Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1956 Parkhurst Bud Grant 1956 Parkhurst 37 Bud Grant Winnipeg Blue Bombers end, defensive end Minnesota Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1994, Vikings Ring of Honor 1998 Grant and Warren Moon are the only people to have been elected to both the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Grant also played basketball for two seasons with the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers won the NBA Championship in 1950, at the end of his first season.
1956 Parkhurst Gord Rowland 1956 Parkhurst 38 Gord Rowland Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback PSA 5
1956 Parkhurst Glenn McWhinney 1956 Parkhurst 39 Glenn McWhinney Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback Error card

McWhinney's first name is misspelled "Glen" on the back of this card.
PSA 2
1956 Parkhurst Lorne Benson 1956 Parkhurst 40 Lorne Benson Winnipeg Blue Bombers fullback PSA 3 mk
1958 Topps CFL Willard Dewveall 1958 Topps CFL 23 Willard Dewveall Winnipeg Blue Bombers end SMU Dewveall played just one season for Winnipeg, 1958. He then played six seasons in the U.S.: two with the NFL's Chicago Bears and four with the AFL's Houston Oilers.
1958 Topps CFL Buddy Tinsley 1958 Topps CFL 27 Buddy Tinsley Winnipeg Blue Bombers tackle Baylor Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1982
1958 Topps CFL Steve Patrick 1958 Topps CFL 32 Steve Patrick Winnipeg Blue Bombers tackle
1958 Topps CFL Gord Rowland 1958 Topps CFL 36 Gord Rowland Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback exmt
1958 Topps CFL Herb Gray 1958 Topps CFL 37 Herb Gray Winnipeg Blue Bombers end Texas Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983
1958 Topps CFL Ken Ploen 1958 Topps CFL 40 Ken Ploen Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Iowa Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1975 Ploen won the Big Ten's MVP award, the Chicago Tribune Silver Football, in 1956.
1958 Topps CFL Gerry James 1958 Topps CFL 45 Gerry James Winnipeg Blue Bombers running back Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1981 James was the Canadian Player of the Year in 1954 and 1957.
1958 Topps CFL George Druxman 1958 Topps CFL 56 George Druxman Winnipeg Blue Bombers center Portland
1958 Topps CFL John Varone 1958 Topps CFL 74 John Varone Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback Miami Florida
1958 Topps CFL Ernie Pitts 1958 Topps CFL 78 Ernie Pitts Winnipeg Blue Bombers end Denver ex
1958 Topps CFL Keith Pearce 1958 Topps CFL 88 Keith Pearce Winnipeg Blue Bombers end, defensive back
1959 Topps CFL Norm Rauhaus 1959 Topps CFL 1 Norm Rauhaus Winnipeg Blue Bombers end Manitoba
1959 Topps CFL Cornel Piper 1959 Topps CFL 2 Cornel Piper Winnipeg Blue Bombers guard Error card

Piper's first name is misspelled "Cornell."
exmt
1959 Topps CFL Leo Lewis 1959 Topps CFL 3 Leo Lewis Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback Lincoln University Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1973, College Hall of Fame 2005 Lewis's son, Leo Lewis III, played for the Calgary Stampeders, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Minnesota Vikings, and Cleveland Browns. Leo III appeared on a couple of 1980s Topps cards. nm+
1959 Topps CFL Roger Savoie 1959 Topps CFL 4 Roger Savoie Winnipeg Blue Bombers tackle exmt
1959 Topps CFL Jim Van Pelt 1959 Topps CFL 5 Jim Van Pelt Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Michigan
1959 Topps CFL Herb Gray 1959 Topps CFL 6 Herb Gray Winnipeg Blue Bombers end Texas Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983
1959 Topps CFL Gerry James 1959 Topps CFL 7 Gerry James Winnipeg Blue Bombers running back Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1981 James's father, Eddie James, was also elected to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. nm
1959 Wheaties CFL Gerry James 1959 Wheaties CFL 16 Gerry James Winnipeg Blue Bombers running back Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1981
1959 Wheaties CFL Leo Lewis 1959 Wheaties CFL 23 Leo Lewis Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback Lincoln University Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1973, College Hall of Fame 2005
1959 Wheaties CFL Ken Ploen 1959 Wheaties CFL 35 Ken Ploen Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Iowa Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1975