Leaders in every1990-Upper-Deck-Ken-Griffey-Jr field climb to their perch by taking calculated risks, and collectors witnessed this concept firsthand when 1990 Upper Deck baseball cards hit store shelves that spring.

The year before, UD had immediately established itself as a disruptive force in the baseball card business not only for their revolutionary yet classic card design, but also for the audacity of making a ROOKIE the very first card in their very first set.

Sure, pegging Ken Griffey, Jr., as the poster child for UD looks like a stroke of genius nearly three decades later, but the truth is that it was a gamble that paid off.

So, how would Upper Deck leverage that bit of luck as it planned out the prime slot in its sophomore issue?1990-Upper-Deck-Star-Rookie-Checklist

While Topps led off its 1990 offering with a string of Nolan Ryan cards and Donruss treated collectors to a Bo Jackson Diamond Kings pasteboard, UD once again went their own way. After all it takes the swagger of a leader, a champion, to start off your base set — your only set that really mattered at all at the time — with a checklist.

And coming into the 1990 collecting season, Upper Deck clearly was the champion of the card-makers, excepting perhaps the hue and cry of a few traditionalists who couldn’t stomach paying more than 40 cents for a pack of baseball cards.

Just as surely, card #1 in UD’s sophomore effort was nothing but a bunch of text and a gaudy drawing — the Star Rookie Checklist.

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Upper Deck was willing to forgo making card #1 a centerpiece of their set for three reasons: 1) they were king of the hill (see above); 2) their #1 could at least bank on the cachet of “Rookie”; and 3) they were backed by an award-winning design.

In fact, at first glance, and especially if you didn’t live through the boom years, you might have trouble distinguishing the 1990 Upper Deck cards from the 1989 Upper Deck cards — and from the 1991 Upper Deck cardsb for that matter. As in the previous year, UD’s 1990 issue was focused on presenting bright, crisp photos of the players we loved to watch, in a mix of posed and action shots.

Aside from that huge photo that covers more than 80% of available real estate, card fronts feature very little in the way of design. On the left-hand side of the lower white border, the player’s name appears in small black letters, with the team logo just above, in the lower left-hand corner of the photo itself.

Whereas the right-hand border of the 1989 set showed a first-base line capped by, well, first base, 1990 cards feature only a clean white strip to the right. Instead, the Upper Deck logo picks up the action in the upper right-hand corner, and a baseline extends along the upper border to the left, terminating in a small “second base,” inside of which is the player’s position in black letters.

Of course, the design of Upper Deck baseball cards does not stop on the front. When you turn one over, you’re treated to a color and techno explosion that dwarfed the card fronts of most sets made to that point.1990-Upper-Deck-Jose-Rijo-Back

In the top left-hand corner of the vertical layout is the card number in black type, with the fabled Upper Deck hologram to its right. Collectors were skeptical about the supposed anti-counterfeiting device during UD’s first few years, but we quickly became accustomed to such wizardry, and it was a milestone on the path toward the super premium brands that were to follow.

Beneath these two, which stake out the left-hand third of the card, are the MLB and MLBPA logos. Rounding out the panel is a block containing the player’s name and team name, along with his position and vital stats and a table with up to five years of statistics, plus career totals. The right-hand two-thirds of each card is devoted to another crisp, beautiful full-color image of the player.

The Upper Deck card back seemed to be a direct throat punch aimed at Topps, who never (well, almost never — see 1971) included photos on card backs and who always took grief for their dingy brown card stock. The blazing white borders on the fronts AND backs of UD cards were almost blinding by comparison.

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Greenhorns and Greats

Of course, no set could get by on its design alone, especially during the end-cap years of the 1980s and 1990s when the rookie card blaze was still burning out of control. And, while the 1990 Upper Deck set never could boast of a surefire legend on the order of Junior Griffey, it did fine in the realm of first-year standouts.

Among the rookie cards from the 1990 Upper Deck set that still draw interest decades later are Sammy Sosa (#17),  Juan Gonzalez (#72), John Olerud (#56), and Larry Walker (#466).

Beyond this quartet, though, several other players who made their UD debut in 1990 have caused their own ripples in the market, including Marquis Grissom (#9), Eric Anthony (#28), Bob Hamelin (#45), Jose Offerman (#46), Ben McDonald (#54), Kevin Maas (#70), and Dean Palmer (#74). These lower number cards were tagged with the “Star Rookie” designation, as was Deion Sanders (#13), even though that pasteboard is not a “true” rookie.

Even in 1990, there were plenty of hobbyists more interested in particular star players than in rookies, and Upper Deck had sufficient room to showcase the game’s best among their 700-card base set. Ranging from Jose Canseco (#66) to Kevin Mitchell (#117), and from Orel Hershiser (#256) to Dennis Eckersley (#513), UD had every big name you could ask for.1990-Upper-Deck-Bret-Saberhagen

Beyond the “normal” card for each star, however, Upper Deck also offered paintings of one player from each team on the front of club checklist cards, ranging from ho-hum choices like Steve Sax for the New York Yankees (#18) to Hall of Famers like Robin Yount for the Milwaukee Brewers (#91). And, even though Julio Franco somehow pulled the checklist rug out from under Nolan Ryan for the Texas Rangers (#82), Upper Deck still saw fit to include two different cards of The Express: a 5000K card at #34 and Ryan’s base card at #544.

Get UD High!

If all of that nearly-full-bleed magic weren’t enough Upper Deck goodness for you, all you had to do was wait until late in the season. That’s when UD jumped into the update set foray with a concept they called their “High Number Series.”

Of course, issuing cards in series was not a new idea to veteran collectors, but it was considered dated in 1990. Ever since Topps had 1990-Upper-Deck-High-Series-Boxditched multiple series in favor of one big issue per year in 1974, we had come to view the former as a quaint practice of the past.

Never mind that Topps themselves continued to issue cards in stages throughout most of the intervening years in the form of their own Traded Series.

But Upper Deck took a different tact to update sets than Topps or Fleer ever had.

Rather than issuing the cards as a dedicated box set OR putting them in their own Mylar-pack boxes, UD slid their high numbers in with cards from the lower 700 and wrapped them 15 cards to a pack and 36 packs to a box, same as always.

As you might expect from a late issue, the 1990 Upper Deck high numbers were loaded with players who had changed teams and rookies who made an impact but whom UD had missed the first time around.

Among the notable veterans making a high-number appearance were Willie Randolph (#704), John Fran1990-Upper-Deck-Dave-Parker-High-Seriesco (#709), Jeff Reardon (#729), Dave Winfield (#745), Dave Parker (#766), and Cecil Fielder (#786).

“New” rookie cards in the upper 100 included David Justice (#711), Carlos Baerga (#737), Delino DeShields (#746), and David Segui (#773).

Upper Deck also treated collectors to an “updated” Nolan Ryan card (#734), as The Ryan Express did indeed join a new club — the 300-Win Club — on July 31, 1990.

Hero and Harbinger

Even though Upper Deck had forged their initial success at least partly on the shoulders of a young man who had yet to become a superstar (Griffey), they weren’t content to build on just current players in 1990. Perhaps inspired by Ryan, the ageless wonder, Upper Deck set out to make a recently retired legend one of the centerpieces of their marketing strategy.

Specifically, they produced a 10-card set of “Baseball Heroes” that featured eight different milestones in the career of Reggie Jackson, p1990-Upper-Deck-Reggie-Jackson-Heroes
lus a checklist, plus an artwork “topper” card showing Reggie with each of three teams (A’s, Yankees, Angels), along with a Baltimore Orioles hat. These cards were inserted in high-number packs, and the entire operation was dubbed, “Find the Reggie.”

As an added incentive, Jackson signed and numbered 2500 of those topper cards, effectively giving birth to the modern chase card.

Certainly, the chance of pulling a Reggie autograph was more compelling than the promise of “A Minimum of One 3-D Team Logo Hologram,” as their Mylar wrappers proclaimed.  And since it was Mr. October, the nostalgia factor was steep enough to draw in even veteran collectors who naturally preferred the pink death-by-gum offered up by Topps packs.

Still today, and although 2500 is not a *small* print run, the autographed Reggie topper card sells for more than $100 in ungraded condition. And, de1990-Upper-Deck-Reggie-Jackson-Heroes-Autographedspite the continued wide availability of 1990 Upper Deck packs, the chance to pull a Reggie is enough to entice the occasional impulse purchase.

Variety Is the Spice of Cardboard

If you’ve followed along this far, then you know that the 1990 Upper Deck set featured 700 base cards, 100 high-number cards, 10 Reggie Jackson cards, 1 Reggie Jackson autograph card, and 26 team logo cards (in 3-D!).

But if you’re the sort who has to have everything or nothing at all, then the 1990 set might prove more challenging than it first appears.

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To begin, there are a handful of interesting misspellings among the first 100 or so cards, including such doozies as “suprising” news about Mike Schmidt’s retirement (#20) and the ever-popular “definately” (#42), which has definitely tripped up more than a few inattentive wordsmiths over the years.

These were never corrected, however, so they won’t do much extra for you other than maybe make you feel better about your own shortcomings.

There are, on the other hand, several variations which make building a master set quite an endeavor.

Some of the more obvious of these include:

  • Ben McDonald (#54) can be found with either the Orioles or Star Rookie logo on front.
  • The Mickey Tettleton checklist card (#60) lists #683 as either Jamie Weston (ERR) or Mickey Weston (COR).
  • Andy McGaffigan’s (#597) card shows either McGaffigan or Rich Thompson.
  • Ditto for #89, which shows either Rick Reed (ERR) or Jim Gott (CORR).
  • Nolan Ryan’s #734 can be found with and without the “300th Win” stripe.

Then, starting at number 101 (Gerald Perry), the wheels fell off the Upper Deck printing press. From there through #199 (Al Newman), every card exists either with or without the copyright date on the back of the card.

A minor variation? Sure, you bet.

But if you want to collect EVERY possible variant of 1990 Upper Deck, you have to get all these babies, too. If t1990-Upper-Deck-Nolan-Ryan-Stripehat’s where you find yourself, and you want to see every known error and variation in gory black-and-white detail (and usually with photos), check out The Trading Card Database, as they’ve done a typically bang-up job of cataloging the E & V love.

For our purposes, just know that a master set of 1990 Upper Deck baseball will come in somewhere north of 950 cards when you add in the base set, the high series, the Reggies, the 3-D team logos, and the goodies in this section.

That’s a Lot of Cards — Who Has That Kind of Money?

Considering that we’re talking about nearly 1000 of the finest, most technologically advanced baseball cards that 1990 had to offer, it must cost an arm and a leg to collect second-year Upper Deck cards, right?

Not unless you’re in the habit of giving away your limbs for free.

Even a s1990-Upper-Deck-Julio-Francoecond-year Ken Griffey, Jr., card in the highest graded condition (PSA 10) checks in at around $100, and graded specimens of other cards from the set just go down from there.

You can find low-number unopened boxes for $5-10, and the high-number series run about the same despite the chance to pull a signed Reggie.

And if you paid more than $10 or so for a complete factory set anytime this decade, you might have been had. You can also occasionally find complete runs of the “no copyright” cards for a reasonable sum, and that includes Griffey and Craig Biggio.

So are these cards worthless? Only if you don’t have the memory or imagination to let them tug you into the sunlit outfields of 1989, before we knew what PEDs or Florida Marlins were.

For the rest of us, 1990 Upper Deck baseball cards are an affordable — and gorgeous — reminder of simpler times, when the hobby and the game held us spellbound all summer long.

 

1990 Upper Deck Baseball Cards - Complete Factory Set

 

 

 

 

RC – Rookie Card


 

1 Star Rookie Checklist

2 Randy Nosek RC

3 Tom Drees RC

4 Curt Young

5 Devon White Angels Checklist

6 Luis Salazar

7 Von Hayes Phillies Checklist

8 Jose Bautista

9 Marquis Grissom RC

10 Orel Hershiser Dodgers Checklist

11 Rick Aguilera

12 Benito Santiago Padres Checklist

13 Deion Sanders

14 Marvell Wynne

15 Dave West

16 Bobby Bonilla Pirates Checklist

17 Sammy Sosa RC

18 Steve Sax Yankees Checklist

19 Jack Howell

20 Mike Schmidt Special

21 Robin Ventura

22 Brian Meyer

23 Blaine Beatty RC

24 Ken Griffey Jr. Mariners Checklist

25 Greg Vaughn

26 Xavier Hernandez RC

27 Jason Grimsley RC

28 Eric Anthony RC

29 Tim Raines Expos Checklist

30 David Wells

31 Hal Morris

32 Bo Jackson Royals Checklist

33 Kelly Mann RC

34 Nolan Ryan 5,000 K

35 Scott Service

36 Mark McGwire Athletics Checklist

37 Tino Martinez

38 Chili Davis

39 Scott Sanderson

40 Kevin Mitchell Giants Checklist

41 Lou Whitaker Tigers Checklist

42 Scott Coolbaugh

43 Jose Cano RC

44 Jose Vizcaino RC

45 Bob Hamelin RC

46 Jose Offerman RC

47 Kevin Blankenship

48 Kirby Puckett Twins Checklist

49 Tommy Greene RC

50 Will Clark Special

51 Rob Nelson

52 Chris Hammond RC

53 Joe Carter Indians Checklist

54 Ben McDonald RC

55 Andy Benes

56 John Olerud RC

57 Roger Clemens Red Sox Checklist

58 Tony Armas

59 George Canale RC

60 Mickey Tettleton Tigers Checklist

61 Mike Stanton RC

62 Dwight Gooden Mets Checklist

63 Kent Mercker RC

64 Francisco Cabrera

65 Steve Avery

66 Jose Canseco

67 Matt Merullo

68 Vince Coleman Cardinals Checklist

69 Ron Karkovice

70 Kevin Maas RC

71 Dennis Cook

72 Juan Gonzalez RC

73 Andre Dawson Cubs Checklist

74 Dean Palmer RC

75 Bo Jackson Special

76 Rob Richie RC

77 Bobby Rose

78 Brian DuBois RC

79 Ozzie Guillen White Sox Checklist

80 Gene Nelson

81 Bob McClure

82 Julio Franco Rangers Checklist

83 Greg Minton

84 John Smoltz Braves Checklist

85 Willie Fraser

86 Neal Heaton

87 Kevin Tapan RC

88 Mike Scott Astros Checklist

89 Jim Gott

90 Lance Johnson

91 Robin Yount Brewers Checklist

92 Jeff Parrett

93 Julio Machado RC

94 Ron Jones

95 George Bell Blue Jays Checklist

96 Jerry Reuss

97 Brian Fisher

98 Kevin Ritz RC

99 Barry Larkin Reds Checklist

100 Checklist (cards #1-100)

101 Gerald Perry

102 Kevin Appier

103 Julio Franco

104 Craig Biggio

105 Bo Jackson

106 Junior Felix

107 Mike Harkey

108 Fred McGriff

109 Rick Sutcliffe

110 Pete O’Brien

111 Kelly Gruber

112 Dwight Evans

113 Pat Borders

114 Dwight Gooden

115 Kevin Batiste RC

116 Eric Davis

117 Kevin Mitchell

118 Ron Oester

119 Brett Butler

120 Danny Jackson

121 Tommy Gregg

122 Ken Caminiti

123 Kevin Brown

124 George Brett

125 Mike Scott

126 Cory Snyder

127 George Bell

128 Mark Grace

129 Devon White

130 Tony Fernandez

131 Don Aase

132 Rance Mulliniks

133 Marty Barrett

134 Nelson Liriano

135 Mark Carreon

136 Candy Maldonado

137 Tim Birtsas

138 Tom Brookens

139 John Franco

140 Mike LaCoss

141 Jeff Treadway

142 Pat Tabler

143 Darrell Evans

144 Rafael Ramirez

145 O.McDowell

146 Brian Downing

147 Curt Wilkerson

148 Ernie Whitt

149 Bill Schroeder

150 Domingo Ramos

151 Rick Honeycutt

152 Don Slaught

153 Mitch Webster

154 Tony Phillips

155 Paul Kilgus

156 Ken Griffey Jr.

157 Gary Sheffield

158 Wally Backman

159 B.J. Surhoff

160 Louie Meadows

161 Paul O’Neill

162 Jeff McKnight RC

163 Alvaro Espinoza

164 Scott Scudder

165 Jeff Reed

166 Gregg Jefferies

167 Barry Larkin

168 Gary Carter

169 Robby Thompson

170 Rolando Roomes

171 Mark McGwire

172 Steve Sax

173 Mark Williamson

174 Mitch Williams

175 Brian Holton

176 Rob Deer

177 Tim Raines

178 Mike Felder

179 Harold Reynolds

180 Terry Francona

181 Chris Sabo

182 Darryl Strawberry

183 Willie Randolph

184 Bill Ripken

185 Mackey Sasser

186 Todd Benzinger

187 Kevin Elster

188 Jose Uribe

189 Tom Browning

190 Keith Miller

191 Don Mattingly

192 Dave Parker

193 Roberto Kelly

194 Phil Bradley

195 Ron Hassey

196 Gerald Young

197 Hubie Brooks

198 Bill Doran

199 Al Newman

200 Checklist (cards #101-200)

201 Terry Puhl

202 Frank DiPino

203 Jim Clancy

204 Bob Ojeda

205 Alex Trevino

206 Dave Henderson

207 Henry Cotto

208 Rafael Belliard

209 Stan Javier

210 Jerry Reed

211 Doug Dascenzo

212 Andres Thomas

213 Greg Maddux

214 Mike Schooler

215 Lonnie Smith

216 Jose Rijo

217 Greg Gagne

218 Jim Gantner

219 Allan Anderson

220 Rick Mahler

221 Jim Deshaies

222 Keith Hernandez

223 Vince Coleman

224 David Cone

225 Ozzie Smith

226 Matt Nokes

227 Barry Bonds

228 Felix Jose

229 Dennis Powell

230 Mike Gallego

231 Shawon Dunston

232 Ron Gant

233 Omar Vizquel

234 Derek Lilliquist

235 Erik Hanson

236 Kirby Puckett

237 Bill Spiers

238 Dan Gladden

239 Bryan Clutterbuck

240 John Moses

241 Ron Darling

242 Joe Magrane

243 Dave Magadan

244 Pedro Guerrero

245 Glenn Davis

246 Terry Steinbach

247 Fred Lynn

248 Gary Redus

249 Ken Williams

250 Sid Bream

251 Bob Welch

252 Bill Buckner

253 Carney Lansford

254 Paul Molitor

255 Jose DeJesus

256 Orel Hershiser

257 Tom Brunansky

258 Mike Davis

259 Jeff Ballard

260 Scott Terry

261 Sid Fernandez

262 Mike Marshall

263 Howard Johnson

264 Kirk Gibson

265 Kevin McReynolds

266 Cal Ripken

267 Ozzie Guillen

268 Jim Traber

269 Bobby Thigpen

270 Joe Orsulak

271 Bob Boone

272 Dave Stewart

273 Tim Wallach

274 Luis Aquino

275 Mike Moore

276 Tony Pena

277 Eddie Murray

278 Milt Thompson

279 Alejandro Pena

280 Ken Dayley

281 Carmelo Castillo

282 Tom Henke

283 Mickey Hatcher

284 Roy Smith

285 Manny Lee

286 Dan Pasqua

287 Larry Sheets

288 Garry Templeton

289 Eddie Williams

290 Brady Anderson

291 Spike Owen

292 Storm Davis

293 Chris Bosio

294 Jim Eisenreich

295 Don August

296 Jeff Hamilton

297 Mickey Tettleton

298 Mike Scioscia

299 Kevin Hickey

300 Checklist (cards #201-300)

301 Shawn Abner

302 Kevin Bass

303 Bip Roberts

304 Joe Girardi

305 Danny Darwin

306 Mike Heath

307 Mike Macfarlane

308 Ed Whitson

309 Tracy Jones

310 Scott Fletcher

311 Darnell Coles

312 Mike Brumley

313 Bill Swift

314 Charlie Hough

315 Jim Presley

316 Luis Polonia

317 Mike Morgan

318 Lee Guetterman

319 Jose Oquendo

320 Wayne Tolleson

321 Jody Reed

322 Damon Berryhill

323 Roger Clemens

324 Ryne Sandberg

325 Benito Santiago

326 Bret Saberhagen

327 Lou Whitaker

328 Dave Gallagher

329 Mike Pagliarulo

330 Doyle Alexander

331 Jeffrey Leonard

332 Torey Lovullo

333 Pete Incaviglia

334 Rickey Henderson

335 Rafael Palmeiro

336 Ken Hill

337 Dave Winfield

338 Alfredo Griffin

339 Andy Hawkins

340 Ted Power

341 Steve Wilson

342 Jack Clark

343 Ellis Burks

344 Tony Gwynn

345 Jerome Walton

346 Roberto Alomar

347 Carlos Martinez

348 Chet Lemon

349 Willie Wilson

350 Greg Walker

351 Tom Bolton

352 German Gonzalez

353 Harold Baines

354 Mike Greenwell

355 Ruben Sierra

356 Andres Galarraga

357 Andre Dawson

358 Jeff Brantley

359 Mike Bielecki

360 Ken Oberkfell

361 Kurt Stillwell

362 Brian Holman

363 Kevin Seitzer

364 Alvin Davis

365 Tom Gordon

366 Bobby Bonilla

367 Carlton Fisk

368 Steve Carter

369 Joel Skinner

370 John Cangelosi

371 Cecil Espy

372 Gary Wayne

373 Jim Rice –

374 Mike Dyer RC

375 Joe Carter

376 Dwight Smith

377 John Wetteland

378 Earnie Riles

379 Otis Nixon

380 Vance Law

381 Dave Bergman

382 Frank White

383 Scott Bradley

384 Israel Sanchez

385 Gary Pettis

386 Donn Pall

387 John Smiley

388 Tom Candiotti

389 Junior Ortiz

390 Steve Lyons

391 Brian Harper

392 Fred Manrique

393 Lee Smith

394 Jeff Kunkel

395 Claudell Washington

396 John Tudor

397 Terry Kennedy

398 Lloyd McClendon

399 Craig Lefferts

400 Checklist (cards #301-400)

401 Keith Moreland

402 Rich Gedman

403 Jeff D. Robinson

404 Randy Ready

405 Rick Cerone

406 Jeff Blauser

407 Larry Andersen

408 Joe Boever

409 Felix Fermin

410 Glenn Wilson

411 Rex Hudler

412 Mark Grant

413 Dennis Martinez

414 Darrin Jackson

415 Mike Aldrete

416 Roger McDowell

417 Jeff Reardon

418 Darren Daulton

419 Tim Laudner

420 Don Carman

421 Lloyd Moseby

422 Doug Drabek

423 Lenny Harris

424 Jose Lind

425 Dave Wayne Johnson RC

426 Jerry Browne

427 Eric Yelding RC

428 Brad Komminsk

429 Jody Davis

430 Mariano Duncan

431 Mark Davis

432 Nelson Santovenia

433 Bruce Hurst

434 Jeff Huson RC

435 Chris James

436 Mark Guthrie RC

437 Charlie Hayes

438 Shane Rawley

439 Dickie Thon

440 Juan Berenguer

441 Kevin Romine

442 Bill Landrum

443 Todd Frohwirth

444 Craig Worthington

445 Fernando Valenzuela

446 Joey Belle

447 Ed Whited RC

448 Dave Smith

449 Dave Clark

450 Juan Agosto

451 Dave Valle

452 Kent Hrbek

453 Von Hayes

454 Gary Gaetti

455 Greg Briley

456 Glenn Braggs

457 Kirt Manwaring

458 Mel Hall

459 Brook Jacoby

460 Pat Sheridan

461 Rob Murphy

462 Jimmy Key

463 Nick Esasky

464 Rob Ducey

465 Carlos Quintana

466 Larry Walker RC

467 Todd Worrell

468 Kevin Gross

469 Terry Pendleton

470 Dave Martinez

471 Gene Larkin

472 Len Dykstra

473 Barry Lyons

474 Terry Mulholland

475 Chip Hale RC

476 Jesse Barfield

477 Dan Plesac

478 Scott Garrelts

479 Dave Righetti

480 Gus Polidor

481 Mookie Wilson

482 Luis Rivera

483 Mike Flanagan

484 Dennis Boyd

485 John Cerutti

486 John Costello

487 Pascual Perez

488 Tommy Herr

489 Tom Foley

490 Curt Ford

491 Steve Lake

492 Tim Teufel

493 Randy Bush

494 Mike Jackson

495 Steve Jeltz

496 Paul Gibson

497 Steve Balboni

498 Bud Black

499 Dale Sveum

500 Checklist (cards #401-500)

501 Tim Jones

502 Mark Portugal

503 Ivan Calderon

504 Rick Rhoden

505 Willie McGee

506 Kirk McCaskill

507 Dave LaPoint

508 Jay Howell

509 Johnny Ray

510 Dave Anderson

511 Chuck Crim

512 Joe Hesketh

513 Dennis Eckersley

514 Greg Brock

515 Tim Burke

516 Frank Tanana

517 Jay Bell

518 Guillermo Hernandez

519 Randy Kramer

520 Charles Hudson

521 Jim Corsi

522 Steve Rosenberg

523 Cris Carpenter

524 Matt Winters RC

525 Melido Perez

526 Chris Gwynn

527 Bert Blyleven

528 Chuck Cary

529 Daryl Boston

530 Dale Mohorcic

531 Geronimo Berroa

532 Edgar Martinez

533 Dale Murphy

534 Jay Buhner

535 John Smoltz

536 Andy Van Slyke

537 Mike Henneman

538 Miguel Garcia

539 Frank Williams

540 R.J. Reynolds

541 Shawn Hillegas

542 Walt Weiss

543 Greg Hibbard RC

544 Nolan Ryan

545 Todd Zeile

546 Hensley Meulens

547 Tim Belcher

548 Mike Witt

549 Greg Cadaret

550 Franklin Stubbs

551 Tony Castillo

552 Jeff M. Robinson

553 Steve Olin RC

554 Alan Trammell

555 Wade Boggs

556 Will Clark

557 Jeff King

558 Mike Fitzgerald

559 Ken Howell

560 Bob Kipper

561 Scott Bankhead

562 Jeff Innis RC

563 Randy Johnson

564 Wally Whitehurst

565 Gene Harris

566 Norm Charlton

567 Robin Yount

568 Joe Oliver

569 Mark Parent

570 John Farrell

571 Tom Glavine

572 Rod Nichols

573 Jack Morris

574 Greg Swindell

575 Steve Searcy

576 Ricky Jordan

577 Matt Williams

578 Mike LaValliere

579 Bryn Smith

580 Bruce Ruffin

581 Randy Myers

582 Rick Wrona

583 Juan Samuel

584 Les Lancaster

585 Jeff Musselman

586 Rob Dibble

587 Eric Show

588 Jesse Orosco

589 Herm Winningham

590 Andy Allanson

591 Dion James

592 Carmelo Martinez

593 Luis Quinones

594 Dennis Rasmussen

595 Rich Yett

596 Bob Walk

597 Andy McGaffigan

598 Billy Hatcher

599 Bob Knepper

600 Checklist (cards #501-600)

601 Joey Cora

602 Steve Finley

603 Kal Daniels

604 Gregg Olson

605 Dave Stieb

606 Kenny Rogers

607 Zane Smith

608 Bob Geren

609 Chad Kreuter

610 Mike Smithson

611 Jeff Wetherby RC

612 Gary Mielke RC

613 Pete Smith

614 Jack Daugherty RC

615 Lance McCullers

616 Don Robinson

617 Jose Guzman

618 Steve Bedrosian

619 Jamie Moyer

620 Atlee Hammaker

621 Rick Luecken RC

622 Greg W. Harris

623 Pete Harnisch

624 Jerald Clark

625 Jack McDowell

626 Frank Viola

627 Teddy Higuera

628 Marty Pevey RC

629 Bill Wegman

630 Eric Plunk

631 Drew Hall

632 Doug Jones

633 Geno Petralli

634 Jose Alvarez

635 Bob Milacki

636 Bobby Witt

637 Trevor Wilson

638 Jeff Russell

639 Mike Krukow

640 Rick Leach

641 Dave Schmidt

642 Terry Leach

643 Calvin Schiraldi

644 Bob Melvin

645 Jim Abbott

646 Jaime Navarro

647 Mark Langston

648 Juan Nieves

649 Damaso Garcia

650 Charlie O’Brien

651 Eric King

652 Mike Boddicker

653 Duane Ward

654 Bob Stanley

655 Sandy Alomar Jr.

656 Danny Tartabull

657 Randy McCament RC

658 Charlie Leibrandt

659 Dan Quisenberry

660 Paul Assenmacher

661 Walt Terrell

662 Tim Leary

663 Randy Milligan

664 Bo Diaz

665 Mark Lemke

666 Jose Gonzalez

667 Chuck Finley

668 John Kruk

669 Dick Schofield

670 Tim Crews

671 John Dopson

672 John Orton RC

673 Eric Hetzel

674 Lance Parrish

675 Ramon Martinez

676 Mark Gubicza

678 Greg Mathews

679 Dave Dravecky

680 Steve Farr

681 Mike Devereaux

682 Ken Griffey Sr

683 Mickey Weston

684 Jack Armstrong

685 Steve Buechele

686 Bryan Harvey

687 Lance Blankenship

688 Dante Bichette

689 Todd Burns

690 Dan Petry

691 Kent Anderson

692 Todd Stottlemyre

693 Wally Joyner

694 Mike Rochford

695 Floyd Bannister

696 Rick Reuschel

697 Jose DeLeon

698 Jeff Montgomery

699 Kelly Downs

700 Checklist (cards #601-700)

701 Jim Gott

702 Delino DeShields, Larry Walker, Marquis Grissom

703 Alejandro Pena

704 Willie Randolph

705 Tim Leary

706 Chuck McElroy RC

707 Gerald Perry

708 Tom Brunansky

709 John Franco

710 Mark Davis

711 David Justice RC

712 Storm Davis

713 Scott Ruskin RC

714 Glenn Braggs

715 Kevin Bearse RC

716 Jose Nunez

717 Tim Layana RC

718 Greg Myers

719 Pete O’Brien

720 John Candelaria

721 Craig Grebeck RC

722 Shawn Boskie RC

723 Jim Leyritz RC

724 Bill Sampen RC

725 Scott Radinsky RC

726 Todd Hundley RC

727 Scott Hemond RC

728 Lenny Webster RC

729 Jeff Reardon

730 Mitch Webster

731 Brian Bohanon RC

732 Rick Parker RC

733 Terry Shumpert RC

734 Nolan Ryan

735 John Burkett

736 Derrick May RC

737 Carlos Baerga RC

738 Greg Smith RC

739 Scott Sanderson

740 Joe Kraemer RC

741 Hector Villanueva RC

742 Mike Fetters RC

743 Mark Gardner RC

744 Matt Nokes

745 Dave Winfield

746 Delino DeShields RC

747 Dann Howitt RC

748 Tony Pena

749 Oil Can Boyd

750 Mike Benjamin RC

751 Alex Cole RC

752 Eric Gunderson RC

753 Howard Farmer RC

754 Joe Carter

755 Ray Lankford RC

756 Sandy Alomar Jr.

757 Alex Sanchez

758 Nick Esasky

759 Stan Belinda RC

760 Jim Presley

761 Gary DiSarcina RC

762 Wayne Edwards RC

763 Pat Combs

764 Mickey Pina RC

765 Wilson Alvarez RC

766 Dave Parker

767 Mike Blowers RC

768 Tony Phillips

769 Pascual Perez

770 Gary Pettis

771 Fred Lynn

772 Mel Rojas RC

773 David Segui RC

774 Gary Carter

775 Rafael Valdez RC

776 Glenallen Hill

777 Keith Hernandez

778 Billy Hatcher

779 Marty Clary

780 Candy Maldonado

781 Mike Marshall

782 Billy Joe Robidoux

783 Mark Langston

784 Paul Sorrento RC

785 Dave Hollins RC

786 Cecil Fielder

787 Matt Young

788 Jeff Huson

789 Lloyd Moseby

790 Ron Kittle

791 Hubie Brooks

792 Craig Lefferts

793 Kevin Bass

794 Bryn Smith

795 Juan Samuel

796 Sam Horn

797 Randy Myers

798 Chris James

799 Bill Gullickson

800 Checklist (cards #701-800)

Reggie Jackson Baseball Heroes

 

1 1969 Emerging Superstar

2 1973 An MVP Year

3 1977 “Mr. October”

4 1978 Jackson vs. Welch

5 1982 Under the Halo

6 1984 500!

7 1986 Moving Up the List

8 1987 A Great Career Ends

9 Checklist

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