Baltimore Colts Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1956 Topps||96||Buddy Young||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Illinois||College Hall of Fame 1968||nm oc|
|1956 Topps||108||George Shaw||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Oregon||Rookie card
The Colts chose Shaw with the first overall pick in the 1955 NFL draft.
|1956 Topps||120||Billy Vessels||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Oklahoma||Heisman Trophy 1952, College Hall of Fame 1974||Rookie card
Vessels played for the Edmonton Eskimos, then with the Western Interprovincial Football Union, in 1953. He won the Canadian Rugby Union's most outstanding player award, the Schenley Award, that season. After serving in the U.S. military, Vessels played the 1956 season with the Baltimore Colts.
|1957 Topps||5||Gino Marchetti||Baltimore Colts||defensive end||San Francisco||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1972|
|1957 Topps||17||Art Spinney||Baltimore Colts||guard||Boston College|
|1957 Topps||29||Billy Vessels||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Oklahoma||Heisman Trophy 1952, College Hall of Fame 1974||Vessels did not play in 1957; he left football after the 1956 season.|
|1957 Topps||41||Bert Rechichar||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||Tennessee|
|1957 Topps||53||Alan Ameche||Baltimore Colts||fullback||Wisconsin||Heisman Trophy 1954, College Hall of Fame 1975|
|1957 Topps||65||Art Donovan||Baltimore Colts||defensive tackle||Boston College, Notre Dame||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968|
|1957 Topps||77||Carl Taseff||Baltimore Colts||halfback, defensive back||John Carroll||Taseff and Al Nelson share the NFL record for most missed field goals returned for touchdowns. Each player had two in his career.|
|1957 Topps||86||Royce Womble||Baltimore Colts||halfback, flanker||North Texas|
|1957 Topps||94||Raymond Berry||Baltimore Colts||end||SMU||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1973||Rookie card||PSA 5, PSA 4 mk, PSA 3|
|1957 Topps||103||Jim Mutscheller||Baltimore Colts||end||Notre Dame|
|1957 Topps||115||George Shaw||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Oregon||Shaw placed eighth in voting for the 1954 Heisman Trophy. See my page of football cards of Heisman candidates.|
|1957 Topps||128||Lenny Moore||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Penn State||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975|
|1957 Topps||138||John Unitas||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Louisville||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1979||Rookie card||PSA 7 mc, PSA 5, PSA 3 mk|
|1958 Topps||10||Lenny Moore||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Penn State||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975|
|1958 Topps||12||Alan Ameche||Baltimore Colts||fullback||Wisconsin||Heisman Trophy 1954, College Hall of Fame 1975||Ameche scored the winning touchdown in the 1958 NFL Championship Game, the "Greatest Game Ever Played."|
|1958 Topps||14||Jim Mutscheller||Baltimore Colts||end||Notre Dame||PSA 8|
|1958 Topps||16||Gino Marchetti||Baltimore Colts||defensive end||San Francisco||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1972||PSA 7|
|1958 Topps||22||John Unitas||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Louisville||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1979||Error card
Back of card says Unitas's college was Pittsburgh, but he went to Louisville.
|1958 Topps||74||Bert Rechichar||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||Tennessee|
|1958 Topps||98||Milt Davis||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Los Angeles City, UCLA||Rookie card
In 1957, Davis led the NFL with 10 interceptions, 219 interception return yards, and 2 interceptions returned for touchdowns.
|1958 Topps||106||Art Donovan||Baltimore Colts||defensive tackle||Boston College, Notre Dame||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968|
|1958 Topps||110||Baltimore Colts Team||Baltimore Colts||The picture on this card was taken in 1957, but before the team's roster was final. Some of the players in the photo were drafted by the Colts in 1957, but they did not play in the regular season.|