Click to enlarge1983 Topps Anaheim (California) Angels Baseball Card Team Set

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The 1983 Topps Anaheim (California) Angels MLB Team Set contains 40 Angels baseball cards including Star Players like Reggie Jackson, Tommy John, Rod Carew, Fred Lynn, Don Baylor, Luis Tiant and Bob Boone. All cards in the set are listed below.

27 Doug Corbett - 53 Mike Witt - 79 Mick Kelleher - 105 Don Baylor - 131 Ed Ott - 158 Rob Wilfong - 178 Luis Tiant - 179 Luis Tiant SV - 184 Bob Clark - 200 Rod Carew - 201 Rod Carew SV - 236 Steve Renko - 262 Ron Jackson - 276 Gene Mauch MG - 315 Rick Burleson - 341 Doug DeCinces - 386 Rod Carew All-Star - 387 Bob Grich All-Star - 390 Reggie Jackson All-Star - 392 Fred Lynn All-Star - 416 Joe Ferguson - 442 Brian Downing - 468 Dave Goltz - 500 Reggie Jackson - 501 Reggie Jackson SV - 520 Fred Lynn - 547 Geoff Zahn - 573 Andy Hassler - 599 Don Aase - 623 Luis Sanchez - 625 Ken Forsch - 651 Angels Team Leaders - 678 Juan Beniquez - 712 Bruce Kison - 735 Tommy John - 736 Tommy John SV - 738 Tim Foli - 765 Bob Boone - 777 John Curtis - 790 Bob Grich


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