293 Craig Worthington - Ah, the Orioles' all-glove, no-hit hot corner man of the early '90s.
188 Lloyd Moseby - Huh. I didn't realize he was the Jays' all-time leader in games, hits, doubles, and steals when he left the team.
195 Bip Roberts - BIPPED!
90 Bobby Thigpen - His saves record may have just fallen, but K-Rod racked up a lot more cheap saves than Bobby did.
208 "You Can Call Me" Al Newman - Sorry for the Bermanism, but there's just not enough Paul Simon on this blog. Amirite?
214 Walt Weiss - He was apparently born in Tuxedo, NY. Heh.
159 Greg Hibbard - Great throwback Sox threads!
56 Mark McGwire AL All-Star - I never realized that Donruss' All-Star cards had the player's All-Star stat lines on the back. In his first four Midsummer Classics, Big Mac was 2-for-10 with no RBI. But he's not one to talk about the past.
285 Greg Olson - Valuable lesson: the Braves' catcher was Greg with a single 'g'. The Orioles' closer was Gregg with two 'g's. Then there's Greg Golson, the Phillies' farmhand. Yikes.
39 Julio Valera Rated Rookie - Sure, he was crap, but I just love that Rated Rookie logo.
237 Dave Martinez - Currently on the Rays coaching staff. Good for him.
131 Greg W. Harris - Here we go again. He was the Padres starter. Greg A. Harris was the bespectacled reliever for the Red Sox, Rangers, Phillies, etc.
299 Kent Mercker - The only player from this pack still active in 2008. Who'dathunkit?
194 Oil Can Boyd - That's right, Donruss. None of that "Dennis" crap that Topps used to pull.
202 Jeff Russell - Co-starring Jeff Russell's mustache.
5 Barry Larkin Diamond King - Dick Perez really should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
To close things out we have pieces #13, 14, and 15 of the Willie Stargell puzzle. Pretty choice pieces - Pops' head is fully visible, though several pieces of the wrapper are stuck to them. Eh.