When I look back at the 1985 Topps baseball card set, I have mixed feelings.
There are some fantastic rookie cards to chase and plenty of star power.
But, the set almost seems to be a collection of "what might have been" stories...
Scandal caught up with Clemens and McGwire.
Drugs and alcohol caught up with Gooden and Strawberry.
Injuries caught up to Mattingly and Davis.
Don't get me wrong, there are many positive vibes to this set and it's packed with plenty of Hall of Famers.
It's just that there could have been even more Hall of Famers packed within.
Regardless, the set has held up well over time and remains quite popular in the baseball card community.
And in this guide, I'll run through the ten most valuable.
Let's jump right in!