Here's a tasty 1983 Fleer cello pack.
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Top of the pack shows Glenn Brummer (#4) shining through.
Bottom shows Rick Cerone (#376.) Two catchers. Let's see what's in between.
#71 Gary Roenicke
#444 Al Woods: Mike Tyson, anyone?
#639 The Silver Shoe: hell yes! You don't see this card too often for this future HOFer.
#320 Enrique Romo: no relation to Jessica Simpson's boyfriend.
#314 Steve Nicosia: what's he doing with his hand?
#258 Darrel Evans: at this point, Evans was 10 years removed from his 40-HR season. Few people probably thought he had another one yet to come, but he did, in 1985.
#572 Jon Matlack
#638 All-Star Catchers: Hot damn, two HOFers on one card. And amazingly, both of them have stupid grins on their faces!
#290 Al Oliver: Here's another nice card of an underrated player.
#289 Dan Norman
#366 Gary Lucas
#534 Fred Stanley
#636 "Smith Bros.": OK, holy crap. I'm drawing all these awesome insert cards.
White Sox sticker (I dare not call it stupid, dumb, or annoying.)
#623 Pete Redfern
#615 Brad Havens
#267 Renie Martin: come hither!
#565 Danny Darwin
#651 Dodgers/White Sox checklist: just a coincidence that it's the same two teams that I got stickers for? Probably.
#118 Lee May: looking nervous...I had a number of conversations with May when he was the Orioles' first-base coach. He was about as warm and welcoming as you'd expect from this photo.
#120 Amos Otis
#363 Joe Lefebvre
#513 Tony Armas
#650 Phillies/Red Sox checklist
#343 Dave Tobik
#344 Alan Trammell: Oh yes! Oh YES YES YES!
#22 Ozzie Smith: Another HOFer!
#376 The aforementioned Rick Cerone
That was an outstanding pack! Five HOFers, if you count Rickey, who will be voted in in about 4 months.