Kellogg's baseball card set consist of 57 cards that measure
approximately approximately 2 1/4" x 3 1/2".
The plastic covered cards were made to look 3-D. The cards were
individually inserted in specially marked boxes of Kellogg's cereal
or as a set from the company for box-tops.
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6A Clay Carroll
(Team logo Cincinnati Reds on back) 6B Clay Carroll (Team logo
Chicago White Sox on back)
25A Jim Kaat
(Team logo Chicago White Sox on back) 25B Jim Kaat (Team logo
Philadelphia Phillies on back)
30A Frank Tanana
ERR (1975 ERA 2.63) 30B Frank Tanana COR (1975 ERA 2.62)
32A Tom Seaver
ERR (1967 Pct. 552 with no decimal point) 32B COR (1967 Pct. .552)
Rivers (Missing line in bio about Yankees) 41B Mickey Rivers
(Bio has "Yankees obtained ...")
45A Jorge Orta
ERR (Lifetime AB 1615) 45B Jorge Orta COR (Lifetime AB 1616)
47A Vida Blue
(Bio "struck out more batters") 47B Vida Blue (Bio "pitched more innings")
49A Jon Matlack
ERR (1975 ER 87) 49B Jon Matlack COR (1975 ER 86)
51A Mike Hargrove
ERR (Lifetime AB 935) 51B Mike Hargrove COR (Lifetime AB 934)
52A Paul Lindblad
ERR (1975 ERA 2.73) 52B Paul Lindblad COR (1975 ERA 2.72)
56A Greg Gross
ERR (Lifetime games 334)
56B Greg Gross COR (Lifetime games 302)
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Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards
include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color.
Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.