Got the promo pack in hand and here are a couple of observations.
The sleeve on back has a 1992 copyright line. This would be in line for year 1993 previews, as the manufacturer would be getting them out late 1992, early 1993. The sleeve itself is very thin and can only hold 3 cards. So if...
Hey look what I found today! I may have been misinformed that these were distributed in 12 card clear cello wrappers. This dealer tells me Donruss sent 3-card sample packs to dealers in the shown cardboard holder. These are all "Preview" cards.
I've been using it a lot during quarantine. I've liked the recent bracket challenge cards and drawing board set.
Trading seems to suck now. Can only offer a trade to one person at a time, half the time it comes back with "no trading partner found," and"cards they need" doesn't work for me. I...
About as rare as it gets for 1990's... the 1990 Sportflics promo. Only took 25 years to find one. I can't recall ever seeing another Grace.
Huge, enormous shout out to @Mozzie22 for making this happen! Forever indebted.
This was an exciting pickup. After Rabbit's MLB career ended, he held various minor league manager positions. His final stop in organized baseball was with his hometown team, the Springfield (Massachusetts) Nationals of the Eastern League (A). Springfield welcomed their native son home with...
Mean people suck. Sorry for your hassles. Hope things even out.
My grandfather would get company tickets to 2-3 White Sox games a year in the early 80's, 2nd row behind dugout. I saw a lot of Tom Paciorek with the Pale Hose. Good memories! A name you can't forget.
If you want to add me, cool... I have a page for supercollectors on MarkGrace.com and will be glad to link to the sites in this thread as well.
Link to: http://markgrace.com/maingallery.html
With more than 3,000 unique cards - all of which are pictured on the site - the MarkGrace.com...
Card value has little to do with player, value is in the novelty of having a card that should have been censored. It's like a fart joke: universal, always funny to some, appeals to our juvenile sense of humor.