(For more classic cardboard, check out our Complete Guide to the Golden Era of Baseball Cards.)

Veteran1990-Donruss-Chicago-Cubs-Team-Set collectors at the time might have been forgiven for ignoring the prognostication presented to us in each wax pack of 1990 Donruss baseball cards that spring.

After all, the powerful Oakland A’s had ascended to their rightful place as World Series champions in the fall of 1989 after being rudely dispatched by the Los Angeles Dodgers and Kirk Gibson the year before. But as the 1990s dawned, the Bash Brothers — Mark McGwire and Jose Canseco — were poised to lead a cast that included 1990-Donruss-Wax-Boxperennial Cy Young candidate Dave Stewart, budding relief legend Dennis Eckersley, and a lineup of fellow mashers to a string of championships.

And, while the Cincinnati Reds had had a nice run as contenders in the National League West, all of that came to an end when manager Pete Rose embroiled the team and the game in a gambling scandal that still taints the era. There was no reason to think we’d see any kind of Red October outside the theater for years to come.

Yet, Donruss was adamant that the Reds, or at least “red” was not necessarily dead, and they shouted that message to us from every card front.

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.

Notice This 

By the spring of 1990, the baseball card market was growing crowded, with Bowman, Sportflics, Score, and Upper Deck having joined the traditional triumvirate of Topps, Fl1990-Donruss-Barry-Bondseer, and Donruss on store shelves. And, with budding anticipation that new brands would be joining the premium fray, the old standbys were under a lot of pressure to stand out.

And what better way to distinguish yourself than with a bold, maybe even controversial, design?

For Donruss in 1990, this meant using color in a way that no other card maker had ever tried before.

In particular, the front of each 1990 Donruss card is dominated by a bright red border punctuated by a swath of colorful bubbles in the middle two thirds of the left and right margins.

The top of the card starts off in the upper lefthand corner with a black-and-white “Donruss ’90” logo. Beneath that bit of branding are two rule lines with the player’s name scrawled in white script, angled up across the staff.  On the second line, the player’s position appears in white block lettering, and his team name is given the same treatment, perched on the thin black upper border of the picture.

Oh yes, there is a full-color player photo covering the bottom 80% of the card, though the photo quality is nothing special. As was typical of Donruss during the ’80s, photos range from head shots to fuller-body poses to in-game action shots. Notorious for funky tinting and exposure inconsistencies, Donruss at least seemed to have most of that under control in 1990, as the majority of photos were bright if not especia1990-Donruss-Howard-Johnson-Backlly clear.

The 1990 card backs are a prototypical Donruss production, with the card number in a baseball in the upper lefthand corner of the horizontal design, set against a pale pink-orange background. Next to that paper horsehide is the player’s full name in bold black on top of a block of vital stats and biographical information.

The middle third (or so) of the card back displays as many as the most recent five years’ worth of statistics, along with career totals. Each card wraps up with information about the player’s contract status and some career highlights in the bottom section.

A Rated Splash of Royal Variety

If you didn’t like the garish red borders of the 1990 Donruss baseball set, then you had plenty of other options in the market. But i1990-Donruss-Robin-Venturaf you just wanted some variety in your card design — while retaining that special bloodbath look-and-feel — then Donruss had you covered among their expansive 716-card offering.

As had been the case for each of their regular-issue sets since 1982, Donruss allocated the first 26 slots of their checklist to the Diamond Kings, special cards depicting one superstar from each team as rendered by Hall of Fame artist Dick Perez.

Well, “superstar” might be a bit strong, as Bo Jackson and John Smoltz were joined by such luminaries as Chris Bosio, Bryn Smith, and Kelly Gruber. At1990-Donruss-Kevin-Mitchell-Diamond-King the time, Donruss tried to cycle through a different DK for each team each season, and the pickings were growing slim after eight previous incarnations.

The Diamond King brand also made an appearance on card #27, the DK checklist, and card #665 of Nolan Ryan, the “King of Kings.” The Ryan Express was also featured on a 5000k commemorative card, #659.

Cards numbered 28-47 were dedicated to the Rated Rookies, another beloved Donruss device that in 1990 yielded first cards of Robin Ventura, Sandy Alomar, Jr., and Juan Gonzalez, as well as lesser lights
such as Pat Combs and Mike Fetters.

Taking a page from Topps’ playbook, Donruss featured separate All-Star cards for 10 AL and 10 NL standouts, scattered among the last 80 or so numbers in the set. Also like their older baseball-card brethren, Donruss dedicated seven cards to checklisting the set’s other cards, seeding them on the 100s — card #s 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 700.

Finally, card 588 showed collectors what a completed Carl Yas1990-Donruss-Harold-Baines-All-Startrzemski puzzle would look like, and the set wrapped with a Bart Giamatti memorial card at #716.

A Yaz Puzzle? How’d You Get That?

That Yaz puzzle could be1990-Donruss-Wax-Packs collected three pieces at a time, courtesy of a “puzzle card” inserted into every wax pack of 1990 Donruss cards. Those packs sold for 50 cents each and contained 16 cards in addition to the thick hunks of Yaz. You needed 63 total pieces to complete the puzzle (21 puzzle cards), so each 36-pack box would presumably have gotten you there with cardboard to spare.

If you wanted more red bang for your buck, you could have opted for the 37-card cello packs, which also delivered two blocks of Y1990-Donruss-Baseball-Factory-Setaz puzzle pieces, for 99 cents a pop. They came 24 packs to a box.

Stepping up the volume a bit more were the 48-card, three-Yaz rack packs, loaded 72 to a case.

Finally, Donruss offered up a whopping 78-card blister pack, which came in cases of 48.

Of course, if you wanted to skip the hassle of building your collection piece-by-piece, you could have opted for a factory set, which came with all 716 card1990-Donruss-David-Justices plus all of the Yaz puzzle pieces.

Red and Loaded

Even before the set ever saw the light of day, collectors assumed that 1990 Donruss baseball cards would be more common than a Yankee managerial change.

And so, no one was surprised to find those orange wax packs at Wal-Mart and Osco Drugs and card shows and gas stations and school bookstores. Coupled with those bloody borders, that evident overproduction could have completely buried 1990 Donruss from the beginning had the issue’s lineup been anything less than stellar.1990-Donruss-Bernie-Williams

Luckily, the checklist was absolutely loaded with rookie cards, and who wasn’t willing to take a chance on finding the next Kurt Stillwell or Buddy
Biancalana amid all of the Major League hopefuls?

Among the players making their red-cardboard debuts were Ventura, Alomar, Gonzalez, Todd Ziele (29), Juan Gonzalez (33), Marquis Grissom (36), Albert Belle (390), Sammy Sosa (489), Dean Palmer (529), Bernie Williams (689), David Justice (704), and John Olerud (711).
Add in the usual superstar lineup of Cal Ripken (96), Nolan Ryan (166), Rickey Henderson (304), and the other standouts of the late 80s and early 90s, and there was enough red-clad talent to keep collectors coming back for more Donruss, even though we knew we could never soak it all up.

Wait, There’s More!

Donruss seemed to be oblivious to our plight when it came to choking down all the regular-issue cards they loaded on our plates in 1990, because they augmented that generous offering with several parallel and special focus sets.

Among the extra helpings that Donruss whipped up in 1990s were:1990-Donruss-Aqueous-Test-Cal-Ripken

  • Pre-release promos: Issued to master distributors and dealers who bought directly from Donruss, the early promos featured 12 cards with white backs and include among their ranks a Todd Zeile specimen sans the “Rated Rookie” designation, Bo Jackson, and Jerome Walton with a different photo than was eventually released in the “real” set.
  • Aqueous Test: This 264-card issue is identical to the corresponding base set, except the aqueous cards featured a glossy finish and were labeled “AQUEOUS TEST” on card backs. This test issue was rumored to be sold in wax boxes, and several packs have surfaced in recent years, selling for $200+1990-Donruss-Blue-Test-Alan-Trammell apiece.
  • Blue/White Test: Long rumored to exist for various players, the blue and white test cards are identical to the base cards, but have either blue or white borders. Members of the Freedom Card Board forum have identified 228 blue/white test cards — 114 players available in both blue and white versions.
  • Super Diamond Kings: Available only through mail-in offer, SDKs are 4 7/8″ by 6 13/16″ versions of the regular Diamond Kings.
  • Bonus MVPs: The Bonus MVPs were 26 cards, one for each team, of the best players in the game with an “MVP” backdrop to their photos. These cards were inserted randomly across all types of base Donruss packs in 1990.
  • Grand Slammers: An homage to hitters who connected for four-run homers in 1989, Grand Slammers featured 12 big boppers and were inserted in cello packs.
  • Baseball’s Best: Issued as two separate factory sets, Baseball’s Best featured 144 “stars” from the American League and 144 from the Na1990-Donruss-The-Rookies-Sandy-Alomar-Jrtional League. The cards were very similar to the Donruss base set but showcased all-new images inside blue borders and included full stats on card backs.
  • The Rookies: Donruss’ answer to the Topps Traded and Fleer Update sets, The Rookies returned for its fifth rendition. Focusing on first-year players and seeking to capitalize on the rookie-card craze of the time, The Rookies was sold as a 56-card factory set and included holdovers from the base set as well as true “first Donruss cards” for others. In all cases, photos were new, and the design was a green-bordered version of the regular 1990 issue.

A Reversal of Fortune … and Images

And if a1990-Donruss-Nolan-Ryan-King-of-Kingsll THAT weren’t sufficient to make collectors turn and run for the Hills (Hit Men box set by Topps), the 1990 Donruss issue was home to enough error and variation cards to make a true master set about as easy to put together as a 10,000-piece jigsaw puzzle of an earthworm in a mud storm.

So take a breath and behold the (partial) list of variations that these rubicund rectangles offer up:

  • Virtually all of the All-Star cards exist with backs that claim to show either “All-Star Game Performance” or “Recent Major League Performance.”
  • Several cards, including #639 of Jack Morris, exist with and without black lines slashing through various parts of their obverses.
  • The Ruben Sierra Diamond King (#3) can be found with and without a black notch on its top back border.
  • The Brian Downing Diamond King (#10) and the Juan Gonzalez Rated Rookie (#33) exist with reversed and corrected front images.
  • All of the checklists exists with multiple variations in terms of card numbers listed.
  • The Nolan Ryan King of Kings (665) can be found with #659 on back, with and without the information from that 5000K Ryan card.1990-Donruss-Kevin-Brown
  • Several players, including Kelly Gruber on card #113, can be found with correct or erroneous birth dates.
  • Card #343 tells us about how Kevin Brown was “signeed” with the Rangers.

Are there other missteps and resteps in the 1990 Donruss set?

Given that just this partial list brings the master count to about 750 cards, chances are pretty good.

How Much You Want for the Whole Thing?

So, w1990-Donruss-Baseballs-Best-Will-Clarkith this glut of product and a dizzying variety of cards available, are there any 1990 Donruss baseball cards worth collecting?

As with virtually all issues from the 1980s and 1990s, it depends on your motivation and perspective.

If you’re looking for high-dollar collectibles, these red “beauties” probably won’t float your boat since complete sets often sell for lest than $10 more than a quarter century after their release. Even the reverse-negative Gonzalez rookie can be had for less than a buck in solid raw condition, though high-grade slabbed copies can bring close to $1000.

Likewise, graded copies of the aqueous test issue for the biggest stars can bring hundreds of dollars (or more) in top condition.

For the most part, though, the 1990 Donruss set is loaded with commons-bin fodder, and there is likely enough remaining unopened product to keep collectors up to their ears in wax for generations to come.1990-Donruss-Wax-Pack

Is that good or bad?

Again, it depends on your perspective, but there is something to be said for a palm-sized time machine that you can buy for less than the cost of a pocket full of lint.

And, if you have an astute eye for detail, that pack of 1990 Donruss baseball cards that you fished from the bottom shelf at the local junk shop just might give you some insight into the future. After all, who else could have predicted that the Cincinnati Reds would storm all the way back to win the World Series over the vaunted Athletics that October?

(For more classic cardboard, check out our Complete Guide to the Golden Era of Baseball Cards.)





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RC – Rookie Card

RR– Rated Rookie

AS – All-Star


1 Bo Jackson DK

2 Steve Sax DK

3 Ruben Sierra DK

4 Ken Griffey, Jr. DK

5 Mickey Tettleton DK

6 Dave Stewart DK

7 Jim Deshaies DK

8 John Smoltz DK

9 Mike Bielecki DK

10 Brian Downing DK

11 Kevin Mitchell DK

12 Kelly Gruber DK

13 Joe Magrane DK

14 John Franco DK

15 Ozzie Guillen DK

16 Lou Whitaker DK

17 John Smiley DK

18 Howard Johnson DK

19 Willie Randolph DK

20 Chris Bosio DK

21 Tommy Herr DK

22 Dan Gladden DK

23 Ellis Burks DK

24 Pete O’Brien DK

25 Bryn Smith DK

26 Ed Whitson DK

27 Diamond Kings Checklist

28 Robin Ventura RR

29 Todd Zeile RR

30 Sandy Alomar, Jr. RR

31 Kent Mercker RR RC

32 Ben McDonald RR RC

33 Juan Gonzalez RR RC

34 Eric Anthony RR RC

35 Mike Fetters RR RC

36 Marquis Grissom RR RC

37 Greg Vaughn RR

38 Brian DuBois RR RC

39 Steve Avery RR

40 Mark Gardner RR RC

41 Andy Benes RR

42 Delino DeShields RR RC

43 Scott Coolbaugh RR RC

44 Pat Combs RR

45 Alex Sanchez RR

46 Kelly Mann RR RC

47 Julio Machado RR RC

48 Pete Incaviglia

49 Shawon Dunston

50 Jeff Treadway

51 Jeff Ballard

52 Claudell Washington

53 Juan Samuel

54 John Smiley

55 Rob Deer

56 Geno Petralli

57 Chris Bosio

58 Carlton Fisk

59 Kirt Manwaring

60 Chet Lemon

61 Bo Jackson

62 Doyle Alexander

63 Pedro Guerrero

64 Allan Anderson

65 Greg W. Harris

66 Mike Greenwell

67 Walt Weiss

68 Wade Boggs

69 Jim Clancy

70 Junior Felix

71 Barry Larkin

72 Dave LaPoint

73 Joel Skinner

74 Jesse Barfield

75 Tommy Herr

76 Ricky Jordan

77 Eddie Murray

78 Steve Sax

79 Tim Belcher

80 Danny Jackson

81 Kent Hrbek

82 Milt Thompson

83 Brook Jacoby

84 Mike Marshall

85 Kevin Seitzer

86 Tony Gwynn

87 Dave Stieb

88 Dave Smith

89 Bret Saberhagen

90 Alan Trammell

91 Tony Phillips

92 Doug Drabek

93 Jeffrey Leonard

94 Wally Joyner

95 Carney Lansford

96 Cal Ripken

97 Andres Galarraga

98 Kevin Mitchell

99 Howard Johnson

100 Checklist

101 Melido Perez

102 Spike Owen

103 Paul Molitor

104 Geronimo Berroa

105 Ryne Sandberg

106 Bryn Smith

107 Steve Buechele

108 Jim Abbott

109 Alvin Davis

110 Lee Smith

111 Roberto Alomar

112 Rick Reuschel

113 Kelly Gruber

114 Joe Carter

115 Jose Rijo

116 Greg Minton

117 Bob Ojeda

118 Glenn Davis

119 Jeff Reardon

120 Kurt Stillwell

121 John Smoltz

122 Dwight Evans

123 Eric Yelding RC

124 John Franco

125 Jose Canseco

126 Barry Bonds

127 Lee Guetterman

128 Jack Clark

129 Dave Valle

130 Hubie Brooks

131 Ernest Riles

132 Mike Morgan

133 Steve Jeltz

134 Jeff D. Robinson

135 Ozzie Guillen

136 Chili Davis

137 Mitch Webster

138 Jerry Browne

139 Bo Diaz

140 Robby Thompson

141 Craig Worthington

142 Julio Franco

143 Brian Holman

144 George Brett

145 Tom Glavine

146 Robin Yount

147 Gary Carter

148 Ron Kittle

149 Tony Fernandez

150 Dave Stewart

151 Gary Gaetti

152 Kevin Elster

153 Gerald Perry

154 Jesse Orosco

155 Wally Backman

156 Dennis Martinez

157 Rick Sutcliffe

158 Greg Maddux

159 Andy Hawkins

160 John Kruk

161 Jose Oquendo

162 John Dopson

163 Joe Magrane

164 Bill Ripken

165 Fred Manrique

166 Nolan Ryan

167 Damon Berryhill

168 Dale Murphy

169 Mickey Tettleton

170 Kirk McCaskill

171 Dwight Gooden

172 Jose Lind

173 B.J. Surhoff

174 Ruben Sierra

175 Dan Plesac

176 Dan Pasqua

177 Kelly Downs

178 Matt Nokes

179 Luis Aquino

180 Frank Tanana

181 Tony Pena

182 Dan Gladden

183 Bruce Hurst

184 Roger Clemens

185 Mark McGwire

186 Rob Murphy

187 Jim Deshaies

188 Fred McGriff

189 Rob Dibble

190 Don Mattingly

191 Felix Fermin

192 Roberto Kelly

193 Dennis Cook

194 Darren Daulton

195 Alfredo Griffin

196 Eric Plunk

197 Orel Hershiser

198 Paul O’Neill

199 Randy Bush

200 Checklist

201 Ozzie Smith

202 Pete O’Brien

203 Jay Howell

204 Mark Gubicza

205 Ed Whitson

206 George Bell

207 Mike Scott

208 Charlie Leibrandt

209 Mike Heath

210 Dennis Eckersley

211 Mike LaValliere

212 Darnell Coles

213 Lance Parrish

214 Mike Moore

215 Steve Finley

216 Tim Raines

217 Scott Garrelts

218 Kevin McReynolds

219 Dave Gallagher

220 Tim Wallach

221 Chuck Crim

222 Lonnie Smith

223 Andre Dawson

224 Nelson Santovenia

225 Rafael Palmeiro

226 Devon White

227 Harold Reynolds

228 Ellis Burks

229 Mark Parent

230 Will Clark

231 Jimmy Key

232 John Farrell

233 Eric Davis

234 Johnny Ray

235 Darryl Strawberry

236 Bill Doran

237 Greg Gagne

238 Jim Eisenreich

239 Tommy Gregg

240 Marty Barrett

241 Rafael Ramirez

242 Chris Sabo

243 Dave Henderson

244 Andy Van Slyke

245 Alvaro Espinoza

246 Garry Templeton

247 Gene Harris

248 Kevin Gross

249 Brett Butler

250 Willie Randolph

251 Roger McDowell

252 Rafael Belliard

253 Steve Rosenberg

254 Jack Howell

255 Marvell Wynne

256 Tom Candiotti

257 Todd Benzinger

258 Don Robinson

259 Phil Bradley

260 Cecil Espy

261 Scott Bankhead

262 Frank White

263 Andres Thomas

264 Glenn Braggs

265 David Cone

266 Bobby Thigpen

267 Nelson Liriano

268 Terry Steinbach

269 Kirby Puckett

270 Gregg Jefferies

271 Jeff Blauser

272 Cory Snyder

273 Roy Smith

274 Tom Foley

275 Mitch Williams

276 Paul Kilgus

277 Don Slaught

278 Von Hayes

279 Vince Coleman

280 Mike Boddicker

281 Ken Dayley

282 Mike Devereaux

283 Kenny Rogers

284 Jeff Russell

285 Jerome Walton

286 Derek Lilliquist

287 Joe Orsulak

288 Dick Schofield

289 Ron Darling

290 Bobby Bonilla

291 Jim Gantner

292 Bobby Witt

293 Greg Brock

294 Ivan Calderon

295 Steve Bedrosian

296 Mike Henneman

297 Tom Gordon

298 Lou Whitaker

299 Terry Pendleton

300 Checklist

301 Juan Berenguer

302 Mark Davis

303 Nick Esasky

304 Rickey Henderson

305 Rick Cerone

306 Craig Biggio

307 Duane Ward

308 Tom Browning

309 Walt Terrell

310 Greg Swindell

311 Dave Righetti

312 Mike Maddux

313 Lenny Dykstra

314 Jose Gonzalez

315 Steve Balboni

316 Mike Scioscia

317 Ron Oester

318 Gary Wayne

319 Todd Worrell

320 Doug Jones

321 Jeff Hamilton

322 Danny Tartabull

323 Chris James

324 Mike Flanagan

325 Gerald Young

326 Bob Boone

327 Frank Williams

328 Dave Parker

329 Sid Bream

330 Mike Schooler

331 Bert Blyleven

332 Bob Welch

333 Bob Milacki

334 Tim Burke

335 Jose Uribe

336 Randy Myers

337 Eric King

338 Mark Langston

339 Teddy Higuera

340 Oddibe McDowell

341 Lloyd McClendon

342 Pascual Perez

343 Kevin Brown

344 Chuck Finley

345 Erik Hanson

346 Rich Gedman

347 Bip Roberts

348 Matt Williams

349 Tom Henke

350 Brad Komminsk

351 Jeff Reed

352 Brian Downing

353 Frank Viola

354 Terry Puhl

355 Brian Harper

356 Steve Farr

357 Joe Boever

358 Danny Heep

359 Larry Andersen

360 Rolando Roomes

361 Mike Gallego

362 Bob Kipper

363 Clay Parker

364 Mike Pagliarulo

365 Ken Griffey, Jr.

366 Rex Hudler

367 Pat Sheridan

368 Kirk Gibson

369 Jeff Parrett

370 Bob Walk

371 Ken Patterson

372 Bryan Harvey

373 Mike Bielecki

374 Tom Magrann RC

375 Rick Mahler

376 Craig Lefferts

377 Gregg Olson

378 Jamie Moyer

379 Randy Johnson

380 Jeff Montgomery

381 Marty Clary

382 Bill Spiers

383 Dave Magadan

384 Greg Hibbard RC

385 Ernie Whitt

386 Rick Honeycutt

387 Dave West

388 Keith Hernandez

389 Jose Alvarez

390 Albert Belle

391 Rick Aguilera

392 Mike Fitzgerald

393 Dwight Smith

394 Steve Wilson

395 Bob Geren

396 Randy Ready

397 Ken Hill

398 Jody Reed

399 Tom Brunansky

400 Checklist

401 Rene Gonzales

402 Harold Baines

403 Cecilio Guante

404 Joe Girardi

405 Sergio Valdez

406 Mark Williamson

407 Glenn Hoffman

408 Jeff Innis RC

409 Randy Kramer

410 Charlie O’Brien

411 Charlie Hough

412 Gus Polidor

413 Ron Karkovice

414 Trevor Wilson

415 Kevin Ritz RC

416 Gary Thurman

417 Jeff M. Robinson

418 Scott Terry

419 Tim Laudner

420 Dennis Rasmussen

421 Luis Rivera

422 Jim Corsi

423 Dennis Lamp

424 Ken Caminiti

425 David Wells

426 Norm Charlton

427 Deion Sanders

428 Dion James

429 Chuck Cary

430 Ken Howell

431 Steve Lake

432 Kal Daniels

433 Lance McCullers

434 Lenny Harris

435 Scott Scudder

436 Gene Larkin

437 Dan Quisenberry

438 Steve Olin RC

439 Mickey Hatcher

440 Willie Wilson

441 Mark Grant

442 Mookie Wilson

443 Alex Trevino

444 Pat Tabler

445 Dave Bergman

446 Todd Burns

447 R.J. Reynolds

448 Jay Buhner

449 Lee Stevens

450 Ron Hassey

451 Bob Melvin

452 Dave Martinez

453 Greg Litton

454 Mark Carreon

455 Scott Fletcher

456 Otis Nixon

457 Tony Fossas RC

458 John Russell

459 Paul Assenmacher

460 Zane Smith

461 Jack Daugherty RC

462 Rich Monteleone

463 Greg Briley

464 Mike Smithson

465 Benito Santiago

466 Jeff Brantley

467 Jose Nunez

468 Scott Bailes

469 Ken Griffey, Sr.

470 Bob McClure

471 Mackey Sasser

472 Glenn Wilson

473 Kevin Tapani RC

474 Bill Buckner

475 Ron Gant

476 Kevin Romine

477 Juan Agosto

478 Herm Winningham

479 Storm Davis

480 Jeff King

481 Kevin Mmahat RC

482 Carmelo Martinez

483 Omar Vizquel

484 Jim Dwyer

485 Bob Knepper

486 Dave Anderson

487 Ron Jones

488 Jay Bell

489 Sammy Sosa RC

490 Kent Anderson

491 Domingo Ramos

492 Dave Clark

493 Tim Birtsas

494 Ken Oberkfell

495 Larry Sheets

496 Jeff Kunkel

497 Jim Presley

498 Mike Macfarlane

499 Pete Smith

500 Checklist

501 Gary Sheffield

502 Terry Bross RC

503 Jerry Kutzler RC

504 Lloyd Moseby

505 Curt Young

506 Al Newman

507 Keith Miller

508 Mike Stanton RC

509 Rich Yett

510 Tim Drummond RC

511 Joe Hesketh

512 Rick Wrona

513 Luis Salazar

514 Hal Morris

515 Terry Mulholland

516 John Morris

517 Carlos Quintana

518 Frank DiPino

519 Randy Milligan

520 Chad Kreuter

521 Mike Jeffcoat

522 Mike Harkey

523 Andy Nezelek

524 Dave Schmidt

525 Tony Armas

526 Barry Lyons

527 Rick Reed RC

528 Jerry Reuss

529 Dean Palmer RC

530 Jeff Peterek RC

531 Carlos Martinez

532 Charlie Haag

533 Mike Brumley

534 Terry Leach

535 Doug Strange RC

536 Jose DeLeon

537 Shane Rawley

538 Joey Cora

539 Eric Hetzel

540 Gene Nelson

541 Wes Gardner

542 Mark Portugal

543 Al Leiter

544 Jack Armstrong

545 Greg Cadaret

546 Rod Nichols

547 Luis Polonia

548 Charlie Hayes

549 Dickie Thon

550 Tim Crews

551 Dave Winfield

552 Mike Davis

553 Ron Robinson

554 Carmen Castillo

555 John Costello

556 Bud Black

557 Rick Dempsey

558 Jim Acker

559 Eric Show

560 Pat Borders

561 Danny Darwin

562 Rick Luecken RC

563 Edwin Nunez

564 Felix Jose

565 John Cangelosi

566 Bill Swift

567 Bill Schroeder

568 Stan Javier

569 Jim Traber

570 Wallace Johnson

571 Donell Nixon

572 Sid Fernandez

573 Lance Johnson

574 Andy McGaffigan

575 Mark Knudson

576 Tommy Greene RC

577 Mark Grace

578 Larry Walker RC

579 Mike Stanley

580 Mike Witt

581 Scott Bradley

582 Greg A. Harris

583 Kevin Hickey

584 Lee Mazzilli

585 Jeff Pico

586 Joe Oliver

587 Willie Fraser

588 Carl Yastrzemski PUZ

589 Kevin Bass

590 John Moses

591 Tom Pagnozzi

592 Tony Castillo

593 Jerald Clark

594 Dan Schatzeder

595 Luis Quinones

596 Pete Harnisch

597 Gary Redus

598 Mel Hall

599 Rick Schu

600 Checklist

601 Mike Kingery

602 Terry Kennedy

603 Mike Sharperson

604 Don Carman

605 Jim Gott

606 Donn Pall

607 Rance Mulliniks

608 Curt Wilkerson

609 Mike Felder

610 Guillermo Hernandez

611 Candy Maldonado

612 Mark Thurmond

613 Rick Leach RC

614 Jerry Reed

615 Franklin Stubbs

616 Billy Hatcher

617 Don August

618 Tim Teufel

619 Shawn Hillegas

620 Manny Lee

621 Gary Ward

622 Mark Guthrie RC

623 Jeff Musselman

624 Mark Lemke

625 Fernando Valenzuela

626 Paul Sorrento RC

627 Glenallen Hill

628 Les Lancaster

629 Vance Law

630 Randy Velarde

631 Todd Frohwirth

632 Willie McGee

633 Dennis Boyd

634 Cris Carpenter

635 Brian Holton

636 Tracy Jones

637 Terry Steinbach AS

638 Brady Anderson

639 Jack Morris

640 Jaime Navarro

641 Darrin Jackson

642 Mike Dyer RC

643 Mike Schmidt “All-Time Great”

644 Henry Cotto

645 John Cerutti

646 Francisco Cabrera

647 Scott Sanderson

648 Brian Meyer

649 Ray Searage

650 Bo Jackson AS

651 Steve Lyons

652 Mike LaCoss

653 Ted Power

654 Howard Johnson AS

655 Mauro Gozzo RC

656 Mike Blowers RC

657 Paul Gibson

658 Neal Heaton

659 Nolan Ryan 5000K

660 Harold Baines AS

661 Gary Pettis

662 Clint Zavaras RC

663 Rick Reuschel

664 Alejandro Pena

665 Nolan Ryan KING

666 Ricky Horton

667 Curt Schilling

668 Bill Landrum

669 Todd Stottlemyre

670 Tim Leary

671 John Wetteland

672 Calvin Schiraldi

673 Ruben Sierra AS

674 Pedro Guerrero AS

675 Ken Phelps

676 Cal Ripken, Jr. AS

677 Denny Walling

678 Goose Gossage

679 Gary Mielke RC

680 Bill Bathe

681 Tom Lawless

682 Xavier Hernandez RC

683 Kirby Puckett AS

684 Mariano Duncan

685 Ramon Martinez

686 Tim Jones

687 Tom Filer

688 Steve Lombardozzi

689 Bernie Williams RC

690 Chip Hale RC

691 Beau Allred RC

692 Ryne Sandberg AS

693 Jeff Huson RC

694 Curt Ford

695 Eric Davis AS

696 Scott Lusader

697 Mark McGwire AS

698 Steve Cummings RC

699 George Canale RC

700 Checklist

701 Julio Franco AS

702 Dave Johnson RC

703 Dave Stewart AS

704 Dave Justice RC

705 Tony Gwynn AS

706 Greg Myers

707 Will Clark AS

708 Benito Santiago AS

709 Larry McWilliams

710 Ozzie Smith AS

711 John Olerud RC

712 Wade Boggs AS

713 Gary Eave RC

714 Bob Tewksbury

715 Kevin Mitchell AS

716 Bart Giamatti (memorial)