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For fans of the old “Bash Brothers”, 1990 Fleer baseball cards just may be the ultimate tribute to a team that never quite lived up to lofty expectations.

Back in those days, Fleer employed a unique numbering scheme that placed the World Series champions at the top of the set, with players order1990-fleer-baseball-card-wax-box-new-10ed alphabetically. From there, teams were represented in order of their winning percentage from the year before, starting with the best and working down  the standings.

In the spring of 1990, the Oakland A’s were coming off a world championship in 1989, so Fleer dedicated card #1 to Lance Blankenship and rounds out their regular-player issues on #620 with Frank Williams of the Detroit Tigers, who had fallen on hard times1990-Fleer-Atlanta-Braves-Stickers in ’89 — all the way to 59-103.

For the A’s, who were supposed to have won a Series in 1988 and 1990, and maybe 1992, that 1989 season was a high-water mark that they have yet to recapture.

For the other 25 teams (at the time) and their fans, 1990 Fleer was just another in a long line of mass-produced sets that commemorated another year that ended without a ring and was long-ago shoved into a shoe box deep in the closet of our diamond memories.

That doesn’t mean it’s not worth another look more than a quarter of a century later, though, because its part of our collecting heritage, like it or not.

Bonus:  This post is part of a series of guides to some of the most iconic baseball card sets of all time. Click here to be notified when a new post in this series goes live.

We’re Bright and Family Friendly1990-Fleer-Chris-Sabo

By the time the first wax packs hit store shelves in 1990, Fleer was reeling from events of the previous card-buying season and had to be a bit gun-shy about their new issue. After all, they were the only card company to ever lay out the “F” word, in clear focus and right-side-up, for the enjoyment of young fans.

Thank you, Billy Ripken and a flawed proofing/editing/butt-covering process.

So, while Topps was busy whipping up their Chiclet-inspired color explosion and Donruss was preparing to bleed through our wax packs, Fleer took a more conservative approach to their design.

Gone were the gray pin-striped borders and obscenities from 1989, replaced with blazing white margins and a focus on team branding.

Each card front st1990-Fleer-Randy-Johnson-Backarts off with the Fleer logo in the upper left-hand corner, complemented by a colorful team logo in the upper right.

The player photo extends beyond the upper border — usually the top of a cap — and is set off by a team-colored pipe on the left, right, and top. The bottom features a folded, waving banner with the player’s name on the left and his position on the right.

Photo quality is not perfect but in general is much better than what Fleer offered in the 1980s, and the overall “mood” of the card front is that of a kids’ birthday party — all bright and ribbony and fluffy.

No swear words to be found.

Turn over a 1990 Fleer card, and it’s much of the same.1990-Fleer-Hector-Villanueva

A red rectangle with rounded top corners and a banner-ish bottom border leads off each obverse and displays the player’s name and vital stats, capped off with the Fleer name and card number inside a baseball in the upper right-hand.

The middle two thirds of the card is devoted to a table of complete stats, including minor league numbers for most players. For younger guys, the stats box is followed by a “Did You Know?” block of more more detailed tidbits.

Did YOU know, for example, that the first batter Randy Johnson (6’10”) faced in the Major Leagues was John Cangelosi (5’6″ according to Fleer) of the Pittsburgh Pirates?

If there was anything that distinguished the Fleer baseball set from its competitors in 1990 it was the “Vital Signs” feature that finished off each card back.

There, in an early nod to sabermetrics, you can find three advanced stats for each player: OBP, SLG, and strikeout ratio for batters; walk ratio, strikeout ratio, and OBA for pitche1990-Fleer-Sammy-Sosars.

All in all, it’s a safe design that was likely intended to keep Fleer on the straight and narrow a year after their F-face debacle.

Safety in Numbers

Also safe was Fleer’s player selection in 1990.

In an era when printing baseball cards was still thought to be akin to printing actual money, the denominations you were cranking out tended to be dictated by the rookie cards in your set.1990-Fleer-Tony-Gwynn

In 1990, Fleer — and the other manufacturers — had plenty of material to work with when it came to first-year bling.

Among the rookies blazing their way through 1990 Fleer baseball were Juan Gonzalez (#297), Marquis Grissom (#347), Larry Walker (#363), Sammy Sosa (#548), David Justice (#586), Moises Alou (#650), and Delino DeShields (#653).

And those are just the guys who still look good decades later, now that their full stories have been written.

At various points along the way, players like Mike Fetters, Eric Anthony, Alex Cole, Lenny Harris, Kent Mercker, Kevin Maas, and Derrick May provided hope for their teams and a bit of extra exposure for the 1990 set.

Of course, beyond just rookies, Fleer was able to include the biggest stars in the game among their 660 base cards. A few names you might recognize include Mark McGwire, Cal1990-Fleer-Players-of-the-Decade-Jose-Canseco Ripken, Ken Griffey, Nolan Ryan, Roger Clemens, Tony Gwynn — you name him, and if he was a star in the early 1990s, Fleer had him.

Well, except for Frank Thomas. Fleer managed to miss out on the Big Hurt, but they had company on that front, as Donruss whiffed, too.

Otherwise, 1990 Fleer baseball cards had just about everything a collector could want, and more.

A Boxed Set in a Base Set!

Beyond it’s team-grouped player cards, roughly 24 per club, Fleer offered up a handful of subsets to build in variety for its 1990 set. Among these were:

  • Players of the Decade (cards #621-630) — ten of the biggest stars of the 80s, one for each year, to commemorate Fleer’s 10th major set, pres1990-Fleer-League-Standouts-Barry-Larkinented in a format that you’d swear came straight out of one of Fleer’s 287 (or so) boxed sets.
  • Super Star Specials (cards #631-639) — nine cards featuring superstar mashups such as “Leagues (sic) Best Shortstops” and “A.L. All-Stars”
  • Major League Prospects (cards #640-653) — twofer rookie combos that defy all attempts to draw connections between the paired players
  • Checklists (cards #654-660) — selfless cards who exist only to talk about other cards

Through the clever inclusion of these special features, Fleer was able to crank out three different Cal Ripken cards, two Jose Cansecos, and three Don Mattingly pasteboards, among other multiples.

What better 350px-Mitchell_1990_Fleer_World_Series_2_Fway to serve a star-hungry collecting public than to stuff your set with as many of the starriest players as possible?

Buy Them Like This and Get These!

Well, one way that Fleer and its competitors sought to draw us in was by including inserts in the various types of packs they used to distribute their cards. Among the options in 1990 were:

  • Wax packs that contained 15 cards and a team logo sticker, and were sold 36 per box.1990-Fleer-update-set
  • Canadian wax packs that contained just 10 cards and a team logo sticker, but came 48 per box.
  • Blue cello packs that offered 33 cards and three stickers and came 24 per box.
  • Green jumbo packs that came with 43 cards and three stickers, with 24 packs per box.
  • Rack packs that contained 45 cards and three stickers, coming 24 per box.

Included among the cards in these packs were three insert sets:

  • All-Stars: a 12-card set issued in wax and cello packs
  • Soaring Stars: 12 promising youngsters, seeded in jumbo packs
  • League Standouts: 6 league leaders available only in rack packs

In ad1990-Fleer-Box-Bottom-Ken-Griffeydition to all of these distribution methods, Fleer also offered a complete factory set, which included a 12-card set featuring highlights from the 1989 World Series.

Fleer tagged on another “set” of cards to its 1990 efforts, too, issuing 21 players and seven team logos as  wax-box-bottom cards in seven panels of four.

Finally, of course, the end of the season brought the 1990 Fleer Update set, which rectified their Frank Thomas lapse. Among the other 131 cards were rookie issues of Steve Avery and Jose Offerman (and others), and the first Fleer cards of stars like Dave Winfield and Cecil Fielder in new uniforms.

Yellow Streak

And, if all of those options don’t completely satisfy your 1990 Fleer cravings, you can rest easy knowing that there would still be some work to do in order to compile a complete master set of the Philadelphia company’s 10th baseball set.

In particular, there are several errors and variations among 1990 Fleer baseball cards, including:1990-Fleer-Dave-Martinez-Error

  • Card #15 contends that Mark McGwire scored only 4 runs — as opposed to 74 — in 1989.
  • Card #353 of Dave Martinez can be found with either a red or gold “90” on the front.
  • Alvaro Espinoza is credited with the wrong number of career games played on number 441.
  • (Don’t Call Me) Joey Belle gets Jay Bell’s “Did You Know” treatment on card #485.
  • Card #586 credits David Justice with an incorrect number of doubles at Sumter in 1986.
  • Card #590 reports two different ERAs for Kent Mercker.
  • Card #621 credits George Brett with 10 seasons of batting over either .300 or .390 (wow!).
  • Even legends aren’t immune to misspellings, as Cal “Ripkin” found out on #624 — at least it was later corrected.1990-Fleer-Dave-Martinez-Correct
  • Will Clark is listed with either 32 or 321 (correct) total bases on #630.

If you’re keeping score, that brings the total number of cards in the base set to 664, including variations.

It should be noted that the Martinez “yellow” variation appears to be extremely scarce and hardly ever comes up for sale. So, does that make it priceless or premium-less? Hard to say, but it’s probably somewhere in between.

What’s the Price of Infinity?

Spea1990-Fleer-Superstar-Specials-Fernandez-Ripkenking of value, the 1990 Fleer set presents an interesting case. By the time it was issued, we were already getting the inkling that our yearly influx of cardboard was not exactly limited, and, as a consequence, this set never appreciated much in value.

Today, you can still find unopened 1990 Fleer product in just about every form and in quantities large enough to choke even the most prodigious landfill.

So, the question again is, does that make the set worthless?

Maybe not worthless, exactly, but certainly not priceless and maybe not even worthwhile for some collectors.

But there is something to be said for cards that you can buy in their original form nearly three decades after their issue for less than they cost when they first appeared on store shelves. At last check, you could pick up complete sets for well under $10 each on eBay, and full wax boxes would set you back around five bucks each1990-Fleer-DeSheilds-Grimsley

That’s less than 15 cents per pack, and it’s a heck of a bargain when you look into the going rate for time machines these days.

No amount of 1990 Fleer baseball cards will make you rich, but a pack or two just might make you happier for a few minutes and give you a shot of nostalgia like only the Wax Pack Gods ca.

 

 

 

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MLP – Major League Prospects

POTD – Players of the Decade

SS – Superstar Specials


1 Lance Blankenship

2 Todd Burns

3 Jose Canseco

4 Jim Corsi

5 Storm Davis

6 Dennis Eckersley

7 Mike Gallego

8 Ron Hassey

9 Dave Henderson

10 Rickey Henderson

11 Rick Honeycutt

12 Stan Javier

13 Felix Jose

14 Carney Lansford

15 Mark McGwire

16 Mike Moore

17 Gene Nelson

18 Dave Parker

19 Tony Phillips

20 Terry Steinbach

21 Dave Stewart

22 Walt Weiss

23 Bob Welch

24 Curt Young

25 Paul Assenmacher

26 Damon Berryhill

27 Mike Bielecki

28 Kevin Blankenship

29 Andre Dawson

30 Shawon Dunston

31 Joe Girardi

32 Mark Grace

33 Mike Harkey

34 Paul Kilgus

35 Les Lancaster

36 Vance Law

37 Greg Maddux

38 Lloyd McClendon

39 Jeff Pico

40 Ryne Sandberg

41 Scott Sanderson

42 Dwight Smith

43 Rick Sutcliffe

44 Jerome Walton

45 Mitch Webster

46 Curt Wilkerson

47 Dean Wilkins

48 Mitch Williams

49 Steve Wilson

50 Steve Bedrosian

51 Mike Benjamin RC

52 Jeff Brantley

53 Brett Butler

54 Will Clark

55 Kelly Downs

56 Scott Garrelts

57 Atlee Hammaker

58 Terry Kennedy

59 Mike LaCoss

60 Craig Lefferts

61 Greg Litton

62 Candy Maldonado

63 Kirt Manwaring

64 Randy McCament

65 Kevin Mitchell

66 Donell Nixon

67 Ken Oberkfell

68 Rick Reuschel

69 Ernest Riles

70 Don Robinson

71 Pat Sheridan

72 Chris Speier

73 Robby Thompson

74 Jose Uribe

75 Matt Williams

76 George Bell

77 Pat Borders

78 John Cerutti

79 Junior Felix

80 Tony Fernandez

81 Mike Flanagan

82 Mauro Gozzo RC

83 Kelly Gruber

84 Tom Henke

85 Jimmy Key

86 Manny Lee

87 Nelson Liriano

88 Lee Mazzilli

89 Fred McGriff

90 Lloyd Moseby

91 Rance Mulliniks

92 Alex Sanchez

93 Dave Stieb

94 Todd Stottlemyre

95 Duane Ward

96 David Wells

97 Ernie Whitt

98 Frank Wills

99 Mookie Wilson

100 Kevin Appier

101 Luis Aquino

102 Bob Boone

103 George Brett

104 Jose DeJesus

105 Luis De Los Santos

106 Jim Eisenreich

107 Steve Farr

108 Tom Gordon

109 Mark Gubicza

110 Bo Jackson

111 Terry Leach

112 Charlie Leibrandt

113 Rick Luecken

114 Mike Macfarlane

115 Jeff Montgomery

116 Bret Saberhagen

117 Kevin Seitzer

118 Kurt Stillwell

119 Pat Tabler

120 Danny Tartabull

121 Gary Thurman

122 Frank White

123 Willie Wilson

124 Matt Winters

125 Jim Abbott

126 Tony Armas

127 Dante Bichette

128 Bert Blyleven

129 Chili Davis

130 Brian Downing

131 Mike Fetters RC

132 Chuck Finley

133 Willie Fraser

134 Bryan Harvey

135 Jack Howell

136 Wally Joyner

137 Jeff Manto

138 Kirk McCaskill

139 Bob McClure

140 Greg Minton

141 Lance Parrish

142 Dan Petry

143 Johnny Ray

144 Dick Schofield

145 Lee Stevens

146 Claudell Washington

147 Devon White

148 Mike Witt

149 Roberto Alomar

150 Sandy Alomar, Jr.

151 Andy Benes

152 Jack Clark

153 Pat Clements

154 Joey Cora

155 Mark Davis

156 Mark Grant

157 Tony Gwynn

158 Greg W. Harris

159 Bruce Hurst

160 Darrin Jackson

161 Chris James

162 Carmelo Martinez

163 Mike Pagliarulo

164 Mark Parent

165 Dennis Rasmussen

166 Bip Roberts

167 Benito Santiago

168 Calvin Schiraldi

169 Eric Show

170 Garry Templeton

171 Ed Whitson

172 Brady Anderson

173 Jeff Ballard

174 Phil Bradley

175 Mike Devereaux

176 Steve Finley

177 Pete Harnisch

178 Kevin Hickey

179 Brian Holton

180 Ben McDonald

181 Bob Melvin

182 Bob Milacki

183 Randy Milligan

184 Gregg Olson

185 Joe Orsulak

186 Bill Ripken

187 Cal Ripken

188 Dave Schmidt

189 Larry Sheets

190 Mickey Tettleton

191 Mark Thurmond

192 Jay Tibbs

193 Jim Traber

194 Mark Williamson

195 Craig Worthington

196 Don Aase

197 Blaine Beatty

198 Mark Carreon

199 Gary Carter

200 David Cone

201 Ron Darling

202 Kevin Elster

203 Sid Fernandez

204 Dwight Gooden

205 Keith Hernandez

206 Jeff Innis

207 Gregg Jefferies

208 Howard Johnson

209 Barry Lyons

210 Dave Magadan

211 Kevin McReynolds

212 Jeff Musselman

213 Randy Myers

214 Bob Ojeda

215 Juan Samuel

216 Mackey Sasser

217 Darryl Strawberry

218 Tim Teufel

219 Frank Viola

220 Juan Agosto

221 Larry Andersen

222 Eric Anthony RC

223 Kevin Bass

224 Craig Biggio

225 Ken Caminiti

226 Jim Clancy

227 Danny Darwin

228 Glenn Davis

229 Jim Deshaies

230 Bill Doran

231 Bob Forsch

232 Brian Meyer

233 Terry Puhl

234 Rafael Ramirez

235 Rick Rhoden

236 Dan Schatzeder

237 Mike Scott

238 Dave Smith

239 Alex Trevino

240 Glenn Wilson

241 Gerald Young

242 Tom Brunansky

243 Cris Carpenter

244 Alex Cole RC

245 Vince Coleman

246 John Costello

247 Ken Dayley

248 Jose DeLeon

249 Frank DiPino

250 Pedro Guerrero

251 Ken Hill

252 Joe Magrane

253 Willie McGee

254 John Morris

255 Jose Oquendo

256 Tony Pena

257 Terry Pendleton

258 Ted Power

259 Dan Quisenberry

260 Ozzie Smith

261 Scott Terry

262 Milt Thompson

263 Denny Walling

264 Todd Worrell

265 Todd Zeile

266 Marty Barrett

267 Mike Boddicker

268 Wade Boggs

269 Ellis Burks

270 Rick Cerone

271 Roger Clemens

272 John Dopson

273 Nick Esasky

274 Dwight Evans

275 Wes Gardner

276 Rich Gedman

277 Mike Greenwell

278 Danny Heep

279 Eric Hetzel

280 Dennis Lamp

281 Rob Murphy

282 Joe Price

283 Carlos Quintana

284 Jody Reed

285 Luis Rivera

286 Kevin Romine

287 Lee Smith

288 Mike Smithson

289 Bob Stanley

290 Harold Baines

291 Kevin Brown

292 Steve Buechele

293 Scott Coolbaugh

294 Jack Daugherty

295 Cecil Espy

296 Julio Franco

297 Juan Gonzalez RC

298 Cecilio Guante

299 Drew Hall

300 Charlie Hough

301 Pete Incaviglia

302 Mike Jeffcoat

303 Chad Kreuter

304 Jeff Kunkel

305 Rick Leach

306 Fred Manrique

307 Jamie Moyer

308 Rafael Palmeiro

309 Geno Petralli

310 Kevin Reimer

311 Kenny Rogers

312 Jeff Russell

313 Nolan Ryan

314 Ruben Sierra

315 Bobby Witt

316 Chris Bosio

317 Glenn Braggs

318 Greg Brock

319 Chuck Crim

320 Rob Deer

321 Mike Felder

322 Tom Filer

323 Tony Fossas

324 Jim Gantner

325 Darryl Hamilton

326 Teddy Higuera

327 Mark Knudson

328 Bill Krueger

329 Tim McIntosh

330 Paul Molitor

331 Jaime Navarro

332 Charlie O’Brien

333 Jeff Peterek

334 Dan Plesac

335 Jerry Reuss

336 Gary Sheffield

337 Bill Spiers

338 B.J. Surhoff

339 Greg Vaughn

340 Robin Yount

341 Hubie Brooks

342 Tim Burke

343 Mike Fitzgerald

344 Tom Foley

345 Andres Galarraga

346 Damaso Garcia

347 Marquis Grissom RC

348 Kevin Gross

349 Joe Hesketh

350 Jeff Huson RC

351 Wallace Johnson

352 Mark Langston

353 Dave Martinez

354 Dennis Martinez

355 Andy McGaffigan

356 Otis Nixon

357 Spike Owen

358 Pascual Perez

359 Tim Raines

360 Nelson Santovenia

361 Bryn Smith

362 Zane Smith

363 Larry Walker RC

364 Tim Wallach

365 Rick Aguilera

366 Allan Anderson

367 Wally Backman

368 Doug Baker

369 Juan Berenguer

370 Randy Bush

371 Carmelo Castillo

372 Mike Dyer

373 Gary Gaetti

374 Greg Gagne

375 Dan Gladden

376 German Gonzalez

377 Brian Harper

378 Kent Hrbek

379 Gene Larkin

380 Tim Laudner

381 John Moses

382 Al Newman

383 Kirby Puckett

384 Shane Rawley

385 Jeff Reardon

386 Roy Smith

387 Gary Wayne

388 Dave West

389 Tim Belcher

390 Tim Crews

391 Mike Davis

392 Rick Dempsey

393 Kirk Gibson

394 Jose Gonzalez

395 Alfredo Griffin

396 Jeff Hamilton

397 Lenny Harris RC

398 Mickey Hatcher

399 Orel Hershiser

400 Jay Howell

401 Mike Marshall

402 Ramon Martinez

403 Mike Morgan

404 Eddie Murray

405 Alejandro Pena

406 Willie Randolph

407 Mike Scioscia

408 Ray Searage

409 Fernando Valenzuela

410 Jose Vizcaino RC

411 John Wetteland

412 Jack Armstrong

413 Todd Benzinger

414 Tim Birtsas

415 Tom Browning

416 Norm Charlton

417 Eric Davis

418 Rob Dibble

419 John Franco

420 Ken Griffey, Sr.

421 Chris Hammond RC

422 Danny Jackson

423 Barry Larkin

424 Tim Leary

425 Rick Mahler

426 Joe Oliver

427 Paul O’Neill

428 Luis Quinones

429 Jeff Reed

430 Jose Rijo

431 Ron Robinson

432 Rolando Roomes

433 Chris Sabo

434 Scott Scudder

435 Herm Winningham

436 Steve Balboni

437 Jesse Barfield

438 Mike Blowers RC

439 Tom Brookens

440 Greg Cadaret

441 Alvaro Espinoza

442 Bob Geren

443 Lee Guetterman

444 Mel Hall

445 Andy Hawkins

446 Roberto Kelly

447 Don Mattingly

448 Lance McCullers

449 Hensley Meulens

450 Dale Mohorcic

451 Clay Parker

452 Eric Plunk

453 Dave Righetti

454 Deion Sanders

455 Steve Sax

456 Don Slaught

457 Walt Terrell

458 Dave Winfield

459 Jay Bell

460 Rafael Belliard

461 Barry Bonds

462 Bobby Bonilla

463 Sid Bream

464 Benny Distefano

465 Doug Drabek

466 Jim Gott

467 Billy Hatcher

468 Neal Heaton

469 Jeff King

470 Bob Kipper

471 Randy Kramer

472 Bill Landrum

473 Mike LaValliere

474 Jose Lind

475 Junior Ortiz

476 Gary Redus

477 Rick Reed RC

478 R.J. Reynolds

479 Jeff D. Robinson

480 John Smiley

481 Andy Van Slyke

482 Bob Walk

483 Andy Allanson

484 Scott Bailes

485 Albert Belle

486 Bud Black

487 Jerry Browne

488 Tom Candiotti

489 Joe Carter

490 Dave Clark

491 John Farrell

492 Felix Fermin

493 Brook Jacoby

494 Dion James

495 Doug Jones

496 Brad Komminsk

497 Rod Nichols

498 Pete O’Brien

499 Steve Olin RC

500 Jesse Orosco

501 Joel Skinner

502 Cory Snyder

503 Greg Swindell

504 Rich Yett

505 Scott Bankhead

506 Scott Bradley

507 Greg Briley

508 Jay Buhner

509 Darnell Coles

510 Keith Comstock

511 Henry Cotto

512 Alvin Davis

513 Ken Griffey, Jr.

514 Erik Hanson

515 Gene Harris

516 Brian Holman

517 Mike Jackson

518 Randy Johnson

519 Jeffrey Leonard

520 Edgar Martinez

521 Dennis Powell

522 Jim Presley

523 Jerry Reed

524 Harold Reynolds

525 Mike Schooler

526 Bill Swift

527 Dave Valle

528 Omar Vizquel

529 Ivan Calderon

530 Carlton Fisk

531 Scott Fletcher

532 Dave Gallagher

533 Ozzie Guillen

534 Greg Hibbard

535 Shawn Hillegas

536 Lance Johnson

537 Eric King

538 Ron Kittle

539 Steve Lyons

540 Carlos Martinez

541 Tom McCarthy

542 Matt Merullo

543 Donn Pall

544 Dan Pasqua

545 Ken Patterson

546 Melido Perez

547 Steve Rosenberg

548 Sammy Sosa RC

549 Bobby Thigpen

550 Robin Ventura

551 Greg Walker

552 Don Carman

553 Pat Combs

554 Dennis Cook

555 Darren Daulton

556 Len Dykstra

557 Curt Ford

558 Charlie Hayes

559 Von Hayes

560 Tommy Herr

561 Ken Howell

562 Steve Jeltz

563 Ron Jones

564 Ricky Jordan

565 John Kruk

566 Steve Lake

567 Roger McDowell

568 Terry Mulholland

569 Dwayne Murphy

570 Jeff Parrett

571 Randy Ready

572 Bruce Ruffin

573 Dickie Thon

574 Jose Alvarez

575 Geronimo Berroa

576 Jeff Blauser

577 Joe Boever

578 Marty Clary

579 Jody Davis

580 Mark Eichhorn

581 Darrell Evans

582 Ron Gant

583 Tom Glavine

584 Tommy Greene

585 Tommy Gregg

586 David Justice RC

587 Mark Lemke

588 Derek Lilliquist

589 Oddibe McDowell

590 Kent Mercker RC

591 Dale Murphy

592 Gerald Perry

593 Lonnie Smith

594 Pete Smith

595 John Smoltz

596 Mike Stanton RC

597 Andres Thomas

598 Jeff Treadway

599 Doyle Alexander

600 Dave Bergman

601 Brian DuBois

602 Paul Gibson

603 Mike Heath

604 Mike Henneman

605 Guillermo Hernandez

606 Shawn Holman

607 Tracy Jones

608 Chet Lemon

609 Fred Lynn

610 Jack Morris

611 Matt Nokes

612 Gary Pettis

613 Kevin Ritz

614 Jeff M. Robinson

615 Steve Searcy

616 Frank Tanana

617 Alan Trammell

618 Gary Ward

619 Lou Whitaker

620 Frank Williams

621 George Brett (POTD 1980)

622 Fern.Valenzuela (POTD 1981)

623 Dale Murphy (POTD 1982)

624 Cal Ripken, Jr. (POTD 1983)

625 Ryne Sandberg (POTD 1984)

626 Don Mattingly (POTD 1985)

627 Roger Clemens (POTD 1986)

628 George Bell (POTD 1987)

629 Jose Canseco (POTD 1988)

630 Will Clark (POTD 1989)

631 Game Savers (Davis/Williams) SS

632 Boston Igniters (Boggs/Greenwell) SS

633 Starter and Stopper (Gubicza/Russell) SS

634 Leagues Best Shortshops (Ripken/Fernandez) SS

635 Human Dynamos (Puckett/Jackson) SS

636 300 Strikeout Club (Ryan/Scott) SS

637 The Dynamic Duo (Clark/Mitchell) SS

638 A.L. All-Stars (McGwire/Mattingly) SS

639 N.L. East Rivals (Sandberg/Johnson) SS

640 Seanez/Charland (MLP)

641 Canale/Maas (MLP)

642 Mann/Hansen (MLP)

643 Smith/Tate (MLP)

644 Drees/Howitt (MLP)

645 May/Roesler (MLP)

646 Hemond/Gardner (MLP)

647 Orton/Leius (MLP)

648 Monteleone/Williams (MLP)

649 Huff/Frey (MLP)

650 McElroy/Alou (MLP)

651 Rose/Hartley (MLP)

652 Kinzer/Edwards (MLP)

653 DeShields/Grimsley (MLP)

654 Checklist (A’s/Cubs Giants/Blue Jays)

655 Checklist (Royals/Angels Padres/Orioles)

656 Checklist (Mets/Astros Cards/Red Sox)

657 Checklist (Rangers/Brewers Expos/Twins)

658 Checklist (Dodgers/Reds Yankees/Pirates)

659 Checklist (Indians/Mariners White Sox/Phillies)

660 Checklist (Braves/Tigers Specials/Checklists)