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Old 08-25-2017, 08:34 PM
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Default 1989 Turkey Hill Minit Markets Cups

A few cups that I picked up in Pennsy back in 89
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I remember them putting out "slurpee type" cups in 1985 as well (taller; green background); got the Ripken for my collection.

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Was there any Yankees released in this set? I would think a Mattingly or Winfield would have been.

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Was there any Yankees released in this set? I would think a Mattingly or Winfield would have been.

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I don't know, what I do remember the cups I bought was the inventory that they had of one each. The store was located between Intercourse and Blue Ball PA not to far from Lancaster

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Looks like Sandberg was designed after Freddy Kruger

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