Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Darryl Strawberry: 1989 Pacific Cards

Hi! Today's post looks at three cards issued by the Pacific Cards & Comics company back in 1989, which I think was the waning days of pre-steroids baseball. Sure it was in the game then but the results weren't as whack as they would be in the 1990s and early 2000s.  And, I think, it might have been the last days of the kind of baseball many of us miss and yearn for when we watch the game we love now. 

Below are some more Spring Training cards. Pacific Cards and Comics released at least 15 sets in 1989. At least that many as Strawberry is in that many of them. I have four, so I need 11.* There is one with George Brett that is particularly nice. 

But these three are from Big League All-Stars (the top two) and "Crossed Bats" (the third).

ALERT*** ALERT*** Seriously. Bad. Photograph. Detected. ALERT*** ALERT*** 

What an absolute trash card! 

Thanks for stopping by!

* I did order two more. So, Yeah?!?!!


  1. I wonder if Pacific Cards & Comics is the same company run by Mike Cramer who produced all of those baseball, football, and hockey sets in the 90's and 2000's.

  2. That last card might be the worst card, front and back, ever made.