Made for Topps and O-Pee-Chee by Panini, an Italian company, these 330 stickers measure approximately 1 15/16" by 2 9/16" and are numbered on both front and back. The fronts feature white-bordered color player photos framed with a colored and a black line. The colored line is red for AL players and blue for NL players. The backs carry player names and a bilingual ad for the O-Pee-Chee sticker album. The album, onto which the stickers could be affixed, was available at retail stores. The album and the sticker numbering are organized as follows: Home Run Kings (1-14), AL Pitching and Batting Leaders (15-22), Baltimore Orioles (23-30), Boston Red Sox (31-38), California Angels (39-46), Chicago White Sox (47-54), Cleveland Indians (55-62), Detroit Tigers (63-70), Kansas City Royals (71-78), Milwaukee Brewers (79-86), Minnesota Twins (87-94), New York Yankees (95-102), Oakland A's (103-110), Seattle Mariners (111-118), Texas Rangers (119-126), Toronto Blue Jays (127-134), 1982 Record Breakers (135-146), 1982 Championship Series (147-158), AL and NL All-Stars (159-178), 1982 World Series (179-190), 1982 Record Breakers (191-202), NL Pitching and Batting Leaders (203-210), Atlanta Braves (211-218), Chicago Cubs (219-226), Cincinnati Reds (227-234), Houston Astros (235-242), Los Angeles Dodgers (243-250), Montreal Expos (251-258), New York Mets (259-266), Philadelphia Phillies (267-274), Pittsburgh Pirates (275-282), St. Louis Cardinals (283-290), San Diego Padres (291-298), San Francisco Giants (299-306), and Stars of the Future (307-330). Wade Boggs and Ryne Sandberg are featured during their Rookie Card year.