Saturday, February 25, 2017

Baseball Card Binder #4

This post is a little easier and different as it features only 1989 Score baseball cards. A lot of these have been claimed already, like in the last posts, but I've been slack with updating which cards have already found new home(s).

 Let's start with the Rookies:


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1-5. Sandy Alomar Jr., San Diego Padres, Card #630
6-9. Gary Sheffield, Milwaukee Brewers, Card #625


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1-3. Dwight Smith, Chicago Cubs, Card #642
4. Dave Gallagher, Chicago White Sox, Card #455
5. Ron Jones, Philadelphia Phillies, Card #639
6. Geronimo Berroa, Toronto Blue Jays, Card #632
7-8. Matt Williams, San Francisco Giants, Card #612
9. Craig Biggio, Houston Astros, Card #237 NOT FOR TRADE

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1-2. Randy Johnson, Montreal Expos, Card #645
3-5. Derek Lilliquist, Atlanta Braves, Card #631
6. Van Snider, Cincinnati Reds, Card #640
7-8. Steve Searcy, Detroit Tigers, Card #627


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1. Lance Blankenship, Oakland Athletics, Card #641
2-3. Mike Harkey, Chicago Cubs, Card #624
4. Jerald Clark, San Diego Padres, Card #644
5. Todd Frohwirth, Philadelphia Philles, Card #647
6. Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners, Card #637
7-9. Chad Kreuter, Texas Rangers, Card #638

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1-3. Tom Prince, Pittsburgh Pirates, Card #626
4-5. Bill Brennan, Los Angeles Dodgers, Card #622
6. Rickey Henderson, New York Yankees, Card #657 (1988 Highlight)
7-8. Paul Gibson, Detroit Tigers, Card #595a (with players hand grabbing his crotch in background)
9. Tom Browning, Cincinnati Reds, Card #658 (1988 Highlight)


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1-2. Bob Milacki, Baltimore Orioles, Card #651
3. Doug Jones, Cleveland Indians, Card #656 (1988 Highlight) TRADED
4-6. Norm Charlton, Cincinnati Reds, Card #646
7. Cameron Drew, Houston Astros, Card #643
8-9. Tim Jones, St. Louis Cardinals, Card #649


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1-2. John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves, Card #616 NOT FOR TRADE
3-9: Blank

Thanks for stopping by!

4 comments:

  1. I could use one of the Randy Johnson cards.

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  2. Mike beat me to it but I would love one of the Randy Johnson cards. But I'd also be interested in the Doug Jones highlight, the Biggio card and one of the Smoltz cards.

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  3. Damn straight! Baseball prospectors and meteorologists have to be the most incompetent professions.

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