Baseball Cards by Egantx7

Question 2

First and last name needed.

Starting around 1980, Topps and other companies began so mass-producing their cards, that many, even with high demand, weren't very valuable. One notable exception is the Topps traded set card #98T, which features this player on his hard-to-find rookie card, a card that in mint gem condition still often sells for over US$100.

Cal Ripken, Jr.