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I had been opening some unopened boxes of 1990 Score Baseball recently and have gotten some great cards. This is a great year of cards because of the rookies, which include Frank Thomas, Sammy Sosa, Juan Gonzalez, Larry Walker, Bernie Williams and many other potential and future hall of famers. There are key second year cards of Ken Griffey Jr. along with Curt Schilling as well as the regular star and hall of famer cards of Cal Ripken Jr., Nolan Ryan, George Brett and many others. I will be opening another box later today and will post some of the cards that I receive in that box so that everyone can see what a great value boxes are because they are really inexpensive. I cannot imagine them always being this inexpensive, though many people would disagree with me on that. I have opened most of the unopened boxes that I have from this year and have put the great rookie cards away for safe keeping. These are wonderful cards. The Ryne Sandberg highlight card #561 has an error that has a high book value. Bo Jackson has a card that has a pose of him with a baseball bat and in shoulder pads in a black and white colored card with dual sport features, card #697 in the set, which has always been a popular card.
1990 Topps baseball cards contain Frank Thomas rookie cards as well as Sammy Sosa rookies, as the Score set does. The set has that vintage look for Topps, and offered a great selection of draft pick cards, many of which were highly sought after upon release. Sammy Sosa's rookie card, #692 in the set, offers a solid value. Frank Thomas has a rookie card, #414, and has an extremely highly valued rookie error card variation that has no name on front I believe, which truly is a rare find. His card in its corrected version, is still a nice investment as he likely will be a hall of fame member in the years to come. Bernie Williams rookie cards can also be found in this great, and undervalued (in my opinion) set.
1990 Upper Deck baseball cards contain the rookie cards of Frank Thomas and Sammy Sosa, though do not have any Bernie Williams rookie cards. There are also many subset cards of Nolan Ryan in this set, and if you like Nolan Ryan a lot, this may be the pick of the litter for you in 1990 sports cards.
1990 Topps Big Cards offer unique and fantastic value in themself, and are a lesser known commodity in cards for this year. In series 3, there are cards of Ken Griffey Jr., Sammy Sosas, Larry Walker (rookie year), and Cal Ripken that carry a great value.
Listed below will be various sports cards in addition to baseball cards from 1990.
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For now, this will consist of this page's list of rookie baseball cards, with more to follow soon.
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