Sunday, February 19, 2017

Baseball Card Binder #1

At Christmas, I brought back from my parents house a binder of baseball cards. So, I thought I'd do a series of posts for the pages of it in hopes that you, the readers, might find something missing from your collection(s). I have 27 images and haven't decided yet how many I'll post per post, but for this first one, here are pages 1, 2-3, and 4-5.

Page 1;


What you have on page 1 are the following cards,:
1. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, 1989 KMart Dream Team, Card #29
2-4. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, 1989 Classic, Card #128 TRADED 1
5-6. Carlos Quintana, Boston Red Sox, 1989 Classic, Card #133 TRADED 1
7. Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers, 1989 Topps Ames 20/20 Club, Card #33
8. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, 1989 Topps Ames 20/20 Club, Card #29
9. Carlos Quintana, Boston Red Sox, Pacific Cards, Super Stars, Card #7 TRADED


Page 2 has just four cards:
1. Carlos Quintana, Boston Red Sox, Pacific Cards, Super Stars, Card #7
2-3. Royal Clayton, Albany-Colonie Yankees, 1989 Star, Card #96
4. Eric Anthony, Columbus Mudcats, 1989 Star, Card #1

Page 3 is complete -- all cards are from the 1989 Fleer League Leaders set:
1-2. Glenn Davis, Houston Astros, Card #11 TRADED 1
3-4. Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers, Card #44 TRADED
5-7. Greg Swindell, Cleveland Indians, Card #38 -- TRADED
8-9. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, Card #19 TRADED 1


Page 4 is a continuation of some 1989 Fleer League Leaders:
1-3. Andres Galarraga, Montreal Expos, Card #14 TRADED 1
4-6. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, Card #40 TRADED 1

Page 5 has two guys from the 1989 Singles Superstars set:
1-4. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, Card #9 TRADED 1
5-9. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, Card #16 TRADED 1

All the cards are in great shape. If you see anything you want please let me know. Lots more to come!

Thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

  1. I'll take a Galarraga lol But you knew that already lol

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  2. Just an update. I think there are going to be 9 posts. So, keep an eye out for them. I'll mix in a couple of trade posts as well to spice it up.

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