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1989 Donruss All-Stars

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Description

1989 Donruss All-Stars is a 64-card set. This would be the final year for the annual Donruss All-Star set, and as with previous iterations of this set, the design is very similar to the regular 1989 Donruss set. The players chosen for the set are essentially the participants at the previous year's All-Star Game.

Each pack contained one "Pop-Up" insert and one Warren Spahn puzzle piece.

Distribution

48 packs per box, five cards plus one Pop-Up insert and one Puzzle Piece per pack (MSRP: $0.35)

Reviews

Insertion Ratios

Cards Total Cards Numbered To Hobby Odds
Base 64 - five-per-pack
Pop-Ups 20 - one-per-pack

Checklist

Base Set

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The first 32 cards feature the 1988 American League All-Stars, while cards 33-64 are the National League All-Stars. The first nine cards in each subset consist of the starting lineups while the tenth card is the manager. Cards 30 and 62 feature each league's top All-Star vote getter, while card #31 is of the All-Star MVP. Card #63 is of the '88 All-Star Game's venue.

  • 1 Mark McGwire
  • 2 Jose Canseco
  • 3 Paul Molitor
  • 4 Rickey Henderson
  • 5 Cal Ripken, Jr.
  • 6 Dave Winfield
  • 7 Wade Boggs
  • 8 Frank Viola
  • 9 Terry Steinbach
  • 10 Tom Kelly
  • 11 George Brett
  • 12 Doyle Alexander
  • 13 Gary Gaetti
  • 14 Roger Clemens
  • 15 Mike Greenwell
  • 16 Dennis Eckersley
  • 17 Carney Lansford
  • 18 Mark Gubicza
  • 19 Tim Laudner
  • 20 Doug Jones
  • 21 Don Mattingly
  • 22 Dan Plesac
  • 23 Kirby Puckett
  • 24 Jeff Reardon
  • 25 Johnny Ray
  • 26 Jeff Russell
  • 27 Harold Reynolds
  • 28 Dave Stieb
  • 29 Kurt Stillwell
  • 30 Jose Canseco ASG
  • 31 Terry Steinbach ASG
  • 32 Checklist CL 1-32
  • 33 Will Clark
  • 34 Darryl Strawberry
  • 35 Ryne Sandberg
  • 36 Andre Dawson
  • 37 Ozzie Smith
  • 38 Vince Coleman
  • 39 Bobby Bonilla
  • 40 Dwight Gooden
  • 41 Gary Carter
  • 42 Whitey Herzog
  • 43 Shawon Dunston
  • 44 David Cone
  • 45 Andres Galarraga
  • 46 Mark Davis
  • 47 Barry Larkin
  • 48 Kevin Gross
  • 49 Vance Law
  • 50 Orel Hershiser
  • 51 Willie McGee
  • 52 Danny Jackson
  • 53 Rafael Palmeiro
  • 54 Bob Knepper
  • 55 Lance Parrish
  • 56 Greg Maddux
  • 57 Gerald Perry
  • 58 Bob Walk
  • 59 Chris Sabo
  • 60 Todd Worrell
  • 61 Andy Van Slyke
  • 62 Ozzie Smith ASG
  • 63 Riverfront Stadium
  • 64 Checklist CL 33-64

Inserts

Pop-Ups

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This set is not sequentially-numbered, but since it features the starting lineups for the 1988 All-Star Game, is essentially parallels the first ten cards in each league's base set (cards #1-#10 and #33-#42).

  • Mark McGwire
  • Jose Canseco
  • Paul Molitor
  • Rickey Henderson
  • Cal Ripken, Jr.
  • Dave Winfield
  • Wade Boggs
  • Frank Viola
  • Terry Steinbach
  • Tom Kelly
  • Will Clark
  • Darryl Strawberry
  • Ryne Sandberg
  • Andre Dawson
  • Ozzie Smith
  • Vince Coleman
  • Bobby Bonilla
  • Dwight Gooden
  • Gary Carter
  • Whitey Herzog
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