Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Baseball Card Binder #2

More cards from the binder. Woot woot! You're probably sensing a theme here. The cards do get a little more diverse, though probably still not too, too interesting, as the binder continues.

Page 6 is blank. Boooo.

Page 7 has the following
1-3. Andres Galarraga, Montreal Expos, 1989 Fleer Super Stars, Card #15
4-6. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, 1989 Fleer Super Stars, Card #40
7-8. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer Super Stars, Card #21


Page 8 is blank, too. Boooo.

Page 9
1-3. Ruben Sierra, Texas Rangers, 1989 Fleer Baseball All-Stars, Card #37 TRADED 1
4-6. Andres Galarraga, Montreal Expos, 1989 Fleer Baseball All-Stars, Card #13 TRADED 2
7-9. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, 1989 Fleer Baseball All-Stars, Card #41 TRADED 1


Page 10: Just two cards...
1-2. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer Baseball All Stars, Card #19 TRADED 1

Page 11
1-3. Andres Galarraga, Montreal Expos, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #16 TRADED 2
4-6.Glenn Davis, Houston Astros, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #11 TRADED 1
7-8. Ruben Sierra, Texas Rangers, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #37 TRADED 1
9. Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #44 TRADED



Page 12
10. Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #44 TRADED
11-12. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #20 TRADED 1
13-14. Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers, 1989 Fleer Heroes of Baseball, Card #40 TRADED 1

Page 13
1. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1988 Fleer, Card #323
2-3. Vince Coleman, St. Louis Cardinals, 1988 Fleer, Card #27
4. Jeff King (Pittsburgh Pirates) and Randell Byers (San Diego Padres), 1988 Fleer, Card #653
5. Randy Velarde (New York Yankees) and Adam Peterson (Chicago White Sox), 1988 Fleer, Card #646
6. Jack Savage (Los Angeles Dodgers) and Todd Simmons (San Diego Padres), 1988 Fleer, Card #650
7. Greg Jelks and Rom Newell (Philadelphia Phillies), 1988 Fleer, Card #648
8. Greg Maddux, Chicago Cubs, 1988 Fleer, Card #423
9. Joe Niekro, Minnesota Twins, 1988 Fleer, Card #18

Don't worry: there will be more crap in the next blog post too. Just speaking "straight out", like you'd want me to.

Thanks for stopping by!

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