Thursday, November 14, 2019

Frankenset Pages 15 and 16

Up today are pages 15 and 16

Card 127 is this 1990 Score Tim Burke. 

Card 128 is this 1995 Leaf Wil Cordero. 
I like the inset with the headshot on the front. 

Card 129 is this 1992 Pinnacle Marquis Grissom. 
I like the 1992 Pinnacle with the black background, but the Score from the same year was boring to me..

Card 130 is this Fleer Tradition Milton Bradley from 2001. 

Card 131 is this 1982 Topps Stan Bahnsen. 
By time this card came out, he was no longer an Expo. He split 1982 between the Angels and the Phillies. 

Card 132 is this 1977 Topps Chip Lang. 
In 1977, he was splitting time between Denver and Quebec City in the minor leagues. 
His final season was 1979, where he played for the Shelby Pirates. 

Card 133 is this 1995 Leaf Darrin Fletcher. 
And it's in Wrigley.. 

Card 134 is a 1995 Topps Tim Spehr. 

MISSING: Card 135

Card 136 is this 1991 Topps Dave Schmidt. 
Again, a rather simple photo, but it's effective. 

Card 137 is this 1992 Donruss Marquis Grissom. 
I honestly don't remember when they did the racing stripes on the uniforms. 

Card 138 is 1992 Leaf Delino DeShields looking like he's doing hurdles. 

Card 139 is a 2001 Donruss Fernando Tatis. 
I actually have the Gold parallel but my scanner isn't working. 

Card 140 is a 2018 Topps Archives Pedro Martinez. 
Have to have Pedro in here somewhere.. 

Card 141 is this 1987 Topps Herm Winningham. 

Card 142 is this 1971 Topps Mack Jones. 
I really like the 1971 design, but it's not one I see myself collecting aside from what fits in my normal collections. 

Card 143 is a 1981 Fleer Steve Rogers. It seems looking through the cards the racing stripes were on the uniforms for a while. 

And Card 144 is this 1993 Upper Deck Larry Walker. 
I'm wondering if this photo was taken after ball four and he's ready to walk.. Or if it was after a strikeout. 


  1. After checking COMC, it looks like you have a couple of really good candidates for #135.

  2. The Tatis is neat, and I love the Pedro Archives. Never heard of Chip Lang until now.

  3. I'd love to know the context behind Delino jumping like that on his 92L card.

    1. So would I. My guess is grounder into his running path.