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1990 Fleer baseball cards offer a great selection of players, rookie cards, and current and future hall of famers.  If you ask me, they are currently undervalued.  There are many great cards in this set worthy of being mentioned in this article, and they are as follows.  George Brett #103 is a solid card of a hall of famer, who was a rookie in 1975.  This is an affordable card to obtain of him and if you purchase a 1990 Fleer wax box, you are likely to get one in your unopened box.  #313 Nolan Ryan is a great card as well of the hall of famer.  1990 Score #624A is an error card if the name of Cal Ripken is spelled Cal Ripkin.  That is a great card to obtain.  Cal Ripken, #187 in the set, is a great regular issue card of the Ironman.  Tony Gwynn #157 is another regular issue hall of famer's card. 

Here are some of the rookie cards and likely future hall of famers in the 1990 Fleer baseball card set.  Mark McGwire, #15, is a great card to have as he is a candidate for hall of fame induction.  The Juan Gonzalez rookie card, #297, is a great rookie card from the 1990's, even if he is not a likely candidate for the hall of fame.  Only time will answer that question as to whether or not he will be inducted into the hall of fame.  The Sammy Sosa rookie card, #548, is the best card in 1990 Fleer in my opinion.  He waged epic battles with Mark McGwire for the home run contest, and a rookie card of a player is usually one of their best cards to have.  For Sammy Sosa, this is one of his true rookie cards.  He did not immediately do well in the major leagues, it took awhile before collectors sought out his rookies.  Larry Walker has his rookie card in this set as well, and it is #363.  Ken Griffey Jr. has a second year card in this set, as his rookie was in 1989, and the card number is 513.  Randy Johnson, #518, also has a second year card in this set.  Both players are likely first ballot hall of famers.  Moises Alou has a rookie card in here as well, #650.

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