Click to enlarge1990 Topps Chicago White Sox Baseball Cards Team Set

The 1990 Topps Chicago White Sox Team Set contains 31 White Sox baseball cards including Star Players like Frank Thomas rookie card, Sammy Sosa rookie card, Robin Ventura, Ozzie Guillen, and Carlton Fisk. All cards in the set are listed below.

21 Jeff Torborg - 33 Greg Walker - 79 Ron Kittle - 93 Shawn Hillegas - 121 Robin Ventura - 156 Ken Patterson - 169 Richard Dotson - 219 Donn Pall - 243 Barry Jones - 255 Bobby Thigpen - 299 Adam Peterson - 326 Tom McCarthy - 365 Ozzie Guillen - 379 Steve Rosenberg - 392 Carlton Fisk AS - 414 Frank Thomas (RC) - 420 Carlton Fisk - 446 Dan Pasqua - 461 Carlos Martinez - 499 Bill Long - 524 Daryl Boston - 565 Scott Fletcher - 569 Ivan Calderon - 587 Lance Johnson - 612 Dave Gallagher - 621 Melido Perez - 692 Sammy Sosa (RC) - 717 Ron Karkovice - 751 Steve Lyons - 769 Greg Hibbard - 786 Eric King



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