1986 Sportflics Decade Greats Baseball Card Checklist

The Sportflics Decade Greats baseball card set was released in 1986. The set consisted of 75 baseball cards and each card from the 1986 Sportflics Decade Greats baseball card set is listed below. Note: Baseball cards which featured a player who did not appear in a regular season game during the most recently completed season, do not link to their major league statistics.

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1986 Sportflics Decade Greats

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1 Babe Ruth
2 Jimmie Foxx
3 Lefty Grove
4 Hank Greenberg
5 Al Simmons
6 Carl Hubbell
7 Joe Cronin
8 Mel Ott
9 Lefty Gomez
10 Lou Gehrig
11 Pie Traynor
12 Charlie Gehringer
13 Bill Dickey
Mickey Cochrane
14 Dizzy Dean
Red Ruffing
Paul Derringer
15 Paul Waner
Joe Medwick
Earl Averill
16 Bob Feller
17 Lou Boudreau
18 Enos Slaughter
19 Hal Newhouser
20 Joe DiMaggio
21 Pee Wee Reese
22 Phil Rizzuto
23 Ernie Lombardi
24 Johnny Mize
Joe Gordon
George Kell
25 Ted Williams
26 Mickey Mantle
27 Warren Spahn
28 Jackie Robinson
29 Ernie Banks
30 Stan Musial
31 Yogi Berra
32 Duke Snider
33 Roy Campanella
34 Eddie Mathews
35 Ralph Kiner
36 Early Wynn
37 Nellie Fox
Luis Aparicio
38 Gil Hodges
Ted Kluszewski
Mickey Vernon
39 Bob Lemon
Don Newcombe
Robin Roberts
40 Hank Aaron
41 Fred Robinson
42 Bob Gibson
43 Roberto Clemente
44 Whitey Ford
45 Brooks Robinson
46 Juan Marichal
47 Carl Yastrzemski
48 Willie McCovey
Harmon Killebrew
Orlando Cepeda
49 Joe Torre
Elston Howard
Bill Freehan
50 Willie Mays
51 Al Kaline
Tony Oliva
Billy Williams
52 Tom Seaver
53 Reggie Jackson
54 Steve Carlton
55 Mike Schmidt
56 Joe Morgan
57 Jim Rice
58 Jim Palmer
59 Lou Brock
60 Pete Rose
61 Steve Garvey
62 Thurman Munson
Carlton Fisk
Ted Simmons
63 Vida Blue
Catfish Hunter
Nolan Ryan
64 George Brett
65 Don Mattingly
66 Fernando Valenzuela
67 Dale Murphy
68 Wade Boggs
69 Rickey Henderson
70 Eddie Murray
71 Ron Guidry
72 Gary Carter
Lance Parrish
Tony Pena
73 Cal Ripken, Jr.
Lou Whitaker
Robin Yount
74 Pedro Guerrero
Tim Raines
Dave Winfield
75 Dwight Gooden

1986 Sportflics Decade Greats

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