The number of "hits" decreased again in 2015, with only 7 Phillies cards from the 2015 Topps Heritage set having clear and logical counterparts in the original 1966 Topps set. I assigned a "Hit" to card #52 in each set as both sets feature two power hitters in a "Power Plus" multi-player card. Unfortunately, there just wasn't a logical or meaningful choice of Phillies players to use for this card given the team's declining offense in 2014.
The average collector will never notice stuff like this, but if I worked for Topps you know I would have made sure the "M" in manager was capitalized on Ryne Sandberg's card in order to more closely approximate the original version. It also bums me out that the Phillies didn't receive a team card in the 2015 Topps Hertiage set.
If and when time permits, I'd like to go back through all the Topps Heritage sets to see which sets have the highest number of matches.
2012 Topps Heritage vs. 1963 Topps Phillies - 25 Hits
2013 Topps Heritage vs. 1964 Topps Phillies - 11 Hits