I have a paranoia of busting any pack from the last 30 years [probably the time frame from where I can afford to bust most packs] - but I takes my chances on this dusty piece of poop collecting dust.
There are three 17 card wax [actual wax] packs and 51 card per rack - with one Headliners insert per rack.
#4 of 6 Rickey Henderson Headliners insert - likely 2009 Hall of Fame inductee; the card is probably worth a quarter or less [there is a 'fisheye' you can see on the card - the yellow dot you can see on the line going through his neck, behind his collar].
Baseball stickers - New York Yankees and San Diego Padres
#191 Milt Thompson
#378 Dan Quisenberry
#8 Sid Fernandez - actually had a decent career, even though I vaguely remember him as fat and ineffective [not quite the case].
#298 Clint Hurdle - the current Colorado Rockies manager was once a Sports Illustrated coverboy as a top prospect.
#131 Dale Mohoric
#247 Ernie Camacho
#337 Floyd Youmans
#91 Vern Ruhle
#231 Cliff Johnson
#437 Greg Brock
#219 Jesse Barfield
#64 Jim Pankovitz
Baseball stickers - Montreal Expos and Baltimore Orioles
#268 Chris Brown - R.I.P.
#544 Kent Hrbek - still probably wouldn't have been anything more than a baseball card 'minor star' in 1987. Current Minnesota Twins' first baseman Justin Morneau is putting up comparable numbers to Hrbek.
#161 Dan Petry
#611 Barry Jones - nice uniform number '69' as a rookie and/or a spring training invitee.
#482 Jim Traber
#574 Lee Smith - these cards are nice for their time, but fall short because of quality control issues.
#600 Matt Young
#40 Spike Owen
#123 Scott Fletcher
#618 Johnny Ray - swinging a sledgehammer. You can barely make out what is written, but it looks like 'The Kid' is written on the side.
#61 Bob Knepper
#392 Alfredo Griffin
#539 George Frazier
#436 Dave Anderson
#435 Marvell Wynn - this 'run' of cards are off-center/miscut
#109 Willie Randolph
#350 Paul Molitor - card is worth $0.15, but even less with a wax stain on the back.
At this point, I thought I would have been able to pull at least one 'decent' rookie card - and several star cards.
Baseball stickers - Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees
#492 Julio Cruz
#282 Greg Minton
#543 Neal Heaton - I remember from my formative years of baseball watching, this guy learning a particular pitch back in 1990 that allowed him to have enough first-half success to be named to the National League All-Star team that season.
#280 Roger Mason - I remember him as a 'reclamation' project back in the early 1990s.
#622 Don Robinson - I remember his reputation as a hefty, good hitting pitcher.
#74 Rick Burleson
#562 Leon Durham
#594 Jim Presley
#395 Jay Howell
#128 Pete Incaviglia - more fisheyes? Incaviglia is probably the Matt LaPorta of the 1980s. LaPorta is an up-and-coming power hitting prospect with the Cleveland Indians.
#265 Juan Berenguer
#69 Dave Smith - R.I.P.
#393 Moose Haas
#533 Allan Anderson - I can only laugh when I pull two of the same card and of Anderson of all people! I remember him as a retread common in early 1990s sets.
#533 Allan Anderson
#449 Alejandro Pena