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Old 04-14-2019, 04:25 PM
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1965 Topps and how great the Cardinals and Yankee cards looked.
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Old 04-14-2019, 05:07 PM
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My first pack was 1987-88 topps from big bear supermarket but what got me started was my neighbor who gave me a shoe box full of mid 80's topps baseball
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Old 04-14-2019, 05:50 PM
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My first baseball memory was Reggie's 3HR game in the 77 world series as a 5 year old. The next year, I got my first baseball cards and the 78 Reggie was a mythical, larger than life card that I still love to look at - even though the '80 Reggie looked very similarly. I only had a few from '79 before getting elbows deep in '80. That was the first set that I got complete. I used to play with those cards so much, the corners were rounded and they looked a bit oval.
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the 78 Reggie was a mythical, larger than life card
Close to a perfect card, with the AS logo and bended knee.

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1970 baseball.I probably purchased 20 packs over the summer.
My first packs though were 1969 football. I continued with football packs over the next few years and have many of those childhood purchases in my completed football sets from 69 to 72.
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I think it was 1967 Topps....when the bubblegum was still good with that white sugar on it. (not my card)
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1962 Topps sixth series. I was seven and my parents let me ride my bike to the Glaser drugstore a few blocks from my house. I only bought one pack - hadn't quite grasped the concept that there were other cards available. The next year I would go to the A&P grocery with my Mom. While she shopped, I sat on the floor rummaging through every last box of Jello looking for Cardinals and wondering where Stan Musial was hiding.
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