This is an odd one. First of all, I'll point out that the wrapper is wrong. There are (depending on what you count on cards) at least 7 cards in this pack. It's not like the pack was overstuffed or anything. I think this is normal. I also defied the naming convention the brand would expect you to use by calling it Fleer Sports Illustrated, when it's really Sports Illustrated (Presented by Fleer, perhaps). I think that's okay, because there's precedent for it.
192 - Larry Walker - We start things off with a subset card of the recently elected HOF member Larry Walker. Subsets appear to be a big thing in this set, as you'll see.
56 - Joey Hamilton - Here's the base design. I think this set was trying to be Fleer's answer to Stadium Club, only with the whole famous magazine theme. This must have been a St. Patrick's Day game.
136 - Ken Caminiti - Here's another subset design. That's an awfully big ribbon.
140 - Darryl Kile - This one is for my DK collection. I can't complain about that!
50 - Ben Grieve - According to the wrapper, Grieve was one of the featured autograph subjects in this product, which really takes you back to a time when people were hoping for Ben Grieve cards.
4OD - Cal Ripken Jr. Opening Day Mini Poster - This is one of the non-cards, a foldable mini poster of the Iron Man along with the Orioles schedule for the year.
44 - Jason Giambi - Here's what the backs of the base cards look like. It's always the same picture of the bat knobs.
134 - Charles Johnson - That's World Series champion Charles Johnson, guys.
Even the freebie checklist at the back of the pack doesn't look all that bad. This folds over similar to the mini-poster, but it's just half the size.