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1989 Topps Baseball Cards Complete Set (792 cards) [Toy]

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Year 1989
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  • Find Hall-of-Famers such as Wade Boggs, Kirby Puckett, Ozzie Smith, Andre Dawson, Tony Gwynn, Eddie Murray, Nolan Ryan, Ryne Sandberg, Cal Ripken, George Brett, Greg Maddux, Paul Molitor, Dave Winfield, and Gary Carter
  • Contains 792 cards in a box including rookie cards of Gary Sheffield, John Smoltz, and Randy Johnson
  • A collectors dream come true
  • Includes Record Breaker Cards, All-Star Cards, and many Hall-of-Fame Cards
  • Great addition to any card collection

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Key rookies in this set in this set include Gary Sheffield, John Smoltz, Craig Biggio, Jim Abbott, and Randy Johnson. Other key cards include Barry Bonds, Nolan Ryan, Roger Clemens, and Mark McGwire, .

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000CF8154
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By game wizard on February 4, 2012
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When I got this set of baseball cards in the mail the packaging was good. When I opened the box all the cards were there, and they looked like they have never been touched.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric Parsons on May 3, 2014
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This was the year that Upper Deck started to force the old manufacturers to up the quality of their cards. 1989 was the second year that I collected cards, stoked on by my relatively new-found love of the game, and the fact that I could trade, trade, trade with my cousins. The 1989 Topps set isn't the best set. There really aren't all that many great cards in it. I got it for the nostalgia--primarily, I cannot seem to find the sets that I had "nearly completed" out of wax packs from 1988 to 1991 or my 1993 nearly complete set (the 1992 one mysteriously reappeared a month ago in a closet). There was a lot of fun assembling sets out of packs and trades, but I can't run to the Ames anymore and buy the $0.44 cent 15 card packs with the flesh-ripping gum anymore--Ames is gone, I don't live in Moundsville anymore, and I'm not sure when the last time Topps cards were under a buck a pack...probably the early 90s.

I barely remember any of these players except for the mega stars and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The backs are an unimaginative black on red, and the pictures are not the best quality. The design is lacking...but again, I bought these for memories.

All in all, since I only paid $22 for this set, it's well worth it. I don't care about future value, since I don't believe these will really have any. I've opened it up, and I'm sorting the cards to put into binders. That is the joy I get from these things.
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By cawdog on January 11, 2015
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Ok...never got extra box?
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Handsome Johnny on February 17, 2011
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Who cares if you believe McGwire, Sosa, Bonds, etc. were all juicing. Probably, and, for some, admittedly, they were. However, this is a great set blemished by a dark era that in 50 years in no way will cost $10. Better get it today before it's upped in price 1000%., because, even if Pete Rose didn't make the Hall of Fame, try getting his 1963 Rookie Card for anything less than what you make as a salary, per week. (written in 2011.)

Update, 2013: This set has doubled in price, already. I am telling you now - you are a fool if you're not in on this at $20. I already predicted, 2 years ago, the price would be upped 1000%. You already saw Bonds and Clemens get a huge amount of the HOF vote - unexpected by anyone's standards. THEY ARE GETTING IN THE HOF AND I DO NOT CARE WHAT YOU SAY. I repeat - if you are not in on this RIGHT NOW, do not blame me when I sell these cards individually in 20 years for more money than you'll ever be able to come up with. Your warning. Your choice. Not in on this, even though the price has doubled in 2 years? YOU pay the price, not me. I bought it at $10, 2 years ago.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ellison on January 22, 2013
Perhaps this is trying to look like the 1965 set with the flag. The pictures and design of this set just seem lame to look upon. It does contain 28 Hall of Famer and 10 members of the 3000 Hit Club. #1 Draft Picks are noted, few of which made it to MLB.

There are turn Back the Clock cards and All-Star cards. To get gem mint cards from the box would be a nice experience. However, other cardmakers were already putting pictures on the backs of cards. By this point Topps had fallen behind in creativity. Features one Hall of Fame rookie, 1989 Topps Baseball Randy Johnson Rookie Card.
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