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1991 Upper Deck Baseball – Pack Break #3

I bring you the third of eight packs of 1991 Upper Deck baseball cards that I ripped through this morning…

Notable – Edgar Martinez, Fred Lynn, Paul O’Neill

Pick Of The Pack – Dale Murphy in a Phillies uniform!!!

‘Now That’s A Book I’d Read’ – Book #3 – ‘Class Of ’86’

This book is the 3rd book in this new feature at ’30-Year Old Cardboard’.

Title – ‘Class of ’86’

Synopsis – Taking a in-depth look at the baseball rookie class of 1986. 

Jacket  Content – This book will look at the rookies that impacted the game during the 1986 baseball season.  We will dig in deep to review each player’s adjustment to the big leagues, their introduction to new managers and teammates, taking on life in a new city, their impact on the world of baseball card collecting, and will also provide a glimpse into their lives 23 years later.

‘The Class of ’86’ had some wild characters.  Here are their stories…


1 – Fred McGriff – Toronto Blue Jays

2 – Andres Galarraga – Montreal Expos

3 – Paul O’Neil – Cincinnati Reds

4 – Jose Canseco – Oakland A’s

5 – Ozzie Guillen – Chicago White Sox

6 – Lenny Dykstra – New York Mets

7 – Harold Reynolds – Seattle Mariners

8 – Cecil Fielder – Toronto Blue Jays

9 – Barry Bonds – Pittsburgh Pirates

10 – Will Clark – San Francisco Giants

11 – Bo Jackson – Kansas City Royals

12 – John Kruk – San Diego Padres

13 – Ruben Sierra – Texas Rangers

14 – Benito Santiago – San Diego Padres

15 – Vince Coleman – St. Louis Cardinals

16 – Darren Daulton – Philadelphia Phillies

17 – Bobby Bonilla – Chicago White Sox

18 – Danny Tartabull – Seattle Mariners

Congratulations to ‘The Class Of 1986’!!!

hat toss

The Final Pack Of 1990 Fleer – Pack #4

I received 4 packs of 1990 Fleer in the contest I won on the Autographed Cards blog.

Here are the results from Pack #4

Andy Hawkins, Ron Gant, Gregg Olson, Howard Johnson, Steve Olin, Tony Pena, Howard Johnson/Ryne Sandberg, Paul O’Neil, Joe Carter, Don Aase, Steve Farr, Jeff Peterek, BJ Surhoff, Jerome Walton, and Eric Hetzel.

Not too bad of a pull.  I like the Joe Carter, Jerome Walton, and Paul O’Neil cards.