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Friday, June 5, 2015

Which Kellogg's Baseball Card Set is Pictured Most Frequently in My Posts?

It is my plan to picture every Kellogg's baseball card and related item at some point.  I haven't been following any pattern so I thought I'd start keeping track of this.  Since I actually got to Mario Guerrero already I'd like to see how I'm doing.

This is my 85th post.  For the first 84 posts here are some statistics.

Here is a count of how many times cards from each set have been listed.  This is skewed because I've shown the All-Time Greats many times and when I show two Gehrig cards I count it twice.  Why?  I'm too lazy to trim the picture and I like the way the cards look together.

I didn't include the sheet of 108 cards from 1973 that is pictured and is currently the background for the blog.  I also didn't include the cards pictured in the blog title.

1970 - 31
1971 - 21
1972 - 18
1973 - 18
1974 - 8
1975 - 13
1976 - 6
1977 - 13
1978 - 17
1979 - 15
1980 - 7
1981 - 38
1982 - 18
1983 - 16


1968 Topps 3D - 3
1970 Iron-ons - 4
1972 ATG - 24
1991 Legends - 3
1991 All-Star - 1
1992 All-Star 0
1993 Clemente - 3

The 1974 set was the first one I completed by fighting my brothers for the box of Frosted Flakes.   The 1976 set has always been a favorite of mine.  Neither of these two appear frequently.  I will certainly make some changes to that.

Even though the 1981 set is not worth much I really like it.  It has great player selection.

I guess I should put a picture into this post even though it won't count in the statistics above.



There's an easy solution from an earlier post.  No counting issues now.




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