Sunday, October 23, 2016

A Shoebox of Baseball Cards: Chicago White Sox

UPDATE: ALL OF THESE CARDS HAVE BEEN TRADED. Sorry. -- 25 November 2016

Neil Allen looks like he's got wings, like Gidget the flying nun, in his 1987 Topps card. But, check this out, a whole slew of Chicago White Sox cards -- all free for the taking if you want them -- from 1987 to 1995.  Great players in this batch of cards!

1987 Topps: Neil Allen, White Sox Team Leaders, Ron Karkovice
1988 Topps: Steve Lyons, Fred Manrique, Ozzie Guillen
1989 Donruss: Steve Lyons
1989 Topps: Fred Manrique (2), Lance Johnson, Steve Lyons, Ken Patterson
1990 Donruss: Greg Hibbard, Carlos Martinez
1990 Fleer: Eric King
1990 Topps: Bobby Thigpen
1991 Donruss: Dan Pasqua, Greg Hibbard, Ivan Calderon, Lance Johnson
1991 Score: Bobby Thigpen (1990 Highlight), Phil Bradley, Melido Perez (No-Hit Club), Jerry Kutzler, Ron Karkovice
1991 Topps: Melido Perez
1991 Upper Deck: Ken Patterson, Steve Lyons
1992 Score: Scott Fletcher, Dan Pasqua (2), Charlie Hough, Wilson Alvarez (No-Hit Club)
1992 Topps: Donn Pall (name in gold), Ron Karkovice, Brian Drahman, Wilson Alvarez, Greg Hibbard, Matt Merullo
1992 Upper Deck: Bob Wickman, Lance Johnson, Jack McDowell
1993 Score: Ron Karkovice, Wilson Alvarez
1993 Score Select: Lance Johnson, Roberto Hernandez
1993 Topps: Craig Grebeck, Jack McDowell, Donn Pall
1993 Topps Stadium Club: Dave Stieb
1994 Score: Jack McDowell (2)
1995 Topps Stadium Club: Jack McDowell, Wilson Alvarez
1995 Upper Deck Collector's Choice: Jack McDowell (Special edition blue)



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4 comments:

  1. so how does this work? cuz I will take these chisox cards if you don't want 'em!

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    1. Hey there. Thanks for your comment. Please shoot me an email with your mailing address and I'll have them out to you. peterksteinber AT hotmail DOT com

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    2. Simpson! I gave you a bum email -- sorry. it's peterksteinberg AT hotmail DOT com - left the g off my last name. I'm sorry about that.

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  2. Still odd to know Dave Stieb was on the White Sox..

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