Ken Singleton appeared on sets in 1974 - 1976, 1978, 1980 - 1982. He finished with a .282 batting average, 246 home runs and over 2,000 hits. He had MVP votes in seven seasons and was a three-time All Star.
Dave Parker showed up in seven consecutive sets - 1976 - 1982. The 1978 N.L. MVP received MVP votes in nine different seasons. He finished his career with a .290 batting average, 339 home runs and 2,712 hits. He was also a seven-time All Star selection.
George Foster also was included in seven consecutive years - 1977 - 1983. Foster was the 1977 N.L. MVP. He finished with 348 home runs to go with his five All Star selections.
Buddy Bell (1974, 1979 - 1983) totalled 2,514 hits, six Gold Gloves and five All Star game selections.
Steve Garvey (1975 - 1977, 1980 -1982) was the 1974 N.L. MVP, had 2599 hits, a .294 batting average, 272 home runs, and five 100+ RBI seasons. He earned MVP votes in nine seasons, had 10 All Star selections and four Gold Gloves.
Manny Sanguillen (1971 - 1974, 1976, 1991 Hispanic Legends) had 1,500 hits, was a three-time All Star and had a career batting average of .296.
Reggie Smith (1970 - 1972, 1975, 1978, 1981) was a seven-time All Star, had 2,020 hits, hit 314 home runs and batted .287. He also had MVP votes in seven seasons.
Vida Blue (1972, 1976, 1979 - 1982) was the only pitcher on list. His W-L record was 209-161. He had three 20+ win seasons and a 3.27 career ERA.
Many players have appeared on five Kellogg's cards without being inducted into the Hall of Fame.