All of the cards on this page are available as a set for just $6 and shipping is free. Send an email message to BigBubbo@yahoo.com if you wish to purchase or talk trade. I personally collect Bob Gibson, Roberto Clemente, St. Louis Cardinals, Cleveland Indians, and Kansas City Royals.
Chris Haney was called up to the Expos and debuted June 21, 1991. In 1992 he was traded to the Royals and finished his career with with the Indians in 2000.
Stan Spencer was a first round draft pick in 1990 and would debut with the Padres in 1998. He started 21 games over three seasons and finished his career with a record of 3-9 and a 5.54 ERA.
1991 was Richard Holsman‘s final year in professional baseball and he was traded three times during the course of the season.
Pete Young was drafted out of Mississippi State University in 1989 and made his major league debut with the Expos in 1992. He pitched in 17 games of long relief over two seasons.
Matt Maysey debuted with the Expos in 1992 and then was traded to the Brewers where he provided middle relief in 23 games in 1993.
AA ball was the apex of Ken Lake‘s professional baseball career. He struggled with the Senators in 91, striking out 6 times in 11 at bats, and was sent back to West Palm Beach (A+) to finish the season.
Hector Rivera was signed by the Expos in 1987 and made it as high as AA Jacksonville before finishing his career in the Mexican League, primarily with the Mexico City Reds.
Greg Fulton finished his baseball career with Harrisburg in 1993. During his 9 years in the minor leagues, he played every position on the field including two innings of pitching in relief.
A first round draft pick of the Expos in 1988, David Wainhouse pitched in 33 games with Harrisburg in 1991, then 11 games with AAA Indianapolis before getting called up to Montreal to pitch in 2 games. Over the next 10 years he bounced back and forth between the majors and the minors and made appearances in the show with the Mariners, the Pirates, the Rockies, and the Cardinals.
Dan Freed pitched 5 seasons in the minors and compiled a record of 54-27 with a 2.44 ERA, but he never got a shot at AAA let alone the show.
Like Freed, Chris Pollack pitched 6 seasons of minor league ball, compiled a record of 42-28, and ERA of 2.93, but hits the ceiling at AA ball.
Following the 1991 season, Rob Katzaroff was traded to the Mets and also spent time with the Giants, Angels, Marlins, and Yankees organizations over 7 seasons in the minors.