Thursday, February 23, 2017

Baseball Card Binder #3

Are you ready for some more cards that you probably aren't interested in?? Well, you've come to the right baseball card blog! I think my new tagline will be: "Baseball Every Night, bringing you the mundane from a couple of decades ago..."


At least with this first page the cards and players are different that in the previous posts.

Page 14
1. Dale Murphy, Atlanta Braves, 1988 Fleer, Card #544TRADED
2. Todd Benzinger, Boston Red Sox, 1988 Fleer, Card #344
3. Ken Caminiti,Houston Astros, 1988 Fleer, Card #441
4. Gary Thurman, Kansas City Royals, 1988 Fleer, Card #272
5. Mark Carreon, New York Mets, 1988 Fleer, Card #129
6. Tim "Hall of Fame" Raines, Montreal Expos, 1988 Fleer, Card #193
7. Roberto Kelly, New York Yankees, 1988 Fleer, Card #212
8-9. Steve Carlton, Minnesota Twins, 1988 Fleer, Card #7

Page 15
1-2. Gary Sheffield, Milwaukee Brewers, 1989 Fleer, Card #196
3. Bill Ripken, Baltimore Orioles, 1989 Fleer, Card #616 [black box variation] TRADED
4-5. John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves, 1989 Fleer, Card #602
6. Ron Jones, Philadelphia Phillies, 1989 Fleer, Card #574
7-8. Sandy Alomar, Jr., San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer, Card #300
9. Sandy Alomar, Jr. and Roberto Alomar, San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer, Card #630


Page 16
1-2. Julio Franco, Cleveland Indians, 1989 Fleer All-Stars, Card #5 --TRADED
3. Erik Hanson, Seattle Mariners, 1989 Fleer, Card #549
4-5. Ramon Martinez, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1989 Fleer, Card #67
6. David West, New York Mets, 1989 Fleer, Card #51
7. Lance Blankenship, Oakland Athletics, 1989 Fleer, Card #2
8. Felix Jose, Oakland Athletics, 1989 Fleer, Card #15
9. Lenny Harris and Marty Brown, Cincinnati Reds, 1989 Fleer, Card #645

Page 17
1. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1989 Fleer All-Stars, Card #1 TRADED
2. Nelson Santovenia, Montreal Expos, 1989 Fleer, Card #292
3. Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres, 1989 Fleer, Card #305
4-6. Dale Murphy, Atlanta Braves, 1989 Fleer, Card #596
7. Mark Carreon, New York Mets, 1989 Fleer, Card #29
8-9. Van Snider, Cincinnati Reds, 1989 Fleer, Card #172


Page 18
1. Craig Worthington, Baltimore Orioles, 1989 Fleer, Card #627
2-3. Ellis Burks, Boston Red Sox, 1989 Fleer, Card #83
4. Ron Gant, Atlanta Braves, 1989 Fleer, Card #590
5-6. Randy Johnson, Montreal Expos, 1989 Fleer, Card #381a (VAR: Sign over left shoulder completely blacked out.) TRADED 1; Other NOT FOR TRADE
7-8. Carlos Quintana, Boston Red Sox, 1989 Fleer, Card #95
9. Blank

Page 19
1-2. Kurt Manwaring, San Francisco Giants, 1988 Score, Card #627
3. Ron Gant, Atlanta Braves, 1988 Score, Card #647
4-5. Mackey Sasser, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1988 Score, Card #642
6. Kevin Romine, Boston Red Sox, 1988 Score, Card #644
7. Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1988 Score, Card #116
8. Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1988 Score, Card #265
9. Pete O'Brien, Texas Rangers, 1988 Score, Card #29


Page 20: Continues the 1988 Score cards...
1. Dave Clark, Cleveland Indians, 1988 Score, Card #633 -- TRADED
2-3. Matt Williams, San Francisco Giants, 1988 Score, Card #118
4. Kevin Elster, New York Mets, 1988 Score, Card #624
5. Steve Kiefer, Milwaukee Brewers, 1988 Score, Card #630
6. Tim Crews, Los Angeles Dodgers, 1988 Score, Card #641
7-9: Blank

If you see something you're interested in, just let me know!

Thanks for stopping by, punks!

5 comments:

  1. Back in the late 80s my entire family collected cards. My dad completed the 89 Fleer set from packs and had a couple of different Billy Ripken cards, but he never found the one that set the collecting world afire.

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  2. I know you have been more than generous in sending cards my way, but can I put my name down for the Billy Ripken card and the Randy Johnson cards. Aldo, I am interested in any oddball Gwynn cards you come across. If you want to hold onto them until you are done with the binders, that is fine with me. You know me...I may see other cards that peak my interest woth the other binder sheets.

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  3. I'll take the Expos.. lol

    I was going to put in for the Ripken card just to say I have a variation of it, but I see TSHenson beat me to it (and the Randy)

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    1. That is, of course, if he only wanted one of the Randy Johnson.. I'd take the other lol

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    2. I would only be interested in one of the Randy Johnson cards. He is my newest player collection.

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