1990 Leaf Chicago White Sox Baseball Cards Team Set

The 1990 Leaf Chicago White Sox Baseball Card Team Set contains 21 Chicago White Sox baseball cards including Rookie Cards of Frank Thomas and Sammy Sosa plus Star Players like Carlton Fisk, Robin Ventura and Ozzie Guillen. All cards in the set are listed below.

10 Carlton Fisk - 36 Melido Perez - 43 Eric King - 89 Ivan Calderon - 128 Ozzie Guillen - 141 Scott Fletcher - 167 Robin Ventura - 174 Checklist Carlton Fisk - 175 Bobby Thigpen - 220 Sammy Sosa RC - 259 Lance Johnson - 274 Dan Pasqua - 300 Frank Thomas RC - 307 Ron Karkovice - 352 Wayne Edwards RC - 392 Donn Pall - 405 Ron Kittle - 431 Barry Jones - 438 Carlos Martinez - 484 Scott Radinsky RC - 523 Greg Hibbard RC

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