So now that the junkiest of all the junk has been posted it is on to the rest of the early 90s. I'm adding a bunch together because I don't think many are interested. At least noone is commenting so I perseive that know body is reading.
If you thought that this was a normal Red Sox car than you are mistaked. Yes it looks like 92 Upper Deck but look at the hat on AAron. See the big L instead of a B.
Someone blogger out there is collecting Team Pinnacle. When I figure out who it is I have a few to send them. Not Plantier though he stays with me.
If these next few cards look familiar it is because all the Conlon cards look a whole lot alike. I think the different years are actually different shades but I'm just enough color blind I can't tell.
The last two were 92s this one is a 93.
The card back is just as obnoxious.
Select issued their League Leader cards as a subset. I have a hunch that they made just as many of them as they did all of the base cards.
Take a look at the Zupcic card. I can't think of another card where they show someone getting brushed back onto his but.
Dan must have bought every traded set there ever was cause once again he knocked a bunch off my want list. This time 93 Fleer.
I'm not sure what the "Gong North" refers to on this card. I'm not sure what kind of hat Tony has on either. I wonder were the Red Sox minor league team was way back when. (I don't wonder enough to actually google it though)
I think the back of Greenwell's card has to be one of the worst pictures ever on a card. This is way worse than Zupcic getting brushed back. This is The Gator losig the ball in the sun and quite possibly taking one "you know where" while his legs do a Buster Posey. (minus the injurya)
Score Gold just doesn't do it for me like Topps Gold does.
Dam you Post. I want baseball cards in my cereal still.
Finest from when Finest cards were actually the Finest cards around.
It is hard to tell from the scan but those are Silver Signatures. I didn't buy any of these so I don't know what the insert rate was for silver. I'm guessing one per pack.
A card from back when Pinnacle was at it's Zenith. Or maybe it is just a Pinnacle Zenith.
Doesn't Nomar look like a goober in this picture? I bet he laughs like Krusty the Clown.
Mike looks better with a hat on. Just saying.
This card is an odd case. Not odd because it is a Red Sox wearing a Cardinal uniform, odd because I had the Ultra Gold before the regular version.
This set is a perfect candidate for a Night Owl Define the Design post.
Look a Bowman card that doesn't have a black border and a ridicules numbering system. Makes me wonder how they got to where they are now.
I realized that I need to go back into my want list and add in Museum Collection. They are my alltime favorite parallel and I don't have them on my want list.
It is always fun to see early Leaf cards. Back in the 90s my LCS didn't believe in Fleer products and wouldn't carry them except for Ultra. He said that they were over produced. Turns out he was right they were overproduced but so was everything else.
Here is a Blue and a Silver CC Special Edition. Were these both inserted in CC or was there a Collector's Choice Special Edition set?
Next up late 90s.