Bazooka is a funny word. It's an odd name for a bubblegum brand, given its military meaning. Bazooka gum first appeared on the market in 1947, so it feels like there must be a link to the weapon. I suppose a soldier blows things up with a bazooka and a gum-chewer could blow something up too - a bubble.
As a side-note, my local post office has just started selling packets of Bazooka gum, complete with Bazooka Joe comic strips inside. No baseball comics yet, though.
Card Number 778: Topps Bazooka, 1988; #9
These cards were available in boxes of specially marked Bazooka gum, which was a Topps brand of confectionary. There were 22 cards to collect.
Card Number 779: Topps Bazooka, 1990; #6
Design-wise this is a much better effort from Topps.
If you want to fill in the gaps in this gum-based post, then you can read about the 1989 Bazooka card here!
Total: 779 cards