Saturday, March 11, 2017

Baseball Card Binder #8

These 1990 Donruss cards have me wanting veggie hotdogs and french fries. So Ketchup-y. But, maybe you want one or some of these guys?  If so, let me know.

So, like, was it common to be a rated rookie two years in a row? Alex Sanchez of the Toronto Blue Jays was in 1989 and in 1990. He was a rookie for a long-ass time!

Page 45
1-2: Kevin Mitchell, All-Star, Card #715 TRADED 1
3: Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle Mariners, Card #365
4-5: Jerome Walton, Chicago Cubs, Card #285
6-7: Greg Vaughn, Milwaukee Brewers, Card #37 TRADED 1
8-9: Bart Giamatti, Commissioner, Card #716


Page 46
1: Eric Anthony, Houston Astros, Card #34 TRADED
2: Ruben Sierra, Texas Rangers, Diamond King, Card #3a Error card - No Black Notch on Back TRADED
3: John Olerud, Toronto Blue Jays, Card #711 TRADED
4: Brian Downing, California Angels, Diamond King, Card #10a Error Card, Reversed TRADED
5: Checklist 640-BC26, Card #700 TRADED
6: Howard Johnson, All-Star, Card #654 TRADED


Page 47 (The Strawberry's are all dupes and are therefore, open to trade: shocking!)
1: Don Mattingly, New York Yankees, Card #190
2-3: Don Mattingly, New York Yankees, 1990 Topps Card #200
4-5: Darryl Strawberry, 1990 Bowman, Card #11
6-8: Darryl Strawberry, 1990 Donruss, Card #235
2359: Darryl Strawberry, 1990 Topps, Card #600


Page 48
1-3: Darryl Strawberry, 1990 Score, Card #200
4: Darryl Strawberry, 1988 Fleer Star Stickers, Card #106 TRADED
5: Darryl Strawberry, 1990 Upper Deck, Card #182
6: Darryl Strawberry, 1988 Topps Sticker Backs, Card #21
6a: Darryl Strawberry, 1989 Topps Sticker Backs, Card #53 (not pictured: stickers are on Mike A. Marshall #67 and Jim Pressley #223) -- not for trade

Thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

  1. May I ask for the Ken Griffey Jr and one of the Bart Giamatti cards please and thank you?

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