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1981 Fleer baseball cards are a popular set, and it contains a rookie card of Harold Baines, #346 in the set. It also contains a rookie card of Fernando Valenzuela, #140. Kirk Gibson also has his rookie card here as welll, #481. The second year card of Rickey Henderson, #574, is a great one as is his stolen base subset card, #351. In this set it is unique in the fact that it has two Rickey Henderson single player cards in here, a great value indeed since he is the best non-rookie card in the set, though arguably when compared to Nolan Ryan (#57), Pete Rose (#1), and Mike Schmidt (#5)

This year of Fleer baseball cards will get you a good mix of quality rookie cards, as well as bonafide hall of famers with investment quality borderline vintage material here.  The sets and boxes are affordable, you can probably find unopened wax boxes for $40 or so.  Complete sets you can get for even $20 or $30.  These are a great deal and if I had to guess, I would say that they stand to gain value in the future.

When collecting baseball cards, this year of cards presents you with an affordable set of cards, while maintaining great bang for your buck.  You can still find relatively cheap unopened wax boxes from this year. A complete set is a good value, but so are unopened wax packs, wax boxes, vending boxes (4 makes 3 complete sets), and cases as you can get multiple cards of your favorite rookies and stars.

  1981 Topps Box

     1989 Score Football       1989 Topps Baseball     1982 Topps Baseball          1983 Topps Baseball       1983 Star Company

   Star Company Bagged Set           1986-87 Fleer                     1993 Bowman             1992 Bowman        1985 Donruss

    1981 Topps Baseball              1988 Topps Baseball           1980 Topps         1987 Topps        1985 Topps Baseball             

   vintage card

1951 Bowman               1953 Topps         1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle      1980-81 Topps

 

             



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If you are looking to purchase specific cards from 1989 Donruss, clicking on that year's link will take you to a page with many listings currently on Ebay.  Also, the 1989 Donruss Ken Griffey Jr article is also a great source of information on that one specific card from this year's series.