Click to enlarge1989 Upper Deck San Francisco Giants Baseball Cards Team Set

The 1989 Upper Deck San Francisco Giants MLB Team Set contains 29 San Francisco Giants baseball cards including Star Players like Will Clark, Matt Williams, Kevin Mitchell, Rick Reuschel, Brett Butler and Dave Dravecky. 1989 was the First year for Upper Deck baseball cards. All cards in the set are listed below.

39 Dave Dravecky - 46 Mike Krukow - 48 Mike LaCoss - 50 Scott Garrelts - 155 Will Clark - 163 Kevin Mitchell - 172 Robby Thompson - 181 Jose Uribe - 194 Rick Reuschel - 206 Chris Speier - 218 Brett Butler - 227 Bob Melvin - 239 Mike Aldrete - 247 Matt Williams - 458 Joel Youngblood - 476 Kelly Downs - 479 Bob Brenly - 497 Ernie Riles - 500 Kirt Manwaring - 502 Candy Maldonado - 505 Joe Price - 523 Don Robinson - 541 Craig Lefferts - 544 Atlee Hammaker - 678 San Francisco Giants Team Card - 707 Charlie Hayes RC - 733 Trevor Wilson RC - 779 Dennis Cook RC - 798 Tracy Jones



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