To start it off, let's have a song from the summer of 1990:
It's tragic to post that... This was actually embarrassing to find and embed. My wife was like, "What are you doing?" and inched away from me on the sofa.
1990 Baseball Card Magazine #19
1990 Donruss #235
1990 Fleer #217
1990 Topps #600
1990 Topps All-Star Set Collector's Edition #7
1990 Upper Deck #182
1991 was a better summer for music (maybe) but by this time I was too busy for baseball cards because of working a summer job, eating pints of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, girls, and training for my senior year of cross country (we won the State championship) which was unbelievably awesome.
1991 Fleer #161
1991 Jimmy Dean # 5
1991 Score #640
1991 Score #691 (Master Blaster)
1991 Topps #200
1991 Topps All-Star #402
1992 Donruss #559
1992 Jimmy Dean # 9
1992 Studio #50
Well, one time we all might have been unbelievable. By 1991 and 1992, Strawberry was less so because of various injuries and lifestyle choices which is a shame. He had been in the big leagues for nearly a decade and should've been at his prime.
For music, 1992 was prime with excellent choices. It doesn't get any better or more 1992 than this:
Speaking of 1992 and sexy... The 1992 Studio card lists that Bo Derek was the person Strawberry wanted to meet most. She wasn't in anything worthwhile that year, but in 1990 she was in Ghosts Can't Do It for which she won a Golden Raspberry, which is a fruit-ish cousin of the strawberry. Donald Trump was also in that movie. I quit!
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