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Btw, have the complete 91 Topps set, just like 4 million other people. More amazing, Berryhill actually has a Starting Lineup figure. Who knew?
That is indeed Damon Berryhill. How did I know Charlie would get that one right?Didn't everyone who played from 1988 to 1992 have a Starting Lineup?
ok I'm kinda lost and hopping you'll all help a girl out here. stumbled upon a huge long box of 1988 and 1989 topps baseball cards. Was told that Rookies were the most valuable. I have one 1988 Damon Berryhill rookie card. it's off center just sligthly.. is this a good card or basically worth about the price of it's paper? Thanks much, `Trouble
Well, that was an era we in the card business call the overproduction era. Millions of cards were produced and even the best rookies aren't worth more than a buck or two. As for Berryhill...combining the above with the fact that Berryhill never amounted to much as a player, that card is worth around 10 cents. I wish I had better news for you, but that's kind of how it goes anymore. The players to look for in 1988 and 1989 Topps are Ken Caminiti (88), Tom Glavine (88), Craig Biggio (89), John Smoltz (89), Gary Sheffield (89) and Randy Johnson (89). But like I said, those are only worth a couple of bucks max and only sell for a quarter at best.
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