Baseball Cards by Egantx7

Question 9

In 1975, Fleer took Topps and the Major League Baseball Players Association to court, demanding that it was illegal for Topps to have an exclusive contract with Major League players. Though it took a few years, Fleer won in court, and published its first widely available set of baseball cards in 1981. What other company joined Fleer producing a widely available set in 1981? Identify this company which originally marketed film and TV trading cards, sold baseball cards into the early 1990s, and was later affiliated with Score and Pinnacle, but today is owned by Panini, no longer producing baseball cards.