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SPACEMAN PLAYER CARD!

 80s All Stars
 

 
 

Set Numbered 25-36 ; Printed in 1989 ; 10K printed
*Card and Picture Quality Much Higher Than Shown*

1980s All-Stars


5,000 Printed in 1989 (limited quantities)

24. Barry Bonds*
25. Don Heinkel
26. Bob Sebra
27. Ron Romanick
28. Mike Harkey
29. Dan Plesac
30. Oddibe McDowell
31. Joe Magrane
32. Kevin McReynolds
33. Luis Medina
34. Alvin Davis
35. Shane Mack
36. Harold Reynolds

*printed in 2003

 

 

card size 2 x 3 in.Excerpts from reverse of card

CARD # 24

Barry Bonds
SPECIAL EDITION CARD - ONLY 2500 PRINTED


As the Goldpanners' most successful graduate of the 1980s, Barry deserves the front spot in the newly reconfigured "1980s All-Stars" set.

A "limited edition" run of 2,500 cards was printed after a hidden cache of Barry Bonds pictures were discovered in the archives in 2003.  Three different pictures of Barry are on the card.  He is also joined by Hall of Fame Coaches and other Major Leaguers.  This is not the same card as 2003 Team Set #24.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 25

Don Heinkel
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Heinkel was the top pitcher on the 1981 team with a 7-3 record and two saves to go with a brilliant 1-73 ERA. He also had a 4-0 mark in '80.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Heinkel ascended to the majors with the Tigers in 1988 before moving to the Cardinals in '89.

 
MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 26

Bob Sebra
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Sebra started 12 games for the Panners in 1982 and posted a 4-3 record.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Sebra went up to the Rangers in 1985.  Bob was traded to the Expos and was in the starting rotation before being dealt to the Phillies.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 27

Ron Romanick
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Romanick was the top winner at 9-1 and pitched the national championship game in Panners' 1980 title year.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Romanick was in the regular starting rotation for the Angels for three years putting up a 31-29 record before injuries cut short his career.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 28

Mike Harkey
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Harkey was the MVP of the Alaska League as he led the 1986 Panners' staff with a 10-3 record and 3.41 ERA.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Harkey made an immediate name for himself with his blazing fastball after being called by the Cubs in late 1988.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 29

Dan Plesac
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Plesac compiled a 3-4 record in 1981 while starting seven times in 10 appearances.  Brother Joe also pitched for the team that year.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Plesac joined the Brewers in 1986 and quickly established himself as a bullpen ace. Pitched in the 1987 All-Star Game.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 30

Oddibe McDowell
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
McDowell was a standout on the 1982 and 1983 Goldpanner teams. He hit .322 in '82 and followed at .350 in '83.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
McDowell breezed into the big time with the Rangers in 1985.

MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 31

Joe Magrane
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Magrane was the top pitcher on the 1983 national runnerup team with a 10-3 record and 2.35 ERA.  Joe completed 10 of his 13 starts.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Magrane joined the Cardinals in 1987 and immediately entered the starting rotation.  Joe's 2.18 ERA led the National League in '88.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 32

Kevin McReynolds
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
McReynolds had a sizzling 1980 season as he hit .396 with 16 home runs en route to national summer baseball MVP honors.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
McReynolds joined the Padres in 1983 and quickly established himself.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 33

Luis Medina
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Medina was a heavy hitter on the 1983 national runnerup and '84 teams.  Hit .315 in '83 and was Alaska League MVP in '84 with robust .384.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Medina made an immediate hit when he joined the Indians late in '88 and hit six home runs in just 51 at-bats.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 34

Alvin Davis
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Davis was a standout in 1979 and on the '80 national championship team.   Official batting champ in '80 at an even .400 after .315 season in '79.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Davis earned Rookie of the Year honors after breaking in with Mariners in 1984.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 35

Shane Mack
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Mack was a standout on the 1982 and '83 teams.  Shane it .287 and .347 with 16 career homers.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Shane ascended to the big leagues with the Padres in 1987 after being the 11th player taken in the '84 draft.


MAJOR LEAGUER!

CARD # 36

Harold Reynolds
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AS A GOLDPANNER
Reynolds was a member of the 1980 national championship team, leading in hitting at .404.

AS A MAJOR LEAGUER
Reynolds first went to Mariners in 1983 and earned a Gold Glove at second base in 1988.