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I couldn’t pass up a pack of baseball cards from the dollar store when Andre Dawson is the featured card on the top of the pack. C’mon. There were 35 cards in the pack.

Here’s the breadown by year:
1981 1
1982 3
1983 1
1984 1
1985 1
1986 2
1987 5
1988 2
1989 5
1990 4
1991 0
1992 2
1993 2
1994 1
1995 2
1996 1
2005 1

Every year is represented from 1981 to 1996 except 1991. That’s really impressive. The variety is remarkable. It’s a nice flashback going through these cards despite every card besides two being complete and utter duds, though it’s to be expected for the entire pack beyond the top card to be duds. There was an ’86 Boggs card tucked in there.

Just because you really want to know, here’s each card:
1984 Topps Ed Vande Berg, 1989 Bowman Manny Trillo, 1982 Fleer Darrel Evans, 1986 Topps Wade Boggs, 1987 Topps Lenny Dykstra, 1990 Score Bob Ojeda, 1982 Topps Pete Mackanin, 1990 Topps Pat Borders, 1989 Fleer Bo Diaz, 1990 Donruss Mike Witt, 1987 Fleer Dave Stieb, 1995 Pacific Collection Chris Hoiles, 1990 Bowman Kent Mercker, 1988 Topps Mark Eichhorn, 1994 Pinnacle Kevin Brown, 1996 Score Kevin Seitzer, 1987 Topps Ron Karkovice, 1993 Upper Deck Phil Hiatt, 1986 Topps Danny Heep, 1995 Fleer Ultra Todd Worrell, 2005 Fleer Jon Garland, 1993 Leaf Eric Young, 1987 Leaf Tommy Herr, 1982 Topps White Sox Batting/Pitching Ldrs, 1981 Topps Butch Hobson, 1985 Topps Pedro Guerrero, 1989 Upper Deck Jack McDowell, 1988 Topps Jamie Quirk, 1989 Donruss Joe Orsulak, 1987 Topps Ken Dixon, 1983 Topps Ron Gardenhire, 1992 Donruss Doug Piatt, 1989 Fleer Atlee Hammacker, 1992 Donruss Mark Gardner

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I want to see a photo of all the cards laid out. I can’t believe you typed all that in. I suppose it’s good for search engines. But not good for my viewing pleasure.