Tuesday, September 3, 2013

1987 Stuart Bakery - tradebait

Jason S. sent me some cards I've never seen before. He suggested that I use them for trade bait. They're oddball enough that some of you might actually nibble.

The card panels that came my way are 1987 Stuart Bakery cards.  The SCBC says:
Twenty-eight four-part folding panels make up the 1987 Stuart Super Stars set, which was issued only in Canada. Three player cards and a sweepstakes entry form card comprise each panel. All 26 major league teams are included with the Montreal Expos and Toronto Blue Jays being represented twice. The cards, which are full color and measure 2-1/2" x 3-1/2", are written in both English and French. The card backs contain the player’s previous year’s statistics. All team insignias have been airbrushed away.
I've scanned the Braves (2) and the Indians (18), but also have the Expos (7),  Padres (12), Giants (13), Orioles (14), White Sox (17), Tigers (19), Twins (22), and the Blue Jays (27).  The numbers refer to SCBC's numbering of the unnumbered panels.  The whole checklist is below.

1987 Stuart Bakery
Atlanta Braves (panel # 2)

1987 Stuart Bakery
Cleveland Indians (panel # 18)

So, I'd really like to use these as legitimate tradebait.  Find something on my wantlists and hit me up (mark DOT aubrey AT gmail DOT com).  You know you want them.  If it isn't on the wantlists, you could try offering a tobacco card or two.  Not necessarily of ball players.  Offer some vintagey goodness.  You'd be surprised what I'd take in trade.

Panel (New York Mets)
1a Gary Carter
1b Keith Hernandez
1c Darryl Strawberry

Panel (Atlanta Braves)
2a Bruce Benedict
2b Ken Griffey
2c Dale Murphy

Panel (Chicago Cubs)
3a Jody Davis
3b Andre Dawson
3c Leon Durham

Panel (Cincinnati Reds)
4a Buddy Bell
4b Eric Davis
4c Dave Parker

Panel (Houston Astros)
5a Glenn Davis
5b Nolan Ryan
5c Mike Scott

Panel (Los Angeles Dodgers)
6a Pedro Guerrero
6b Mike Marshall
6c Fernando Valenzuela

Panel (Montreal Expos)
7a Tim Raines
7b Tim Wallach
7c Mitch Webster

Panel (Montreal Expos)
8a Hubie Brooks
8b Bryn Smith
8c Floyd Youmans

Panel (Philadelphia Phillies)
9a Shane Rawley
9b Juan Samuel
9c Mike Schmidt

Panel (Pittsburgh Pirates)
10a Jim Morrison
10b Johnny Ray
10c R.J. Reynolds

Panel (St. Louis Cardinals)
11a Jack Clark
11b Vince Coleman
11c Ozzie Smith

Panel (San Diego Padres)
12a Steve Garvey
12b Tony Gwynn
12c John Kruk

Panel (San Francisco Giants)
13a Chili Davis
13b Jeffrey Leonard
13c Robbie Thompson

Panel (Baltimore Orioles)
14a Fred Lynn
14b Eddie Murray
14c Cal Ripken, Jr.

Panel (Boston Red Sox)
15a Don Baylor
15b Wade Boggs
15c Roger Clemens

Panel (California Angels)
16a Doug DeCinces
16b Wally Joyner
16c Mike Witt

Panel (Chicago White Sox)
17a Harold Baines
17b Carlton Fisk
17c Ozzie Guillen

Panel (Cleveland Indians)
18a Joe Carter
18b Julio Franco
18c Pat Tabler

Panel (Detroit Tigers)
19a Kirk Gibson
19b Jack Morris
19c Alan Trammell

Panel (Kansas City Royals)
20a George Brett
20b Bret Saberhagen
20c Willie Wilson

Panel (Milwaukee Brewers)
21a Cecil Cooper
21b Paul Molitor
21c Robin Yount

Panel (Minnesota Twins)
22a Tom Brunansky
22b Kent Hrbek
22c Kirby Puckett

Panel (New York Yankees)
23a Rickey Henderson
23b Don Mattingly
23c Dave Winfield

Panel (Oakland A’s)
24a Jose Canseco
24b Alfredo Griffin
24c Carney Lansford

Panel (Seattle Mariners)
25a Phil Bradley
25b Alvin Davis
25c Mark Langston

Panel (Texas Rangers)
26a Pete Incaviglia
26b Pete O’Brien
26c Larry Parrish

Panel (Toronto Blue Jays)
27a Jesse Barfield
27b George Bell
27c Tony Fernandez

Panel (Toronto Blue Jays)
28a Lloyd Moseby
28b Dave Stieb
28c Ernie Whitt

1 comment:

  1. Stuart BAKERY! So that's what Stuart is/was.

    I'm glad I didn't have to wait years to figure that out. Good ol' internet.