton .325, Grace .325, Baerga .321
SB's: Lofton 70, Carr 58, Alomar 55, Polonia 55, R.Henderson 53, Grissom 53, Curtis 48, Nixon 47, Jefferies 46, Lewis 46
Wins: J.McDowell 22, Burkett 22, Glavine 22, Swift 21, Maddux 20, R.Johnson 19, Hentgen 19, Appier 18, Avery 18, A.Fernandez 18, Key 18, Portugal 18

ERA: Maddux 2.36, Rijo 2.48, Appier 2.56, Portugal 2.77, Swift 2.82, Avery 2.94, Alvarez 2.95, Harnisch 2.8, Key 3.00, Candiotti 3.12

Strikeouts: R.Johnson 308, Rijo 227, Smoltz 208, Maddux 197, Langston 196, Guzman 194, Cone 191, Finley 187, Schilling 186, Appier 186


The 2004 Season Set

The complete 30 team season set with 1174 batter and pitcher cards ... at least 36 cards per team
Featuring: The Red Sox first World Series win since the Curse of Ruth in 1919 ... Big Papi and Manny Ramirez lead the offense, while Curt Schilling and Pedro Martinez are the pitching aces ... down 3-0 to the Yankees in the ALCS and suffering a humilating Game 3 defeat by a 19-8 score, they reeled off 8 straight wins, sweeping the Cardinals along the way.  Ichiro with 262 hits and a .372 average, Bonds with an .812 slugging average, and Beltre's 48 homeruns led the hitters.  Schilling, Santana, and Oswalt all won at least 20 games, while Mariano Rivera led the majors with 53 saves.  Randy Johnson struck out 290 hitters, and Jake Peavy led in ERA.

The 2016 Season Set

The complete 30 team season set with 1280 batter and pitcher cards printed, and all the players on PDF too

Featuring the Cubs epic victory over the Indians in the World Series.