George Brett RCs & More, Pt. 2

‘Mullet’s’ Top Cards to Collect

Date: Apr 22, 2024
Topics: Baseball, George Brett MLB, Rookie Cards
Length: 451 Words
Reading Time: ~3 Minutes

Calling all baseball card enthusiasts! It’s time to lace up your cleats and take a swing at the exciting world of George Brett rookie cards and beyond. With roots firmly planted in the heartland of America, Brett emerged as a true diamond dynamo, boasting an impressive .305 career batting average, over 3,000 hits, and 13 All-Star selections. As a Hall of Famer, Brett’s influence on the game transcends generations, making his cards prized possessions for collectors everywhere. So grab your glove and get ready to round the bases on a thrilling adventure through the illustrious career of this baseball legend!


George Brett Cards to Collect


George Brett Cards

2012 Topps Triple Threads #TTAR-29 George Brett Auto Game Used Relic 1/1

In 2012 Topps Triple Threads, collectors were treated to an array of relic inserts, including an autographed relic set boasting 1-of-1 cards. Nestled in one pack of Triple Threads was the 2012 Topps Triple Threads #TTAR-29 George Brett Auto Game Used Relic 1/1. What sets this card apart? It’s not just the autograph or the rarity—it’s the ingenious use of the relic to spell out Brett’s iconic nickname, “Mullet.” Talk about adding some serious razzle-dazzle to the mix! 

George Brett Cards

1976 Topps #19 George Brett

The 1976 Topps #19 George Brett card holds a special place in baseball card history as it’s Brett’s second appearance in a Topps Base set. This card commemorates Brett’s breakout 1976 season, which marked his first All-Star appearance. With impressive stats, including a .333 batting average, 215 hits, and 32 doubles, Brett’s rookie card from 1975 may have laid the foundation, but this card truly solidifies his rise to stardom.

George Brett Cards

1993 Topps Finest #63 George Brett Refractor

Supposedly, the odds of pulling a refractor in 1993 Topps Finest were extremely slim. And when we mean slim, we mean like one per box. That makes the chances of landing the 1993 Topps Finest #63 George Brett Refractor Wiz Khalifa slim. The 1993 set was also Topps’ introduction into the premium card space, which only adds to the mystique of this card. 

George Brett Cards

1975 Topps Mini #228 George Brett RC

Topps first released its mini card series as a parallel to base sets in 1975. So you know what that means? The iconic 1975 Topps Mini #228 George Brett RC was a part of the experiment. Things went so well, Topps continues to produce minis to this day.

George Brett Cards

1975 Topps #228 George Brett RC

The 1975 Topps #228 George Brett RC is widely regarded as one of the most significant cards of the 1970s, if not all time. With a PSA 10 often fetching figures in the five-figure range, acquiring one is akin to striking gold. So, to collectors on the hunt, Happy Hunting!


George Brett RCs & More, Pt. 1


George Brett RCs & More, Pt. 1

Top George Brett Cards

Date: Apr 22, 2024
Topics: Baseball, George Brett, MLB, Rookie Cards
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