1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball Figures

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball Figures



Overview

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball launched a revolution in sports figures. They may not be the most detailed piece compared to today's McFarlanes and other similar products, but Starting Lineup helped build the foundation. Prices may not be as high as they were during the heyday of SLU, but there are still lots of dedicated collectors.

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The 1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball checklist features an impressive 124 figures. That's bigger than some baseball card sets. All MLB teams are represented, although Toronto and Montreal have just one figure each.

Figures stand about four inches tall. Likenesses aren't very detailed, but they're not totally generic either. Players are shown in their team uniforms. They're posed in various positions including batting, fielding and pitching. Figures have very limited movement and articulation.

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Cal Ripken Jr

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball figures are packaged on a blue and white blister card. Those that are mint in package are worth the most today. Like baseball cards, condition of the packaging can greatly impact potential values. Loose figures are worth significantly less, although they can find an audience with casual collectors.

A baseball card is also included with the figure. Although very plain, they are popular with player and oddball card collectors.

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Cal Ripken Jr Card

Top 1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball figures include Cal Ripken, Nolan Ryan and Barry Bonds.

Top eBay Listings

5 1988 Starting Lineup Kirby Puckett Minnesota Twins Bradley SLU MLB ROOKIE HOF
$70.00

1988-1991 Starting Lineup MLB Lot of 14 Loose Figures with Cards
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Wade Boggs 1988 Starting Lineup MLB Mint On Card MOC With Trading Card
$19.95

1988 - Kenner - MLB - Starting Lineup - Devon White #30 - California Angels - Vi
$29.56

1988 MLB Starting Lineup 4" Yankees Don Mattingly sports Figure
$11.50

1988 JIM PRESLEY - Seattle Mariners Starting Lineup 88 SLU Baseball Figure RARE
$9.99

Vintage 1988 Mike Witt #39 Calif Angels Starting Lineup MLB Baseball Figure 4+ .
$26.00

1988 Starting Lineup Baseball- Cal Ripken - AFA 80
$69.99

Tony Gwynn © 1988 Kenner Starting Lineup, San Diego Padres Baseball
$15.00

Starting Lineup MLB Frank Viola 1988 Frank Viola 1988
$20.92

Starting Lineup MLB Willie Randolph 1988 Willie Randolph 1988
$18.04

1988 STARTING LINEUP First Year MLB Baseball Wade Boggs Boston Red Sox
$7.00

Mark Mcgwire 1988 Rookie MLB Baseball Starting Lineup A's action figure offer fr
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Mark Mcgwire - 1988 Rookie MLB Baseball Starting Lineup A's action figure MOC
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1988 Kenner Starting Lineup SLU Nolan Ryan MLB Texas Rangers Houston Astros Rare
$99.00

Open 1988 RICKEY HENDERSON Baseball Starting Lineup - NEW YORK YANKEES
$5.00
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Checklist

1988 Kenner Starting Lineup Baseball Checklist

Alan Ashby, Houston Astros
Harold Baines, Chicago White Sox
Kevin Bass, Houston Astros
Steve Bedrosian, Philadelphia Phillies
Buddy Bell, Cincinnati Reds
George Bell, Toronto Blue Jays
Mike Boddicker, Baltimore Orioles
Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox
Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh Pirates
Bobby Bonilla, Pittsburgh Pirates
Sid Bream, Pittsburgh Pirates
George Brett, Kansas City Royals
Chris Brown, San Diego Padres
Tom Brunansky, Minnesota Twins
Ellis Burks, Boston Red Sox
Jose Canseco, Oakland Athletics
Gary Carter, New York Mets
Joe Carter, Cleveland Indians
Jack Clark, New York Yankees
Will Clark, San Francisco Giants
Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox
Vince Coleman, St. Louis Cardinals
Kal Daniels, Cincinnati Reds
Alvin Davis, Seattle Mariners
Eric Davis, Cincinnati Reds
Glenn Davis, Houston Astros
Jody Davis, Chicago Cubs
Andre Dawson, Chicago Cubs
Rob Deer, Milwaukee Brewers
Brian Downing, California Angels
Mike Dunne, Pittsburgh Pirates
Shawon Dunston, Chicago Cubs
Leon Durham, Chicago Cubs
Len Dykstra, New York Mets
Dwight Evans, Boston Red Sox
Carlton Fisk, Chicago White Sox
John Franco, Cincinnati Reds
Julio Franco, Cleveland Indians
Gary Gaetti, Minnesota Twins
Dwight Gooden, New York Mets
Ken Griffey, Atlanta Braves
Pedro Guerroro, Los Angeles Dodgers
Ozzie Guillen, Chicago White Sox
Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres
Mel Hall, Cleveland Indians
Billy Hatcher, Houston Astros
Von Hayes, Philadelphia Phillies
Rickey Henderson, New York Yankees
Keith Hernandez, New York Mets
Willie Hernandez, Detroit Tigers
Tom Herr, St. Louis Cardinals
Ted Higuera, Milwaukee Brewers
Charlie Hough, Texas Rangers
Kent Hrbek, Minnesota Twins
Pete Incaviglia, Texas Rangers
Howard Johnson, New York Mets
Wally Joyner, California Angels
Terry Kennedy, Baltimore Orioles
John Kruk, San Diego Padres
Mark Langston, Seattle Mariners
Carney Lansford, Oakland Athletics
Jeffrey Leonard, San Francisco Giants
Fred Lynn, Baltimore Orioles
Candy Maldanado, San Francisco Giants
Mike Marshall, Los Angeles Dodgers
Don Mattingly, New York Yankees
Willie McGee, St. Louis Cardinals
Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics
Kevin McReynolds, New York Mets
Paul Molitor, Milwaukee Brewers
Donnie Moore, California Angels
Jack Morris, Detroit Tigers
Dale Murphy, Atlanta Braves
Eddie Murray, Baltimore Orioles
Matt Nokes, Detroit Tigers
Pete O'Brien, Texas Rangers
Ken Oberkfell, Atlanta Braves
Dave Parker, Oakland Athletics
Larry Parrish, Texas Rangers
Ken Phelps, Seattle Mariners
Jim Presley, Seattle Mariners
Kirby Puckett, Minnesota Twins
Dan Quisenberry, Kansas City Royals
Tim Raines, Montreal Expos
Willie Randolph, New York Yankees
Shane Rawley, Philadelphia Phillies
Jeff Reardon, Minnesota Twins
Gary Redus, Chicago White Sox
Rick Reuschel, San Francisco Giants
Jime Rice, Boston Red Sox
Dave Righetti, New York Yankees
Cal Ripken, Baltimore Orioles
Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds
Nolan Ryan, Houston Astros
Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Royals
Juan Samuel, Philadelphia Phillies
Ryne Sandberg, Chicago Cubs
Benito Santiago, San Diego Padres
Steve Sax, Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia Phillies
Mike Scott, Houston Astros
Kevin Seitzer, Kansas City Royals
Ruben Sierra, Texas Rangers
Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinals
Zane Smith, Atlanta Braves
Cory Snyder, Cleveland Indians
Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets
Franklin Stubbs, Los Angeles Dodgers
B.J. Surhoff, Milwaukee Brewers
Rick Sutcliffe, Chicago Cubs
Pat Tabler, Cleveland Indians
Danny Tartabull, Kansas City Royals
Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers
Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles Dodgers
Andy Van Slyke, Pittsburgh Pirates
Frank Viola, Minnesota Twins
Ozzie Virgil, Atlanta Braves
Greg Walker, Chicago White Sox
Lou Whitaker, Detroit Tigers
Devon White, California Angels
Dave Winfield, New York Yankees
Mike Witt, California Angels
Todd Worrell, St. Louis Cardinals
Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers
Top eBay Listings

1988 STARTING LINEUP BASEBALL LOT OF 68 UNOPENED FIGURES WITH CARDS *33590
$294.40

1988 MLB Baseball Kenner Starting Lineup Dave Winfield New York Yankees
$50.00

1988 MLB Baseball Kenner Starting Lineup Willie Randolph New York Yankees
$50.00

1988 MLB Baseball Kenner Starting Lineup Don Mattingly New York Yankees
$65.00

1988 Kenner baseball Starting Lineup Eric Davis figurine & card non-smoking home
$9.99

(23) 1988 STARTING LINEUP BASEBALL CARD LOT
$9.99

1988 Starting Lineup Baseball COMPLETE SET 124 Cards NrMt MT With 6 PSA Graded
$750.00

1988 Starting Lineup Kansas City Royals Baseball Set
$12.00

1988 Matt Nokes Card + Stand-Up Catcher Sealed in Box Starting Lineup MLB Tigers
$14.99

Wally Joyner Angels 1988 Kenner SLU Starting Lineup Baseball Card
$9.99

Tom Herr Cardinals 1988 Kenner SLU Starting Lineup Baseball Card
$9.99

1988 Starting Lineup Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Set
$12.00

1988 Starting Lineup Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Set
$12.00

1988 Starting Lineup Baltimore Orioles Baseball Set
$12.00

1988 Starting Lineup Chicago White Sox Baseball Set
$12.00

1976 TOPPS BABE RUTH EX + 1988 STARTING LINEUP CARD +1991 BASEBALL CARD PRESENTS
$16.99

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Ryan's collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection. Ryan can be found on Twitter @tradercracks and Google+.

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