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Details about  1988 Topps Major League Leaders Super Glossy Baseball Cards Box

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1988 Topps Mini Leaders

The 1988 Topps Mini set of Major League Leaders features 77 cards of leaders of the various statistical categories for the 1987 season. The cards are numbered on the back and measure approximately 2 1/8" by 3". The set numbering is alphabetical by player within team and the teams themselves are in alphabetical order as well. The card backs are printed in blue, red, and yellow on white card stock. The cards were distributed as a separate issue in wax p… [Read More]

The 1988 Topps Mini set of Major League Leaders features 77 cards of leaders of the various statistical categories for the 1987 season. The cards are numbered on the back and measure approximately 2 1/8" by 3". The set numbering is alphabetical by player within team and the teams themselves are in alphabetical order as well. The card backs are printed in blue, red, and yellow on white card stock. The cards were distributed as a separate issue in wax packs. [Collapse]

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1988 Topps Mini Leaders

1988 Topps Mini Leaders is a 77-card set featuring the statistical leaders from the 1987 season. Each card measures 2 1/8" X 3", about the same size as the 1975 Topps Minis. The design is similar to that of the 1988 Topps set's Team Leader subset, and are printed on a glossy white cardstock.

36 packs per box, seven cards per pack (MSRP: $0.30).

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NOTE: 11 cards were double-printed and are marked with a "DP" in the checklist.

  • 2 Roger Clemens
  • 3 Dwight Evans
  • 4 DeWayne Buice
  • 5 Brian Downing
  • 6 Wally Joyner
  • 7 Ivan Calderon
  • 8 Carlton Fisk
  • 9 Gary Redus
  • 10 Darrell Evans
  • 11 Jack Morris
  • 12 Alan Trammell
  • 13 Lou Whitaker
  • 14 Bret Saberhagen
  • 15 Kevin Seitzer
  • 16 Danny Tartabull
  • 17 Willie Wilson
  • 18 Teddy Higuera
  • 19 Paul Molitor
  • 20 Dan Plesac
  • 21 Robin Yount
  • 22 Kent Hrbek
  • 23 Kirby Puckett
  • 24 Jeff Reardon
  • 25 Frank Viola
  • 26 Rickey Henderson
  • 27 Don Mattingly
  • 28 Willie Randolph
  • 29 Dave Righetti
  • 30 Jose Canseco
  • 31 Mark McGwire
  • 32 Dave Stewart
  • 33 Phil Bradley
  • 34 Mark Langston
  • 35 Harold Reynolds
  • 36 Charlie Hough
  • 37 George Bell
  • 38 Tom Henke
  • 39 Jimmy Key
  • 40 Dion James
  • 41 Dale Murphy
  • 42 Zane Smith
  • 43 Andre Dawson
  • 44 Lee Smith
  • 45 Rick Sutcliffe
  • 46 Eric Davis
  • 47 John Franco
  • 48 Dave Parker
  • 49 Billy Hatcher
  • 50 Nolan Ryan
  • 51 Mike Scott
  • 52 Pedro Guerrero
  • 53 Orel Hershiser
  • 54 Fernando Valenzuela
  • 55 Bob Welch
  • 56 Andres Galarraga
  • 57 Tim Raines
  • 58 Tim Wallach
  • 59 Lenny Dykstra
  • 60 Dwight Gooden
  • 61 Howard Johnson
  • 62 Roger McDowell
  • 63 Darryl Strawberry
  • 64 Steve Bedrosian
  • 65 Shane Rawley
  • 66 Juan Samuel
  • 67 Mike Schmidt
  • 68 Mike Dunne
  • 69 Jack Clark
  • 70 Vince Coleman
  • 71 Willie McGee
  • 72 Ozzie Smith
  • 73 Todd Worrell
  • 74 Tony Gwynn
  • 75 John Kruk
  • 76 Rick Reuschel
  • 77 Checklist Card
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The 1988 Topps Baseball Card Set!

20 Most Valuable 1988 Topps Baseball Cards

Unopened Box of 1988 Topps Baseball CardsI always loved the look and feel of 1988 Topps baseball cards…

They had a classic and straightforward design while featuring a lot of great action photography.

Team name across the top. Player name in the banner on the bottom right.

These cards got straight to the point.

The set contained 792 cards in total so trying to build an entire set could be quite a challenge and required ripping pack after pack.

You can find all the stars of the day as well as rookie cards of Hall of Famers Tom Glavine and Roberto Alomar (in the Topps Traded set).

And in this guide, I will cover the 10 most valuable 1988 Topps baseball cards that are still worth a decent amount.

Let’s jump right in…

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Brief disclaimer: most of the cards on this list will generally not be worth anything...

Much like their 1988 Donruss, Fleer, Score counterparts, so many of them were produced that their values really took a nosedive.

The only way they can have much value is by either being the Tiffany version (Topps' premium factory set) and/or being graded by PSA to be in perfect, gem mint condition (PSA 10).

That means the card needs to be basically flawless.

Now that we got that out of the way, let's take a look at the top ten:

1988 Topps #300 Don Mattingly (World of Baseball)

Estimated PSA 9 Value: $175

You won't find this oddball card in the standard 1988 Topps or Topps Traded checklists, but it is indeed a Topps card.

Though its origin remains a bit of a mystery throughout the hobby, somehow this card made it into circulation, and today there are 62 PSA-graded examples in existence.

By comparison, there are 273 PSA-graded examples of Mattingly's standard 1988 Topps card (which we'll get to in a bit).

Given its mysterious nature, I thought there would be far fewer "World of Baseball" variations in PSA holders than the standard base card.

However, where the card does become extremely rare is when it comes to PSA 10 examples, as there is just one example of this card that PSA has graded as a Gem Mint 10.

You'll notice the rest of the cards on this list reflect pricing in PSA 10 condition, while this Mattingly card outpaces them all even in PSA 9 grade, given how tough it is.

It's anyone's guess how high a price the PSA 10 example would fetch in today's market.

The card's design is bland as Mattingly has no Yankees logos on his hat or shirt.

And instead of the Yankees team name, "NEW YORK A.L." is emblazoned across the front of his cap, while the regular cards in this set featured a player's team name behind him.

It's a strange card.

1988 Topps #300 Don Mattingly Special World of Baseball Card
1988 Topps #300 Don Mattingly Special World of Baseball Card Reverse Side With Stats and Biography

1988 Topps #779 Tom Glavine Rookie Card

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $75

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I remember watching Tom Glavine and the rest of the Atlanta Braves starting rotation dominate year after year during the 1990's.

And because his stuff wasn't overpowering, he out-dueled batters with extreme control and smarts.

Only a few lefties in the history of the game posted more wins than Glavine's career total of 305.

His Hall of Fame career is why his is one of the key rookie cards in this set.

1988 Topps #779 Tom Glavine Rookie Card

1988 Topps #250 Nolan Ryan

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $75

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Like Ripken, Nolan Ryan was one of the game's biggest stars during his era and his cards will always be among those in the highest demand in any set.

1988 would be Ryan's last year with the Astros so this was one of the last time's we'd see him in that awesome uniform on a baseball card.

The legendary fireballer is pictured ready to mow down yet another batter with his blazing speed.

1988 Topps #250 Nolan Ryan Baseball Card

1988 Topps #300 Don Mattingly

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $65

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1988 Topps #300 Don Mattingly Baseball Card

1988 Topps #580 Mark McGwire

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $65

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Everyone wanted this card during the 1980's.

McGwire was one of the game's most exciting players of the era as his amazing power helped him burst onto the scene hitting 49 bombs during his 1987 debut.

Many collectors still like to own Mark McGwire rookie cards but this card in its Tiffany version still holds some good value as well.

It's a great-looking card design overall showing a young McGwire in his A's uniform with the "Topps All-Star Rookie" trophy in the bottom right corner.

1988 Topps #580 Mark McGwire Baseball Card

1988 Topps #750 Bo Jackson

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $65

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During the late 1980's, Bo Jackson was one of the most popular athletes in the world.

Famous for playing both football and baseball, he was a hero to many kids during those days and beloved by fans as well.

Pictured in that awesome Royals jersey, Jackson is pictured following through on a big cut.

His popularity among young kids of the day who collected then and are now re-entering the hobby today in their 30's and 40's is a big reason why his cards still hold decent value.

1988 Topps #750 Bo Jackson Baseball Card

1988 Topps Traded #1T Jim Abbott Rookie Card

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $60

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1988 Topps Traded #1T Jim Abbott Rookie Card

1988 Topps Traded #4T Roberto Alomar Rookie Card

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $60

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Roberto Alomar was another Hall of Famer who I loved watching during the 1990's and early 2000's because he was consistently great.

His solid defensive skills, disciplined hitting, and terrific base running ability were a combination that you just don't see too often out of a second baseman.

Alomar played with seven different teams over his career but I mostly remember him at his very best during his time with Toronto, Baltimore and Cleveland.

Pictured as a member of the San Diego Padres, Alomar's is another key rookie card in the 1988 Topps set.

1988 Topps Traded #4T Roberto Alomar Rookie Card

1988 Topps #6 Nolan Ryan Record Breaker

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $50

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1988 Topps #6 Nolan Ryan Record Breaker Baseball Card

1988 Topps #370 Jose Canseco

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $50

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1988 Topps #370 Jose Canseco Baseball Card

1988 Topps #650 Cal Ripken Jr.

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $50

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Cal Ripken Jr. is one of those guys whose cards are among the keys to pretty much any set from the 1980's.

His legendary career with the Baltimore Orioles propelled him to Hall of Fame status and he remains one of the most popular players of his era.

His 1988 Topps card shows a great image of him standing ready at the plate ready to do what made him standout so much: hit for power as a shortstop.

The Tiffany version of this card still holds up well in terms of value.

1988 Topps #650 Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball Card

1988 Topps Traded #42T Mark Grace Rookie Card

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $50

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Growing up in Indiana, I remember Mark Grace being one of the most popular players in the area since there were a lot of Cubs fans where I lived.

He wasn't overpowering at the plate but it seemed like you could always depend on him for about 85 runs and 85 RBI every year.

His rookie cards were extremely popular back then and have still held up well over time.

Because he didn't achieve Hall of Fame status like Glavine or Alomar, his 1988 Topps rookie card isn't nearly as valuable but it still can go for around $75 in the Tiffany version.

1988 Topps Traded #42T Mark Grace Rookie Card

1988 Topps #361 Greg Maddux

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $45

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1988 Topps #361 Greg Maddux Baseball Card

1988 Topps #450 Barry Bonds

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $45

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Despite the controversy that will always hang over his career, Bonds was no doubt one of the game's most talented players.

Barry Bonds rookie cards can still be worth a lot of money and even his 1988 Topps card has decent value in its Tiffany form.

A young Bonds is pictured on a bright day in his pirates uniform with a huge smile on his face which really makes the card pop.

1988 Topps #450 Barry Bonds Baseball Card

1988 Topps #600 Mike Schmidt

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $45

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This card may look a bit boring because of the image but Mike Schmidt was anything but that during his career.

The three-time MVP terrorized opposing pitchers with his ability to hit for power as he led the league in homers eight times over his career.

Schmidt is shown during warming up for batting practice wearing a jacket taking a big cut.

Because he's an all-time great, his card can still go for decent money if its the Tiffany version and graded in PSA 10 condition.

1988 Topps #600 Mike Schmidt Baseball Card

1988 Topps #70 Roger Clemens

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $40

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Like Bonds, Roger Clemens' career will forever carry with it a huge amount of controversy but his popularity among collectors is still there.

Clemens was one of the game's most dominant power pitchers so it's fitting that Topps displayed him in that form.

The seven-time Cy Young winner brought nothing but fear to opposing hitters as no one really wanted to face him.

I always thought it was interesting that he ranks third on the all-time strikeout list despite never having thrown over 300 strikeouts in a single season.

He did get close during the 1988 season, however, after he'd go on to strike out 291 batters that year.

1988 Topps #70 Roger Clemens Baseball Card

1988 Topps #120 Kirby Puckett

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $40

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1988 Topps #120 Kirby Puckett Baseball Card

1988 Topps #360 Tony Gwynn

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $40

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1988 Topps #360 Tony Gwynn Baseball Card

1988 Topps #700 George Brett

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $35

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1988 Topps #700 George Brett Baseball Card

1988 Topps #475 Pete Rose

Estimated PSA 10 Value: $30

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1988 Topps #475 Pete Rose Baseball Card

1988 Topps Baseball Cards In Review

So there you have it, the ten most valuable 1988 Topps cards.

As you can see, it will take them being professionally graded in gem mint condition in their Tiffany form to be worth much.

It's a great set overall and features rookie cards of a couple of great Hall of Famers and many other base cards of stars of the day.

Within the set were also several different subsets, including:

  • All-Stars
  • Checklists
  • Manager Cards
  • Record Breakers
  • Turn Back The Clock

While many of the cards in this set are basically worthless in today's market, it really is a pretty decent set overall.

And for those of us who grew up collecting these as kids, they'll always have a huge nostalgic factor to them despite not having the most monetary value.

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1988 Topps Mini League Leaders Baseball Card Values

1988 Topps Mini League Leaders #1 Wade Boggs$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #2 Roger Clemens$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #3 Dwight Evans$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #4 DeWayne Buice$0.221988 Topps Mini League Leaders #5 Brian Downing$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #6 Wally Joyner$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #7 Ivan Calderon$0.231988 Topps Mini League Leaders #8 Carlton Fisk$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #9 Gary Redus$0.281988 Topps Mini League Leaders #10 Darrell Evans$0.311988 Topps Mini League Leaders #11 Jack Morris$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #12 Alan Trammell$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #13 Lou Whitaker$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #14 Bret Saberhagen$0.281988 Topps Mini League Leaders #15 Kevin Seitzer$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #16 Danny Tartabull$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #17 Willie Wilson$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #18 Teddy Higuera$0.251988 Topps Mini League Leaders #19 Paul Molitor$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #20 Dan Plesac$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #21 Robin Yount$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #22 Kent Hrbek$0.34$0.491988 Topps Mini League Leaders #23 Kirby Puckett$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #24 Jeff Reardon$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #25 Frank Viola$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #26 Rickey Henderson$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #27 Don Mattingly$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #28 Willie Randolph$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #29 Dave Righetti$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #30 Jose Canseco$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #31 Mark McGwire$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #32 Dave Stewart$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #33 Phil Bradley$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #34 Mark Langston$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #35 Harold Reynolds$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #36 Charlie Hough$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #37 George Bell$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #38 Tom Henke$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #39 Jimmy Key$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #40 Dion James$0.201988 Topps Mini League Leaders #41 Dale Murphy$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #42 Zane Smith$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #43 Andre Dawson$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #44 Lee Smith$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #45 Rick Sutcliffe$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #46 Eric Davis$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #47 John Franco$0.181988 Topps Mini League Leaders #48 Dave Parker$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #49 Billy Hatcher$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #50 Nolan Ryan$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #51 Mike Scott$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #52 Pedro Guerrero$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #53 Orel Hershiser$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #54 Fernando Valenzuela$0.361988 Topps Mini League Leaders #55 Bob Welch$0.181988 Topps Mini League Leaders #56 Andres Galarraga$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #57 Tim Raines$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #58 Tim Wallach$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #59 Lenny Dykstra$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #60 Dwight Gooden$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #61 Howard Johnson$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #62 Roger McDowell$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #63 Darryl Strawberry$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #64 Steve Bedrosian$0.281988 Topps Mini League Leaders #65 Shane Rawley$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #66 Juan Samuel$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #67 Mike Schmidt$0.34$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #68 Mike Dunne$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #69 Jack Clark$0.181988 Topps Mini League Leaders #70 Vince Coleman$0.34$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #71 Willie McGee$0.211988 Topps Mini League Leaders #72 Ozzie Smith$0.231988 Topps Mini League Leaders #73 Todd Worrell$0.241988 Topps Mini League Leaders #74 Tony Gwynn$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #75 John Kruk$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #76 Rick Reuschel$0.341988 Topps Mini League Leaders #77 Checklist$0.34
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OPENING UP A BRAND NEW 1988 TOPPS BOX FROM A CASE (Throwback Thursday)

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