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August 16, 2016 | Vol. 17 Issue 16
 
In this issue:
 
  The 1966 Topps Baseball Card Set Turns 50 – Don’t Judge a Set by Its Cover
 
  The Lore of Lasorda – SMR Interviews the Legendary Former Skipper
 
  Collecting Mike Trout – Reeling in the Best Cards of the Angels Superstar
 
  Survey
 
 
 


 
 
The 1966 Topps Baseball Card Set Turns 50 – Don’t Judge a Set by Its Cover
 
It’s hard to believe, but the 1966 Topps baseball card set turned 50 this year. From the first card in the set (#1 Willie Mays) to the final card in the set (#598 Gaylord Perry), this colorful production remains popular with collectors. In the following article, we break down the set, from Mickey to Palmer to Koufax. 
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The Lore of Lasorda – SMR Interviews the Legendary Former Skipper
 
Beyond being a Hall of Fame manager and one of the greatest ambassadors the game has ever seen, Tommy Lasorda has always been one of the best interviews in the sport. The following interview is no exception. Lasorda talks with PSA about his incredible life and the strangest thing he was ever asked to sign. 
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Collecting Mike Trout – Reeling in the Best Cards of the Angels Superstar
 
There are several players in baseball that have made a big impact in recent years, from Bryce Harper to Buster Posey. While there are many talented young players in the game, perhaps no other player has been quite as good as Mike Trout. In the next article, we look at some of Trout’s best cards.  
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10 Tips for Building a Better Collection: PSA10 Webcast Series
 
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Survey
 

Which of the following 1966 Topps baseball cards do you like best?

 
  1. #1 Willie Mays
  2. #30 Pete Rose
  3. #50 Mickey Mantle
  4. #126 Jim Palmer
 
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Set Registry Spotlight
 
2016 PSA Set Registry Luncheon!
We had a full house for the annual PSA Set Registry Luncheon at the National! There were several new faces as well as many familiar ones and a good time was had by all. We want to thank everyone who came to the luncheon. We could not do it without you! To view images from the luncheon, please click here.
 
 
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