Click to enlarge1989 Topps Minnesota Twins Baseball Card Team Set

The 1989 Topps Minnesota Twins MLB Team Set contains 29 Minnesota Twins baseball cards including Star Players like Kirby Puckett, Jeff Reardon, Bert Blyleven, Kent Hrbek, Gary Gaetti and Frank Viola. All cards in the set are listed below.

14 Tom Kelly Manager - 19 Greg Gagne - 46 Mark Portugal - 72 John Moses - 101 Les Straker - 120 Frank Viola - 220 Gary Gaetti - 239 Tim Laudner - 265 Kent Hrbek - 294 Juan Berenguer - 318 Gene Larkin - 376 Steve Lombardozzi - 403 Kirby Puckett All-Star - 406 Frank Viola All-Star - 426 Dan Gladden - 429 Minnesota Twins Team Leaders - 451 Mark Davidson - 472 Brian Harper - 503 Al Newman - 555 Bert Blyleven - 577 Randy Bush - 623 Fred Toliver - 650 Kirby Puckett - 665 Tony Oliva TBC - 672 Allan Anderson - 698 Keith Atherton - 709 Tom Herr - 746 German Gonzalez - 775 Jeff Reardon

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