2022 Topps Diamond Icons: A Guide To Autograph Offerings Within The Release

2022 Topps Diamond Icons dropped on August 17th with all hits (autos, relics) and no base set. A big part of the set is the on-card autographs and the cut signatures. Today we’ll explore these options and share the checklists.

Topps 2022 Diamond Icons autographed cards

There are a number of interesting autographed offerings in the Topps 2022 Diamond Icons product. With different ink colors, limited production runs, and impressive checklists, there’s a lot to like here.

2022 Topps Diamond Icons Autographs

Consisting of 79 cards, this offering features autographs ranging from today’s biggest stars (Aaron Judge, Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani), Hall of Famers (David Ortiz, Derek Jeter, Nolan Ryan),  and other notable former players (Bo Jackson, Nomar Garciaparra, Will Clark).

As with all cards in the set, each card is limited to 25 copies or less. Parallel versions are also available, with Black (/10), Red (/5), and Gold (1/1) variations.

2022 Topps Diamond Icons “Icons of the Diamond” Autographs

New to 2022, this offering contains 45 cards, all serial-numbered to /25 or fewer. The cards are produced from acetate, making them a hot pull.

The checklist is an interesting mix of young stars (Bobby Witt Jr., Ronald Acuña Jr.), future Hall of Famers (Joey Votto, Miguel Cabrera) and retired stars including Hall of Famers (Ken Griffey Jr., Rickey Henderson, Rod Carew) and franchise icons (Don Mattingly, Mark McGwire, David Wright).

Parallels include Canary (/10), Black (/5), and Pristine (1/1).

Topps 2022 Diamond Icons Red Ink Autographs

As the name suggests, this 30-card set includes player signatures in red ink. Much like the other offerings, the lineup is impressive, with many Hall of Famers and future Hall of Famers featured, both current and future.

You’ll find parallel versions here as well, including Black (/10), Red (/5), and Gold (1/1).

Topps Diamond Icons 2022 Silver Ink Autographs

Again, the name tells the tail here with this 43-card offering featuring signatures in silver ink. As with the prior offerings, the checklist remains impressive, with some fun players mixed in that were franchise icons, even if they aren’t Hall of Famers (Cecil Fielder, Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry).

Much like the Red Ink version, you’ll find Black (/10), Red (/5), and Gold (1/1) parallels in the Silver Ink offering.

Topps Diamond Icons 2022 Cut Autographs

The only autographs in the 2022 Topps Diamond Icons product that aren’t on-card autographs are the cut signatures. What it lacks in on-card autographs, the offering makes up for with amazing checklists of some really interesting and iconic players.

Topps 2022 Diamond Icons Cut Signatures

Featuring a massive 165-card checklist, with each card limited to 4 copies (with 1/1 Gold parallels), this set is a vintage baseball fan’s dream. With a mix of Hall of Famers and notable players that span the entirety of the 20th century, there’s a lot to like here.

2022 Topps Diamond Icons Immortal Cut Signatures

This 23-card set of 1/1 cards lives up to the “Immortal” tagline. The checklist starts with Babe Ruth and ends with Ted Williams. In between, you’ll greats like Cy Young, Joe DiMaggio, Roberto Clemente, and Satchel Paige. These dream pulls are surely a big part of what draws people to this high-priced offering.

2022 Topps Diamond Icons Autographed Card Checklist

AC-ABR Alex Bregman – Houston Astros
AC-AD Andre Dawson – Montréal Expos
AC-AJU Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
AC-AP Andy Pettitte – New York Yankees
AC-BHA Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-BJA Bo Jackson – Kansas City Royals
AC-BL Barry Larkin – Cincinnati Reds
AC-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
AC-BWJ Bobby Witt Jr. – Kansas City Royals
AC-CF Carlton Fisk – Boston Red Sox
AC-CJ Chipper Jones – Atlanta Braves
AC-CR Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
AC-CSE Corey Seager – Texas Rangers
AC-CYE Christian Yelich – Milwaukee Brewers
AC-DE Dennis Eckersley – Oakland Athletics
AC-DJ Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
AC-DMA Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
AC-DMU Dale Murphy – Atlanta Braves
AC-DO David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox
AC-DW Dave Winfield – New York Yankees
AC-DWR David Wright – New York Mets
AC-EJ Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
AC-EM Edgar Martinez – Seattle Mariners
AC-EMU Eddie Murray – Baltimore Orioles
AC-FFR Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves
AC-FT Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
AC-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres
AC-GM Greg Maddux – Atlanta Braves
AC-HM Hideki Matsui – New York Yankees
AC-I Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
AC-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
AC-JAB Jose Abreu – Chicago White Sox
AC-JBA Jeff Bagwell – Houston Astros
AC-JM Juan Marichal – San Francisco Giants
AC-JMA Joe Mauer – Minnesota Twins
AC-JRAM Jose Ramirez – Cleveland Guardians
AC-JRO Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners
AC-JS John Smoltz – Atlanta Braves
AC-JSO Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
AC-JV Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds
AC-MC Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
AC-MMA Manny Machado – San Diego Padres
AC-MMC Mark McGwire – Oakland Athletics
AC-MPI Mike Piazza – New York Mets
AC-MR Mariano Rivera – New York Yankees
AC-MSC Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-MT Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
AC-NG Nomar Garciaparra – Boston Red Sox
AC-NR Nolan Ryan – Houston Astros
AC-OCR Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates
AC-OS Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
AC-PA Pete Alonso – New York Mets
AC-PG Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals
AC-PM Pedro Martinez – Boston Red Sox
AC-PMO Paul Molitor – Milwaukee Brewers
AC-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
AC-RC Rod Carew – California Angels
AC-RCL Roger Clemens – Boston Red Sox
AC-RDE Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
AC-RDS Reid Detmers – Los Angeles Angels
AC-RH Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics
AC-RJO Randy Johnson – Seattle Mariners
AC-RS Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs
AC-RY Robin Yount – Milwaukee Brewers
AC-SBI Shane Bieber – Cleveland Guardians
AC-SC Steve Carlton – St. Louis Cardinals
AC-SO Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
AC-SPR George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
AC-SSO Sammy Sosa – Chicago Cubs
AC-STO Spencer Torkelson – Detroit Tigers
AC-TG Tom Glavine – Atlanta Braves
AC-VG Vladimir Guerrero – Montréal Expos
AC-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
AC-WB Wade Boggs – Boston Red Sox
AC-WBU Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
AC-WCL Will Clark – San Francisco Giants
AC-WFR Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
AC-XBO Xander Bogaerts – Boston Red Sox
AC-YAL Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros

DIA-AD Andre Dawson – Chicago Cubs
DIA-AJ Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
DIA-APU Albert Pujols – Los Angeles Dodgers
DIA-BH Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
DIA-BL Barry Larkin – Cincinnati Reds
DIA-BO Bo Jackson – Kansas City Royals
DIA-BPO Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
DIA-BW Bernie Williams – New York Yankees
DIA-BWJ Bobby WITT Jr. – Kansas City Royals
DIA-CC CC Sabathia – New York Yankees
DIA-CJ Chipper Jones – Atlanta Braves
DIA-CRJ Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
DIA-CY Christian Yelich – Milwaukee Brewers
DIA-DJ Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
DIA-DM Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
DIA-DMU Dale Murphy – Atlanta Braves
DIA-DO David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox
DIA-DS Darryl Strawberry – New York Mets
DIA-DW David Wright – New York Mets
DIA-EJ Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
DIA-EM Edgar Martinez – Seattle Mariners
DIA-EMU Eddie Murray – Baltimore Orioles
DIA-FT Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
DIA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres
DIA-GMA Greg Maddux – Atlanta Braves
DIA-HJR Hyun-Jin Ryu – Toronto Blue Jays
DIA-HM Hideki Matsui – New York Yankees
DIA-IS Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
DIA-JDU Jarren Duran – Boston Red Sox
DIA-JF Jack Flaherty – St. Louis Cardinals
DIA-JM Joe Mauer – Minnesota Twins
DIA-JROD Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners
DIA-JS Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
DIA-JVO Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds
DIA-KGJ Ken Griffey Jr. – Seattle Mariners
DIA-MAC Manny Machado – San Diego Padres
DIA-MC Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
DIA-MM Mark McGwire – Oakland Athletics
DIA-MSC Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
DIA-MT Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
DIA-NA Nolan Arenado – St. Louis Cardinals
DIA-NR Nolan Ryan – Houston Astros
DIA-OS Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
DIA-PA Pete Alonso – New York Mets
DIA-PG Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals
DIA-PM Pedro Martinez – Boston Red Sox
DIA-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
DIA-RC Roger Clemens – Boston Red Sox
DIA-RH Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics
DIA-RJA Reggie Jackson – New York Yankees
DIA-RY Robin Yount – Milwaukee Brewers
DIA-SAL Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
DIA-SCA Steve Carlton – Philadelphia Phillies
DIA-SO Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
DIA-TR Tim Raines – Chicago White Sox
DIA-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
DIA-WB Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
DIA-WC Will Clark – San Francisco Giants
DIA-YAL Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros

IOTD-AJ Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
IOTD-BH Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
IOTD-BL Barry Larkin – Cincinnati Reds
IOTD-BR Brooks Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
IOTD-BW Bobby Witt Jr. – Kansas City Royals
IOTD-CF Carlton Fisk – Boston Red Sox
IOTD-CR Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
IOTD-CY Christian Yelich – Milwaukee Brewers
IOTD-DJ Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
IOTD-DM Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
IOTD-DW David Wright – New York Mets
IOTD-EJ Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
IOTD-FF Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves
IOTD-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres
IOTD-FTH Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
IOTD-GM Greg Maddux – Atlanta Braves
IOTD-I Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
IOTD-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
IOTD-JM Joe Mauer – Minnesota Twins
IOTD-JR Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners
IOTD-JS Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
IOTD-JV Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds
IOTD-KG Ken Griffey Jr. – Seattle Mariners
IOTD-MC Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
IOTD-MM Manny Machado – San Diego Padres
IOTD-MMC Mark McGwire – Oakland Athletics
IOTD-MS Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
IOTD-MT Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
IOTD-NA Nolan Arenado – St. Louis Cardinals
IOTD-NR Nolan Ryan – Houston Astros
IOTD-OS Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
IOTD-PA Pete Alonso – New York Mets
IOTD-PG Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals
IOTD-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
IOTD-RC Rod Carew – California Angels
IOTD-RD Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
IOTD-RH Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics
IOTD-RS Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs
IOTD-SC Steve Carlton – Philadelphia Phillies
IOTD-VG Vladimir Guerrero – Montréal Expos
IOTD-WB Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
IOTD-WC Will Clark – San Francisco Giants
IOTD-WF Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
IOTD-XB Xander Bogaerts – Boston Red Sox
IOTD-YA Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros

RI-AB Alex Bregman – Houston Astros
RI-ABE Adrian Beltre – Texas Rangers
RI-AJU Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
RI-AP Andy Pettitte – Houston Astros
RI-BH Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
RI-BL Barry Larkin – Cincinnati Reds
RI-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
RI-BWJ Bobby WITT Jr. – Kansas City Royals
RI-CF Carlton Fisk – Boston Red Sox
RI-CJ Chipper Jones – Atlanta Braves
RI-CR Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
RI-CS Corey Seager – Texas Rangers
RI-DE Dennis Eckersley – Oakland Athletics
RI-DMA Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
RI-DMU Dale Murphy – Atlanta Braves
RI-DOR David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox
RI-EJI Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
RI-EM Eddie Murray – Baltimore Orioles
RI-EMA Edgar Martinez – Seattle Mariners
RI-FF Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves
RI-FTH Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
RI-GM Greg Maddux – Chicago Cubs
RI-HM Hideki Matsui – New York Yankees
RI-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
RI-JAB Jose Abreu – Chicago White Sox
RI-JFL Jack Flaherty – St. Louis Cardinals
RI-JMA Juan Marichal – San Francisco Giants
RI-JROD Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners
RI-KGJ Ken Griffey Jr. – Cincinnati Reds
RI-LW Larry Walker – Colorado Rockies
RI-MC Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
RI-MM Mark McGwire – St. Louis Cardinals
RI-MP Mike Piazza – Los Angeles Dodgers
RI-MR Mariano Rivera – New York Yankees
RI-MS Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
RI-MTR Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
RI-NA Nolan Arenado – St. Louis Cardinals
RI-NG Nomar Garciaparra – Boston Red Sox
RI-NRY Nolan Ryan – Texas Rangers
RI-OZM Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
RI-PG Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals
RI-PM Pedro Martinez – Boston Red Sox
RI-PMO Paul Molitor – Toronto Blue Jays
RI-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
RI-RCA Rod Carew – Minnesota Twins
RI-RCL Roger Clemens – Toronto Blue Jays
RI-RHE Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics
RI-RJ Reggie Jackson – New York Yankees
RI-RJO Randy Johnson – Arizona Diamondbacks
RI-RSA Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs
RI-SB Shane Bieber – Cleveland Guardians
RI-SO Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
RI-SPR George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
RI-STO Spencer Torkelson – Detroit Tigers
RI-VG Vladimir Guerrero – Montréal Expos
RI-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
RI-WB Wade Boggs – New York Yankees
RI-WBU Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
RI-WI Will Clark – San Francisco Giants
RI-YA Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros

SI-AB Alex Bregman – Houston Astros
SI-ABR Adrian Beltre – Texas Rangers
SI-AJU Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
SI-BL Barry Larkin – Cincinnati Reds
SI-BRO Brooks Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
SI-CF Cecil Fielder – Detroit Tigers
SI-CFI Carlton Fisk – Chicago White Sox
SI-DG Dwight Gooden – New York Mets
SI-DJ Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
SI-DM Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
SI-DOR David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox
SI-DS Darryl Strawberry – New York Mets
SI-DSE Dennis Eckersley – Oakland Athletics
SI-DW David Wright – New York Mets
SI-FF Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves
SI-FTH Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
SI-HM Hideki Matsui – New York Yankees
SI-ICH Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
SI-JA Jose Abreu – Chicago White Sox
SI-JS Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
SI-LW Larry Walker – Montréal Expos
SI-MBU Mark Buehrle – Chicago White Sox
SI-MC Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers
SI-MP Mike Piazza – Los Angeles Dodgers
SI-MS Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
SI-NR Nolan Ryan – Houston Astros
SI-OZ Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
SI-PA Pete Alonso – New York Mets
SI-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
SI-RC Rod Carew – Minnesota Twins
SI-RCL Roger Clemens – New York Yankees
SI-RD Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
SI-RH Rickey Henderson – New York Yankees
SI-RHO Ryan Howard – Philadelphia Phillies
SI-RS Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs
SI-RY Robin Yount – Milwaukee Brewers
SI-SG Steve Garvey – Los Angeles Dodgers
SI-SPR George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
SI-SR Scott Rolen – St. Louis Cardinals
SI-SS Sammy Sosa – Chicago Cubs
SI-VG Vladimir Guerrero – Montréal Expos
SI-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
SI-XB Xander Bogaerts – Boston Red Sox

2022 Topps Diamond Icons Cut Autographs

CS-AB Al Barlick – Major League Baseball
CS-AK Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers
CS-AKA Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers
CS-AL Al Lopez – Chicago White Sox
CS-APA Andy Pafko – Chicago Cubs
CS-BAU Hank Bauer – New York Yankees
CS-BD Bill Dickey – New York Yankees
CS-BDO Bobby Doerr – Boston Red Sox
CS-BF Bob Friend – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-BFE Bob Feller – Cleveland
CS-BFEL Bob Feller – Cleveland
CS-BG Burleigh Grimes – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-BGI Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-BGR Burleigh Grimes – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-BH Billy Herman – Chicago Cubs
CS-BL Bob Lemon – Cleveland
CS-BLE Buck Leonard
CS-BM Bobby Murcer – New York Yankees
CS-BOD Bobby Doerr – Boston Red Sox
CS-BOG Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-BOL Bob Lemon – Cleveland
CS-BOT Bobby Thomson – New York Giants
CS-BR Bobby Richardson – New York Yankees
CS-BRI Bobby Richardson – New York Yankees
CS-BT Bill Terry – New York Giants
CS-BTH Bobby Thomson – New York Giants
CS-BUH Bucky Harris – Washington Senators
CS-BV Bill Veeck – Cleveland
CS-CAH Carl Hubbell – New York Giants
CS-CF Carl Furillo – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-CFL Curt Flood – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-CG Charlie Gehringer – Detroit Tigers
CS-CGE Charlie Gehringer – Detroit Tigers
CS-CH Carl Hubbell – New York Giants
CS-CHA Chick Hafey – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-DD Don Drysdale – Los Angeles Dodgers
CS-DS Duke Snider – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-DSI Duke Snider – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-DW Dick Williams – Oakland Athletics
CS-DZ Don Zimmer – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-EA Earl Averill – Cleveland
CS-EAV Earl Averill – Cleveland
CS-EB Earl Battey – Minnesota Twins
CS-EBA Ernie Banks – Chicago Cubs
CS-EF Elmer Flick – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-EH Ernie Harwell – Detroit Tigers
CS-EJ Eddie Joost – Cincinnati Reds
CS-EM Eddie Mathews – Milwaukee Braves
CS-EMA Eddie Mathews – Atlanta Braves
CS-ER Edd Roush – Cincinnati Reds
CS-ERB Ernie Banks – Chicago Cubs
CS-ES Enos Slaughter – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-EW Earl Weaver – Baltimore Orioles
CS-EWY Early Wynn – Cleveland
CS-FC Frankie Crosetti – New York Yankees
CS-FCR Frankie Crosetti – New York Yankees
CS-FF Ford Frick – Major League Baseball
CS-FFR Frankie Frisch – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-FLO Curt Flood – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-FR Frank Robinson – Cincinnati Reds
CS-FRO Frank Robinson – Baltimore Orioles
CS-GAC Gary Carter – New York Mets
CS-GC Gary Carter – New York Mets
CS-GHK George “High Pockets” Kelly – New York Giants
CS-GHKE George “High Pockets” Kelly – New York Giants
CS-GK George Kell – Detroit Tigers
CS-GKE George Kell – Detroit Tigers
CS-GM Gil McDougald – New York Yankees
CS-HAH Harry Hooper – Boston Red Sox
CS-HBA Hank Bauer – New York Yankees
CS-HC Happy Chandler – Major League Baseball
CS-HCH Happy Chandler – Major League Baseball
CS-HG Hank Greenberg – Detroit Tigers
CS-HH Harry Hooper – Boston Red Sox
CS-HK Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins
CS-HKA Harry Kalas – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-HKU Harvey Kuenn – Detroit Tigers
CS-HN Hal Newhouser – Detroit Tigers
CS-HNE Hal Newhouser – Detroit Tigers
CS-HW Hoyt Wilhelm – Chicago White Sox
CS-IRV Monte Irvin – New York Giants
CS-JB Jim Bunning – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-JBU Jim Bunning – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-JC Jocko Conlan – Major League Baseball
CS-JCH Jim “Catfish” Hunter – Oakland Athletics
CS-JCO Jocko Conlan – Major League Baseball
CS-JCR Joe Cronin – Boston Red Sox
CS-JH Jesse Haines – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JHA Jesse Haines – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JJ Judy Johnson
CS-JL Johnny Logan – Milwaukee Braves
CS-JM Johnny Mize – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JMC Joe McCarthy – New York Yankees
CS-JMCC Joe McCarthy – New York Yankees
CS-JME Joe Medwick – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JMI Johnny Mize – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JMO Joe Morgan – Cincinnati Reds
CS-JN Joe Niekro – Houston Astros
CS-JNI Joe Niekro – Houston Astros
CS-JS Johnny Sain – Boston Braves
CS-JSE Joe Sewell – Cleveland
CS-KIL Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins
CS-LA Luke Appling – Chicago White Sox
CS-LB Lou Boudreau – Cleveland
CS-LBO Lou Boudreau – Cleveland
CS-LBR Lou Brock – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-LD Leo Durocher – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-LDO Larry Doby – Cleveland
CS-LG Lefty Gomez – New York Yankees
CS-LGOM Lefty Gomez – New York Yankees
CS-LGR Lefty Grove – Philadelphia Athletics
CS-LM Lee MacPhail – Major League Baseball
CS-LOB Lou Brock – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-LUA Luke Appling – Chicago White Sox
CS-LW Lloyd Waner – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-MA Mel Allen
CS-MC Max Carey – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-MCA Max Carey – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-MI Monte Irvin – New York Giants
CS-MIN Minnie Minoso – Chicago White Sox
CS-MK Mark Koenig – New York Yankees
CS-MM Marty Marion – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-MP Milt Pappas – Baltimore Orioles
CS-MPA Milt Pappas – Baltimore Orioles
CS-PAF Andy Pafko – Chicago Cubs
CS-PR Phil Rizzuto – New York Yankees
CS-PRI Phil Rizzuto – New York Yankees
CS-PWR Pee Wee Reese – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-RA Richie Ashburn – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-RAK Ralph Kiner – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-RAS Ray Schalk – Chicago White Sox
CS-RF Red Faber – Chicago White Sox
CS-RFA Rick Ferrell – St. Louis Browns
CS-RFE Rick Ferrell – St. Louis Browns
CS-RKI Ralph Kiner – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-RM Rube Marquard – New York Giants
CS-RMA Rube Marquard – New York Giants
CS-ROR Robin Roberts – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-RR Red Ruffing – New York Yankees
CS-RRO Robin Roberts – Philadelphia Phillies
CS-RS Ron Santo – Chicago Cubs
CS-RSA Ron Santo – Chicago Cubs
CS-RSC Red Schoendienst – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-SA Sparky Anderson – Cincinnati Reds
CS-SAN Sparky Anderson – Cincinnati Reds
CS-SC Stan Coveleski – Cleveland
CS-SCO Stan Coveleski – Cleveland
CS-SEW Joe Sewell – Cleveland
CS-SM Stan Musial – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-SMU Stan Musial – St. Louis Cardinals
CS-SR Sam Rice – Washington Senators
CS-TG Tony Gwynn – San Diego Padres
CS-TH Tommy Henrich – New York Yankees
CS-TJ Travis Jackson – New York Giants
CS-TL Ted Lyons – Chicago White Sox
CS-WA Walter Alston – Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-WAG Warren Giles – Major League Baseball
CS-WAH Waite Hoyt – New York Yankees
CS-WF Whitey Ford – New York Yankees
CS-WFO Whitey Ford – New York Yankees
CS-WH Waite Hoyt – New York Yankees
CS-WS Willie Stargell – Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-WSP Warren Spahn – Boston Braves
CS-WSPA Warren Spahn – Milwaukee Braves
CS-ZW Zack Wheat – Brooklyn Dodgers

ICS-BR Babe Ruth – New York Yankees
ICS-CMA Connie Mack – Philadelphia Athletics
ICS-CS Casey Stengel – New York Yankees
ICS-CY Cy Young – Boston Red Sox
ICS-DD Dizzy Dean – St. Louis Cardinals
ICS-ER Eppa Rixey – Cincinnati Reds
ICS-GHO Gil Hodges – Brooklyn Dodgers
ICS-HA Hank Aaron – Atlanta Braves
ICS-HG Hank Greenberg – Detroit Tigers
ICS-HW Honus Wagner – Pittsburgh Pirates
ICS-JD Joe DiMaggio – New York Yankees
ICS-JF Jimmie Foxx – Philadelphia Athletics
ICS-LG Lou Gehrig – New York Yankees
ICS-MO Mel Ott – New York Giants
ICS-NF Nellie Fox – Chicago White Sox
ICS-RC Roberto Clemente – Pittsburgh Pirates
ICS-RH Rogers Hornsby – St. Louis Cardinals
ICS-SP Satchel Paige – St. Louis Browns
ICS-TC Ty Cobb – Detroit Tigers
ICS-TG Tony Gwynn – San Diego Padres
ICS-TM Thurman Munson – New York Yankees
ICS-TS Tris Speaker – Cleveland
ICS-TW Ted Williams – Boston Red Sox

Mike D

Mike D

Mike D. has collected cards since he bought his first pack of Topps at the corner store in 1987. He has long been fascinated by the Baseball Hall of Fame, and of course cards of Hall of Famers, present and future.


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