1983 Kellogg’s Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists and Details

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For 14 straight years, Kellogg’s brought cereal and baseball cards together. 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball is the bookend of that run, wrapping one of the most memorable food-issue series in the hobby’s history.

Landing under the 3-D Super Stars banner, the set sticks with its lenticular roots. As usual for Kellogg’s sets, the effect is both strong and distinct. Cards are smaller than traditional sports cards, measuring 1 7/8″ by 3 1/4″. Despite this, they still jam lots of info on the back. The text might be small, but there are full stats, a lengthy bio and vitals. You can even learn about players’ hobbies.




Like most Kellogg’s Baseball sets, the checklist has some meat to it, totalling 60 cards. Top cards in the set include Nolan Ryan, George Brett and Rickey Henderson. That said, everything is still very affordable and easy to track down.

After being a strictly mail-away release for the 1981 and 1982 sets, 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball made its way back into boxes for the first time in three years.

Collectors could still order a full set, through by sending in $3.95 plus a pair of proofs of purchases from Corn Flakes, Froot Loops, Sugar Frosted Flakes, Sugar Corn Pops or Sugar Smacks.

Most Valuable 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball Cards

These are the five most valuable 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball cards according to the Beckett price guide.

1. #31 Nolan Ryan, Houston Astros

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2. #4 George Brett, Kansas City Royals

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3. #8 Rickey Henderson, Oakland Athletics

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4. #21 Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinals

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5. #6 Pete Rose, Philadelphia Phillies

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1983 Kellogg’s Baseball cards at a glance:

Cards per cereal box: 1
Set size: 60 cards

Check 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball values in the Beckett price guide.

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1983 Kellogg’s Baseball Checklist

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1 Rod Carew
2 Rollie Fingers
3 Reggie Jackson
4 George Brett
5 Hal McRae
6 Pete Rose
7 Fernando Valenzuela
8 Rickey Henderson
9 Carl Yastrzemski
10 Rich Gossage
11 Eddie Murray
12 Buddy Bell
13 Jim Rice
14 Robin Yount
15 Dave Winfield
16 Harold Baines
17 Garry Templeton
18 Bill Madlock
19 Pete Vuckovich
20 Pedro Guerrero
21 Ozzie Smith
22 George Foster
23 Willie Wilson
24 Johnny Ray
25 George Hendrick
26 Andre Thornton
27 Leon Durham
28 Cecil Cooper
29 Don Baylor
30 Lonnie Smith

31 Nolan Ryan
32 Dan Quisenberry
33 Len Barker
34 Neil Allen
35 Jack Morris
36 Dave Stieb
37 Bruce Sutter
38 Jim Sundberg
39 Jim Palmer
40 Lance Parrish
41 Floyd Bannister
42 Larry Gura
43 Britt Burns
44 Toby Harrah
45 Steve Carlton
46 Greg Minton
47 Gorman Thomas
48 Jack Clark
49 Keith Hernandez
50 Greg Luzinski
51 Fred Lynn
52 Dale Murphy
53 Kent Hrbek
54 Bob Horner
55 Gary Carter
56 Carlton Fisk
57 Dave Concepcion
58 Mike Schmidt
59 Bill Buckner
60 Bob Grich

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Team Sets

1983 Kellogg’s Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball? Here’s the checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team.

Atlanta Braves Checklist

52 Dale Murphy
54 Bob Horner

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Baltimore Orioles Checklist

11 Eddie Murray
39 Jim Palmer

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Boston Red Sox Checklist

9 Carl Yastrzemski
13 Jim Rice

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California Angels Checklist

1 Rod Carew
3 Reggie Jackson
51 Fred Lynn
60 Bob Grich

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Chicago Cubs Checklist

27 Leon Durham
59 Bill Buckner

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Chicago White Sox Checklist

16 Harold Baines
41 Floyd Bannister
43 Britt Burns
50 Greg Luzinski
56 Carlton Fisk

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Cincinnati Reds Checklist

57 Dave Concepcion

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Cleveland Indians Checklist

26 Andre Thornton
33 Len Barker
44 Toby Harrah

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Detroit Tigers Checklist

35 Jack Morris
40 Lance Parrish

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Houston Astros Checklist

31 Nolan Ryan

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Kansas City Royals Checklist

4 George Brett
5 Hal McRae
23 Willie Wilson
32 Dan Quisenberry
42 Larry Gura – Seattle Mariners uniform

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Los Angeles Dodgers Checklist

7 Fernando Valenzuela
20 Pedro Guerrero

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Milwaukee Brewers Checklist

2 Rollie Fingers
14 Robin Yount
19 Pete Vuckovich
28 Cecil Cooper
47 Gorman Thomas

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Minnesota Twins Checklist

53 Kent Hrbek

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Montreal Expos Checklist

55 Gary Carter

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New York Mets Checklist

22 George Foster
34 Neil Allen

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New York Yankees Checklist

10 Rich Gossage
15 Dave Winfield
29 Don Baylor – California Angels uniform

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Oakland Athletics Checklist

8 Rickey Henderson

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Philadelphia Phillies Checklist

6 Pete Rose
45 Steve Carlton
58 Mike Schmidt

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Pittsburgh Pirates Checklist

18 Bill Madlock
24 Johnny Ray

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San Diego Padres Checklist

17 Garry Templeton

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San Francisco Giants Checklist

46 Greg Minton
48 Jack Clark

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Seattle Mariners Checklist

The Mariners have no cards in 1983 Kellogg’s Baseball, although #42 Larry Gura is shown in a Seattle uniform (he’s listed as a Kansas City Royal on the back).

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St. Louis Cardinals Checklist

21 Ozzie Smith
25 George Hendrick
30 Lonnie Smith
37 Bruce Sutter
49 Keith Hernandez

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Texas Rangers Checklist

12 Buddy Bell
38 Jim Sundberg

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Toronto Blue Jays Checklist

36 Dave Stieb

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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2 comments

  1. Timm 23 December, 2020 at 03:09

    Mcdonald’s in 1992 put out the gold cards set. Also Hostess cupcakes put out cards in 1993. Are these cards worth anything?

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