1968 Topps Baseball Card Checklist

The Topps baseball card set was released in 1968. The set consisted of 598 baseball cards and each card from the 1968 Topps 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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1968 Topps

1968 Topps Baseball Card (#1 F. Alou, R. Clemente, T. Gonzalez)
1968 Topps Baseball Card (#1 F. Alou, R. Clemente, T. Gonzalez)

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1967 NL Batting Leaders
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1967 AL Batting Leaders
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1967 NL RBI Leaders
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1967 AL RBI Leaders
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1967 NL Home Run Leaders
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1967 AL Home Run Leaders
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1967 NL ERA Leaders
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1967 AL ERA Leaders
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1967 NL Pitching Leaders
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1967 AL Pitching Leaders
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1967 NL Strikeout Leaders
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1967 AL Strikeout Leaders
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Rookie Card
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Pirates Rookies
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Rookie Card
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Checklist (#1-109)
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Rookie Card
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Braves Rookies
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Rookie Card
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Rookie Card
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Senators Rookies
97
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105
106
107
Checklist (#110-196)
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111
112
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Tigers Rookie
114
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122
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126
Rookie Card
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Astros Rookies
Alonzo Harris
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Minnesota Twins
Team Card
138
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White Sox Rookies
143
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Dave Bristol
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World Series Game 1
Brock Socks 4 Hits in Opener
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World Series Game 2
Yaz Smashes Two Homers
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World Series Game 3
Briles Cools Off Boston
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World Series Game 4
Gibson Hurls Shutout!
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World Series Game 5
Lonborg Wins Again!
156
World Series Game 6
Petrocelli Socks Two Homers
157
World Series Game 7
St Louis Wins It!
158
World Series Summary
The Cardinals Celebrate!
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162
Cardinals Rookies
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168
Los Angeles Dodgers
Team Card
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Checklist (#197-283)
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Athletics Rookies
200
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207
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209
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Yankees Rookies
215
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217
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219
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221
Atlanta Braves
Team Card
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226
227
228
Dodgers Rookies
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233
234
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236
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242
243
244
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247
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California Angels
Team Card
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Cubs Rookies
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261
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263
264
265
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267
268
269
270
271
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273
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275
276
277
278
Checklist (#284-370)
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283
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285
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287
Mickey Abarbanel
White Sox Rookies
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290
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293
294
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Twins Rookies
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Pittsburgh Pirates
Team Card
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Red Sox Rookies
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Angels Rookies
329
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333
334
Baltimore Orioles
Team Card
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348
Phillies Rookies
349
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351
352
353
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355
356
Checklist (#371-457)
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New York Mets
Team Card
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407
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409
Frank Peters
Orioles Rookies
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416
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418
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422
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424
Chicago White Sox
Team Card
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427
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429
430
431
432
Indians Rookies
433
Bob Rodgers on Card
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436
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438
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Tigers Rookies
448
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450
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Checklist (#458-533)
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Philadelphia Phillies
Team Card
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Manager's Dream
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Super Stars
491
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St. Louis Cardinals
Team Card
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Checklist (#534-598)
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Detroit Tigers
Team Card
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Bird Belters
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533
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542
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546
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Orioles Rookies
550
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552
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Oakland Athletics
Team Card
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557
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559
Pirates Rookies
560
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562
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565
566
567
568
569
NL Rookies
570
571
572
573
574
Cincinnati Reds
Team Card
575
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578
Orlando Martinez
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581
582
583
584
Larry Shepard
585
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587
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Twins Rookies
Moe Ogier
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1968 Topps


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