I'm taking a look at the cereal boxes (or box backs) that Kellogg's printing to go along with their baseball card promotions. I stared at these boxes every time I ate a bowl of cereal. Did I keep them or cut out the cards? No. Did anyone else I know do that? No.
I have a few of these, but a collector named David sent me some of his pictures. I am jealous of his amazing collection. Other pictures just came from the internet. If you have other boxes not shown here please send along pictures, or better yet, please sell them or trade them to me (or him).
There are a few varieties. I've been paying attention to the largest card pictured and referring to the backs by each player's name - Seaver, Robinson, Killebrew.
Those who don't collect Kellogg's cards are mostly interested in finding nice versions of 1971s because of the lack of a mail-in offer for a complete set. Here are some boxes from that year.
I will stick to the regular Kellogg's set here.
I remember the cards being in a bunch of different cereals, but we didn't get Cocoa Krispies. Sugar Smacks worked for us though.
David just sent along more varieties from 1972. Here they are.