St. Louis Cardinals Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Don Gillis 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 1 Don Gillis St. Louis Cardinals center Rice PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Frank Fuller 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 2 Frank Fuller St. Louis Cardinals defensive tackle Kentucky PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals George Izo 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 3 George Izo St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Notre Dame
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Woodley Lewis 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 4 Woodley Lewis St. Louis Cardinals end Los Angeles City, Oregon
1960 Mayrose Cardinals King Hill 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 5 King Hill St. Louis Cardinals quarterback, punter Rice Hill split time at quarterback at Rice University with Frank Ryan.
1960 Mayrose Cardinals John David Crow 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 6 John David Crow St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M Heisman Trophy 1957, College Hall of Fame 1976 Crow had an 83-yard run in the second game of his career, in 1958. That is still a Cardinals team record. PSA 10, PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Bill Stacy 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 7 Bill Stacy St. Louis Cardinals defensive back Mississippi State Stacy led the NFL with 2 punt returns for touchdowns in 1959. PSA 10
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Ted Bates 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 8 Ted Bates St. Louis Cardinals linebacker Oregon State Bates is a member of the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Mike McGee 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 9 Mike McGee St. Louis Cardinals guard Duke Outland Trophy 1959, College Hall of Fame 1990 PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Bobby Joe Conrad 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 10 Bobby Joe Conrad St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M Conrad played several positions during his NFL career: halfback, defensive back, kicker, and wide receiver. He also returned punts and kickoffs. PSA 8
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Ken Panfil 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 11 Ken Panfil St. Louis Cardinals tackle Purdue
1960 Topps King Hill 1960 Topps 103 King Hill St. Louis Cardinals quarterback, punter Rice King's full name was Stuart King Hill. nm+, PSA 6
1960 Topps Mal Hammack 1960 Topps 104 Mal Hammack St. Louis Cardinals defensive back Florida nm oc
1960 Topps John David Crow 1960 Topps 105 John David Crow St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M Heisman Trophy 1957, College Hall of Fame 1976 In 1960, Crow became the first Cardinal to rush for 200 yards in a game and 1000 in a season. He had 203 yards in a game against Pittsburgh and a total of 1071 yards for the year. nm
1960 Topps Bobby Joe Conrad 1960 Topps 106 Bobby Joe Conrad St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M nm+
1960 Topps Woodley Lewis 1960 Topps 107 Woodley Lewis St. Louis Cardinals end Los Angeles City, Oregon nm
1960 Topps Don Gillis 1960 Topps 108 Don Gillis St. Louis Cardinals center Rice nm
1960 Topps Carl Brettschneider 1960 Topps 109 Carl Brettschneider St. Louis Cardinals linebacker Iowa State PSA 8, exmt
1960 Topps Leo Sugar 1960 Topps 110 Leo Sugar St. Louis Cardinals defensive end Purdue nm
1960 Topps Frank Fuller 1960 Topps 111 Frank Fuller St. Louis Cardinals defensive tackle Kentucky Rookie card nm
1960 Topps St. Louis Cardinals Team 1960 Topps 112 St. Louis Cardinals Team St. Louis Cardinals PSA 8, nm
1960 Topps Metallic Stickers St. Louis Cardinals 1960 Topps Metallic Stickers 11 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals
1961 Fleer Mal Hammack 1961 Fleer 20 Mal Hammack St. Louis Cardinals defensive back Florida PSA 8
1961 Fleer Frank Mestnik 1961 Fleer 21 Frank Mestnik St. Louis Cardinals fullback Marquette PSA 8
1961 Fleer Bobby Joe Conrad 1961 Fleer 22 Bobby Joe Conrad St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M