Click to enlarge1989 Topps Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Card Team Set

The 1989 Topps Pittsburgh Pirates MLB Team Set contains 32 Pittsburgh Pirates baseball cards including Star Players like Barry Bonds, Doug Drabek, Bobby Bonilla, Andy Van Slyke and John Smiley. All cards in the set are listed below.

27 Orestes Destrade RC - 89 Dave LaPoint - 114 Bob Kipper - 126 Sid Bream - 165 Mike Dunne - 218 Mike LaValliere - 273 Jose Lind - 281 Gary Redus - 284 Jim Leyland Manager - 293 Glenn Wilson - 303 Felix Fermin - 322 John Smiley - 350 Andy Van Slyke - 388 Bobby Bonilla All-Star - 392 Andy Van Slyke All-Star - 423 Brian Fisher - 440 Bobby Bonilla - 453 Tom Prince - 478 Doug Drabek - 504 Bob Walk - 522 Randy Kramer - 566 Al Pedrique - 592 John Cangelosi - 620 Barry Bonds - 658 R.J. Reynolds - 681 Jeff Robinson - 699 Pittsburgh Pirates Team Leaders - 723 Rafael Belliard - 751 Ken Oberkfell - 752 Jim Gott - 756 Scott Medvin - 769 Junior Ortiz



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