1990 Score Montreal Expos Baseball Cards Team Set

The 1990 Score Baseball Cards Montreal Expos Team Set contains 28 Montreal Expos baseball cards including Star Players Marquis Grissom, Mark Langston, Tim Raines, Andres Galarraga, Dennis Martinez, and the rookie cards of Larry Walker and Delino DeShields. All cards in the set are listed below.

25 Andres Galarraga - 27 Dave Martinez - 32 Tom Foley - 47 Dennis Martinez - 127 Tim Burke - 192 Tim Wallach - 220 Mike Aldrete - 224 Andy McGaffigan - 241 Otis Nixon - 247 Spike Owen - 251 Kevin Gross - 287 Rex Hudler - 299 Hubie Brooks - 361 Mike Fitzgerald - 401 Mark Langston - 409 Tim Raines - 419 Bryn Smith - 451 Nelson Santovenia - 477 Zane Smith - 479 Wallace Johnson - 483 Joe Hesketh - 486 Pascual Perez - 591 Marquis Grissom RC - 615 Jeff Huson RC - 631 Larry Walker RC - 639 Mark Gardner RC - 645 Delino DeShields RC - 688 Mark Langston Dream Team



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