Click to enlarge1991 Upper Deck Minnesota Twins Baseball Cards Team Set

The 1991 Upper Deck MLB Minnesota Twins Team Set contains 32 Minnesota Twins baseball cards including Star Players like Kirby Puckett, Chuck Knoblauch, Kent Hrbek, Gary Gaetti, Rick Aguilera and Jack Morris. All cards in the set are listed on the checklist below.

34 Team Card w/Gary Gaetti - 35 Scott Leius - 40 Chuck Knoblauch - 74 Willie Banks - 167 Kent Hrbek - 170 Junior Ortiz - 188 Shane Mack - 212 Brian Harper - 233 Gary Gaetti - 360 Nelson Liriano - 377 David West - 411 Juan Berenguer - 413 Al Newman - 415 Greg Gagne - 432 Pedro Munoz RC - 434 Kevin Tapani - 487 Paul Abbott - 490 Roy Smith - 501 Gene Larkin - 503 Allan Anderson - 505 Mark Guthrie - 522 Scott Erickson - 542 Rick Aguilera - 544 Kirby Puckett - 659 Dan Gladden - 680 Paul Sorrento - 698 Tim Drummond - 709 Mike Pagliarulo - 722 Chili Davis - 736 Jack Morris - 738 Steve Bedrosian - 741 Rich Garces RC



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