1995 Sportsflix Darren Daulton: I miss the multi-images of Sportsflix (cs).
2003 Fleer Box Score Jimmy Rollins: The back of the card does have a memorable box score on the back of it. It's time to revitalize that concept...as an insert set.
1992 Fleer Dale Murphy: I was really excited the day Dale Murphy was traded to the Phillies in 1990. I was at my cousin's house in South Carolina and suddenly I had dreams of a 4th place finish dancing in my head.
1992 Donruss Tommy Greene: Celebration of the no-hitter from May 1991, an unprecedented second in 2 years for the Phillies' pitching staff (Terry Mulholland in August, 1990)
1988 Score Juan Samuel: Turning two with a glorious purple border. 1988 Score was revolutionary in many ways.
1987 Donruss Chris James: One of many "Rated Rookies" who didn't become stars, though I remember him as a decent player with some power.
2008 Upper Deck Heroes Bob Gibson: 1.12, 1968, that is all.
2005 Topps Mark Mulder (gold foil or something): Remember when he was one of the big 3 of Oakland? And the A's would be forever ruined by trading him for Dan Haren and Daric Barton? Well, it wasn't until later that they were ruined when they traded Dan Haren.
2000 Topps Gold Label Class 2 Mark Mulder: This is just a nice card. I appreciate multiple photos on the front.
1999 Victory Mark McGwire: 1998 was a summer of home runs and unexpected Cardinal and Cub hugging.
1999 Upper Deck Ben Grieve: I'm not sure how he made history here, but he won ROY in 1998. What ever happened to him?
1998 Skybox Miguel Tejada Little Dawgs: Words fail me.
1993 Topps Stadium Club Todd Van Poppel: A cautionary hype tale that everyone remembers.
1997 Leaf Brian Jordan: This was the first Leaf set released under the Pinnacle banner. Good base design; horrible inserts. (anyone remember fractal matrix, fractal materials, and fractal matrix diecuts?)
1992 Fleer Dennis Eckersley: Classic shot of a classic pitching motion.
1990 K-Mart Superstars Ozzie Smith: Look an unlicensed card. The pose reminds me of 2010 Upper Deck.
1988 Donruss Stan Musial puzzle card: I'm glad Donruss inserted these cards in these sets; otherwise we would never see the whole thing. How many puzzle piece doubles was it possible to get in a box?
1986 Topps Willie McGee: The reigning 1985 MVP who is also the only person to ever win a batting title in a league in which he did not finish the season (1990).
Thank you, Dave, for the fun cards to collate and sort through!