Anyhow, 25 cards for the Angels team set which included 3 of the nicely done Rookie Class cards, and a lone Arizona Fall League card featuring the greatness of Todd Green to the backdrop of a dried up lake bed. Doesn't say "baseball" to me.
Nothing better than Rex Hudler in a cow-milking contest.
Ah, here's Todd Greene's Silver Signature on his AFL card. Notice the silver border to really make it stand out. Nice touch.
And at 1 per pack these were a nice incentive to purchase packs.
I think this is a Silver Signature, even though his signature isn't on it.
This is the checklist card.
The gold bordering, like the silver, make these signature cards jump at you.
These were inserted just 1 in 36 packs.
Now we're talking, You Crash The Game were an early form of atomic refractor.
3 cards each with different dates.
There's a silver version and a gold version.
If the player pictured hit a home run during the series dated on the card, the card could be redeemed for a, get this, wood-and-plastic card of the player. Most of these wood-and-plastic cards go for about a buck each now as opposed to the $1.75 it would have cost to redeem the card in the first place.
Meh. Glad to have the team set, but it's not in my top ten.