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1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball Cards

1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball Cards

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As one of the new kids on the block, Score didn't waste any time branching out into the realm of late-season box sets. 1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball might not garner a lot of attention today, but with a couple of rookie cards of Hall of Famers, it deserves a little love. That comes from the set's much scarcer Glossy version.

At 110 cards, 1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball is a little bit smaller than its Topps Traded counterpart. Highlighting the checklist are rookie cards of Roberto Alomar and Craig Biggio. Other notable rookies include franchise favorites Jay Buhner and Mark Grace.

The design sticks with what was used in the main 1988 Score Baseball release, only with orange borders. Backs have a second photo and lots of information. If you're shopping for singles and want to spot the main set from Rookie/Traded, a T follows the card number here.

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Basic 1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball sets are plentiful, even today. That glut keeps prices low, where they will likely stay.

This changes with the 1988 Score Rookie/Traded Glossy set. Printed in much smaller quantities compared to virtually everything else released around the same time, these get more attention now from those looking for more valuable cards.

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1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

110 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Glossy - sets sold separately

1T Jack Clark
2T Danny Jackson
3T Brett Butler
4T Kurt Stillwell
5T Tom Brunansky
6T Dennis Lamp
7T Jose DeLeon
8T Tom Herr
9T Keith Moreland
10T Kirk Gibson
11T Bud Black
12T Rafael Ramirez
13T Luis Salazar
14T Rich Gossage
15T Bob Welch
16T Vance Law
17T Ray Knight
18T Dan Quisenberry
19T Don Slaught
20T Lee Smith
21T Rick Cerone
22T Pat Tabler
23T Larry McWilliams
24T Ricky Horton
25T Graig Nettles
26T Dan Petry
27T Jose Rijo
28T Chili Davis
29T Dickie Thon
30T Mackey Sasser
31T Mickey Tettleton
32T Rick Dempsey
33T Ron Hassey
34T Phil Bradley
35T Jay Howell
36T Bill Buckner
37T Alfredo Griffin
38T Gary Pettis
39T Calvin Schiraldi
40T John Candelaria
41T Joe Orsulak
42T Willie Upshaw
43T Herm Winningham
44T Ron Kittle
45T Bob Dernier
46T Steve Balboni
47T Steve Shields
48T Henry Cotto
49T Dave Henderson
50T Dave Parker
51T Mike Young
52T Mark Salas
53T Mike Davis
54T Rafael Santana
55T Don Baylor
56T Dan Pasqua
57T Ernest Riles
58T Glenn Hubbard
59T Mike Smithson
60T Richard Dotson
61T Jerry Reuss
62T Mike Jackson
63T Floyd Bannister
64T Jesse Orosco
65T Larry Parrish
66T Jeff Bittiger RC
67T Ray Hayward RC
68T Ricky Jordan RC
69T Tommy Gregg RC
70T Brady Anderson RC
71T Jeff Montgomery RC
72T Darryl Hamilton RC
73T Cecil Espy RC
74T Greg Briley RC
75T Joey Meyer RC
76T Mike Macfarlane RC
77T Oswaldo Peraza RC
78T Jack Armstrong RC
79T Don Heinkel RC
80T Mark Grace RC
81T Steve Curry RC
82T Damon Berryhill RC
83T Steve Ellsworth RC
84T Pete Smith RC
85T Jack McDowell RC
86T Rob Dibble RC
87T Bryan Harvey RC
88T John Dopson RC
89T Dave Gallagher RC
90T Todd Stottlemyre RC
91T Mike Schooler RC
92T Don Gordon RC
93T Sil Campusano RC
94T Jeff Pico RC
95T Jay Buhner RC
96T Nelson Santovenia RC
97T Al Leiter RC
98T Luis Alicea RC
99T Pat Borders RC
100T Chris Sabo RC
101T Tim Belcher RC
102T Walt Weiss RC
103T Craig Biggio RC
104T Don August RC
105T Roberto Alomar RC
106T Todd Burns RC
107T John Costello RC
108T Melido Perez RC
109T Darrin Jackson RC
110T Orestes Destrade RC
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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His 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.

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