Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Completely Red: 1984 Topps/Topps Traded

When I started collecting in '91, I distinctly remember accruing a handful of 1984 Topps, particularly that Kelly Paris, and really thinking I had something old and valuable and cool. Now the 84's are all relegated to shoe boxes in attics, only to be uncovered, researched, found to be without value, and thrown away. There is still a place in my heart for them, however. They ain't bad at all. They were just given the unfortunate task of following a Hall of Fame set in '83. Live long, 1984 Topps. Live long.


Cards - 33

RCs - 2 (Jeff Russell, Gary Redus)

All Stars - 8 (Johnny Bench, Dave Concepcion, Mario Soto, Jeff Russell, Tom Hume, Cesar Cedeno, Dave Parker, Tony Perez)

Hall of Famers - 2 (Johnny Bench, Tony Perez)

Reds Hall of Famers - 7 (Johnny Bench, Tony Perez, Dave Concepcion, Mario Soto, Dan Driessen, Dave Parker, Ron Oester)


  34 Eddie Milner 
  6 Johnny Bench / Gaylord Perry / Carl Yastrzemski HL
  34 Eddie Milner 
  55 Dave Concepcion 
  87 Frank Pastore 
  113 Kelly Paris 
  142 Rich Gale 
  160 Mario Soto 
  192 Nick Esasky  
  214 Paul Householder 
  242 Alex Trevino 
  270 Jeff Russell RC 
  273 Charlie Puleo 
  297 Bruce Berenyi 
  323 Alan Knicely 
  351 Russ Nixon MG 
  373 Bill Scherrer 
  424 Dann Bilardello 
  448 Ben Hayes 
  475 Gary Redus RC
  526 Ron Oester 
  554 Ted Power 
  585 Dan Driessen 
  607 Tom Hume 
  632 Tom Foley 
  659 Duane Walker 
  686 Joe Price 
  705 NL Active Stolen Base Leaders Joe Morgan / Cesar Cedeno / Larry Bowa 
  725 Cesar Cedeno 
  756 Reds TL Ron Oester/Mario Soto
  65T Wayne Krenchicki
  90T Dave Parker
  91T Tony Perez
  95T Vern Rapp MG

Go Reds.

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