Anyway. The Countdown....
10. 1995 Score Gold Rush #209: I had to choose this one for the outrageous poutiness of Strawberry. A great card, but also one of the worst.
9. 1988 Topps Big #253: I loved Topps Big when it came out and the post-swing shot & head-shot are really classic.
8. 1986 Donruss #197: A very nice photograph here of Strawberry on a Donruss card that is dated, but dates well.
7. 1988 Sportflics #155: Sportflics in and of itself was cool, just a bigger, rectangular version of 7-11 coins. But the card back on this one won me over.
6. 2005 SP Legendary Cuts Glory Days Material: This was a gift from Bob Walk the Plank and what a sweet one it was. The three-colors are magnificent (I include white in the color count as it's there & matters).
5. 1988 Grenada stamp: Never knew this existed before I got back into card collecting, but it's such a weird, interesting "card".
4. 1983 Topps Traded #108T: This one started it all, but is only 4th place!
3. 2012 Topps Archives #129: Normally NOT keen on players being featured on cards for years in which they didn't play, but this one is beautiful, clean, crisp. Fantastic.
2.1988 Fleer Headlinders #4: Even back in 1988 this card was a favorite and it remains so to this day. I love the newspaper page in the background.
1. 1987 Topps #460: Duh. No brainer.
Thanks, Collecting Cutch for running this contest. If I collected a playing player it would be Cutch. All the entries have been really great to see and read, it's a great idea.
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