The first year the Goudey Gum company issued baseball cards was in 1933. The 240 card set was the first cards to be sold with a stick of gum.
The first baseball card set issued by Leaf was in 1960. The set consisted of 144 black & white baseball cards. In 1977 TCMA/Renata Galasso issued a 45 card reprint of this set as a promotion. Customers who bought complete sets of baseball cards received the reprint set for free.
No such set exists. UD's first set was 1989 Baseball.
The 1970 Kellogg's baseball card set consist of 75 cards that measure approximately 2 1/4" x 3 1/2". This was the first baseball card set issued by Kellogg's. The plastic covered cards were made to look 3-D. The cards were individually inserted in specially marked boxes of Kellogg's cereal. See Related Links for more information and checklist
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The first Donruss set was issued in 1981. The 1981 Donruss baseball card set consists of 660 baseball cards. There were numerous errors on the first print run that were later corrected by the company during the second printing. See Related Links foe a complete checklist that includes notations for all errors, variations, rookie cards and more.
The first important set of written rules was scribed by Alexander Cartwright, of the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club, and published on September 20, 1845
Alexander Cartwright drew up the first set of standardized rules for the game of baseball in 1845.
The 1951 rookies released by Bowman is considered the first ever baseball rookie in the history of baseball trading cards. The 1951 set included rookies of Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays.