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Old 04-27-2015, 12:52 PM
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Default Topps trivia (league leader edition)

Topps issued league leader cards from 1961 to 1984.

RULES: These questions will relate to those cards and players who had a base card at least 5 times in those years. Appearing on the front of the card counts, they didn't have to be THE leader.

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1. Who has the most HR's and never appeared on any leader card? Second most?

2. Which members (see rules above) of the 3000 hit club never appeared on any leader card?

3. Which members (see rules above) of the 3000 strikeouts club never appeared on any leader card?

4. Which HoFers (see rules above) never appeared on any leader card?
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Topps issued league leader cards from 1961 to 1984.

RULES: These questions will relate to those cards and players who had a base card at least 5 times in those years. Appearing on the front of the card counts, they didn't have to be THE leader.

Answer what you can. No searches other than your collection.

1. Who has the most HR's and never appeared on any leader card? Second most?

2. Which members (see rules above) of the 3000 hit club never appeared on any leader card?

3. Which members (see rules above) of the 3000 strikeouts club never appeared on any leader card?

4. Which HoFers (see rules above) never appeared on any leader card?

1. Hank Aaron
2. Eddie Murray
3. Gaylord Perry
4. Yount, Clemente, Winfield
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I'm sure Hammerin' Hank was on the 1972 HR Leaders card, so he's out.
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How about Frank Robinson?
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Frank won the Triple Crown in 1966, so he's gonna be on a few.

Robin Yount was a 3000 hit man and HOF who I believe was not on a LL card.
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How about P.Niekro and Mazeroski for #4
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Molitor and Brock were 3000 hit men and HOFers who I believe were not on a LL card.
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I think Brock was on a Stolen Bases LL card(s).


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I don't think Al Kaline ever appeared on a leader card.


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I think maybe molitor and yount?
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Could be wrong but I felt like Kaline was on a 68 leader card
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Hank Aaron, Eddie Murray (81), G. Perry, Clemente, Winfield, Sutton, P. Niekro, Kaline, Brock, and F. Robinson have all appeared on a leader card.

Molitor and Yount qualify for #2 and 4. Mazeroski for #4.

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I'll go with Bert Blyleven for #3

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How about Duke Snider for HRs . Don't believe he appeared on any leaders from 61-64 . Still thinking on the other answers .Brett
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Frank won the Triple Crown in 1966, so he's gonna be on a few.

Robin Yount was a 3000 hit man and HOF who I believe was not on a LL card.
LOL - yep I guess a triple crown would do it. Funny how you can forget tiny details like that sometimes!!
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#1 - I'll go with Yogi Berra, Boog Powell
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Stan Musial, Early Wynn

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Default Topps trivia (league leader edition)

Snider, Musial, and Wynn did not have 5 base cards from 1961 on.

1. Dawson 438
Darrell Evans 414

2. Molitor
Yount

3. All 3000 strikeout pitchers appeared on a leader card.

4. Berra
Aparicio
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N. Fox
Yount
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G. Carter
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