|Box of 1982 K-Mart set.|
|1962 NL MVP Maury Wills, again featuring the card that never existed.|
|1979 AL MVP Don Baylor, may he rest in peace.|
The cards feature the MVPs from both the NL and the AL for each year in the given timeframe. I must have bought this at a show; it would have already been at least 5 years old when I bought it. The cards were well-preserved in their box, and all have nice, sharp corners.
I'll take this opportunity to comment on Don Baylor's passing. I hadn't heard the news that he died until a few days after, when I saw a tribute on another baseball card blog. As I've mentioned before, I've always been a fan of the near-Hall-of-Famers, and I think Baylor fits neatly into that category. I thought of him earlier this year when Pirates infielder Josh Harrison was hit by pitches in four consecutive at-bats; I heard many years ago that Baylor was one of baseball's all-time leaders in being hit by pitches. I don't think I had any of his cards set aside in my binder of favorite cards, so I'm glad that I came across this card from the K-Mart set to post.