Another week, another now defunct brand of baseball cards that I miss. I really liked the 1990 Score set, which felt very close to the original 1988 debut product. These are not expensive cards by any means and I loved the bright colorful borders. Score cards also frequently had good action pictures. Most of the 1990 Score Rookie/Traded cards have orange borders. Takes away a bit from the regular 1990 Score set that looks like a rainbow jello mold when sorted into a complete set with the different colored borders.
The 1990 Score Rookie/Traded Ray Lankford card has him batting during a Spring Training game. The batting practice jersey and uniform number are a dead giveaway. The only number Ray Lankford wore as a Major League player between 1990 and 2002 was 16 for both the Cardinals and Padres. The second number on his jersey is not clear in the picture on the front of the card, but you can see it's a 50 something. I like the action photo of Lankford hitting.