Click to enlarge1992 Topps Gold Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Card Team Set

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The 1992 Topps Gold Pittsburgh Pirates MLB Team Set contains 30 Pittsburgh Pirates baseball cards including Star Players like Barry Bonds, Bobby Bonilla, Andy Van Slyke, Doug Drabek, Jose Lind, Mike LaValliere, Jay Bell and Bob Walk. The 1992 Topps Gold Cards are much more rare than the regular 1992 Topps cards. The production run was 12,000 sets. The Topps Gold cards were also available in regular series packs. According to Topps, on average collectors would find one Topps Gold card in every 36 wax packs, one in every 18 cello packs, one in every 12 rak packs, five per Vending box, one in every six jumbo packs, and ten per regular factory set. All cards in the set are listed below.

9 Jon Farrell - 43 Jose Lind - 64 Bob Kipper - 89 Neal Heaton - 122 Gary Varsho - 141 Jim Leyland - 160 Bobby Bonilla - 209 Lloyd McClendon - 232 John Smiley - 263 Bob Patterson - 282 John Wehner - 312 Mike LaValliere - 345 Zane Smith - 380 Barry Bonds - 390 Barry Bonds AS - 392 Bobby Bonilla AS - 440 Doug Drabek - 453 Gary Redus - 466 Stan Belinda - 486 Bob Walk - 524 Don Slaught - 545 Andy Van Slyke - 571 Randy Tomlin - 582 Vicente Palacios - 622 Steve Buechele - 637 Orlando Merced - 661 Bill Landrum - 693 Jeff King - 712 Curt Wilkerson - 779 Jay Bell


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