129 - Travis Fryman (This looks like a pretty decent set, with nice photography, full color fronts and backs and a simple yet memorable design. It beats the hell out of 1990, 1991 or 1992 Fleer, that's for sure.)
39 - Carlos Quintana (I wonder if the ball is already at the base and the 3rd baseman is just waiting to apply the tag.)
16 - Kirk Reuter Rookie Sesnsations (The '90s sensation - Rookie Sensations! I was never cool enough to get many of these back in my youth. I swear that these started in basketball and Fleer tried to apply them to their baseball line.)
439 - Alex Cole (The other impressive thing about this set is the full color photos on the back that are totally not the same as the front. Current manufacturers - er, I guess there's really only going to be one soon - could take a lesson from this.)
361 - David Justice (Justice was coming off of a 40 HR, 120 RBI season. Impressive. I couldn't stand watching Atlanta's baseball team, though, with their constant tomahawk chop thing that they did. To this day, our state's newspaper will not print the nickname of this team or Washington's NFL team as a matter of principle.)
661 - Mark Davis (Davis was a great reliever with the Padres at one point and then completely fell of the map with the Royals. I'm not sure what happened to him after that, but apparently he reappeared with the Padres as documented here.)
350 - Steve Avery (Avery was supposedly better than Glavine, Smoltz and Maddux... until he wasn't anymore. It didn't take long.)
As usual, these cards are all up for grabs, especially if you have any crummy mid-'90s Cardinals to send me in return.