However, it's not like the cards were discounted since they'd been collecting dust and were in mothballs for the last 20-25 years - I still had to pay a quarter a card and probably at least $30 if I took home all the cards I found.
I had to slow down and whittle down my stash into something more reasonable - I put away the 1993 cards I pulled, figuring I could just pick up a full 1993 Upper Deck set instead of fooling around with loose cards.
I could probably pick up an 1989 Upper Deck set or at least end up with a lot of assorted cards - but there is still a little mystique with UD's inaugural brand, so I relented to pick up a handful that really appealed to me.
1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. #1 - nah, just kidding
1989 Upper Deck Kevin Gross #31 - on the reverse image, pitchers hitting
1989 Upper Deck Dennis Rasmussen #645 - on the reverse image, pitchers hitting