1993 O-Pee-Chee Premier Baseball Card Checklist

The O-Pee-Chee Premier baseball card set was released in 1993. The set consisted of 132 baseball cards and each card from the 1993 O-Pee-Chee Premier baseball card set is listed below. Note: Baseball cards which featured a player who did not appear in a regular season game during the most recently completed season, do not link to their major league statistics.

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1993 O-Pee-Chee Premier

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1 Barry Bonds
2 Chad Curtis
3 Chris Bosio
4 Cal Eldred
5 Dan Walters
6 Rene Arocha
7 Delino DeShields
8 Spike Owen
9 Jeff Russell
10 Phil Plantier
11 Mike Christopher
12 Darren Daulton
13 Scott Cooper
14 Paul O'Neill
15 Jimmy Key
16 Dickie Thon
17 Greg Gohr
18 Andre Dawson
19 Steve Cooke
20 Tony Fernandez
21 Mark Gardner
22 Dave Martinez
23 Jose Guzman
24 Chili Davis
25 Randy Knorr
26 Mike Piazza
27 Benji Gil
28 Dave Winfield
29 Wil Cordero
30 Butch Henry
31 Eric Young
32 Orestes Destrade
33 Randy Myers
34 Tom Brunansky
35 Dan Wilson
36 Juan Guzman
37 Tim Salmon
38 Bill Krueger
39 Larry Walker
40 David Hulse
41 Ken Ryan
42 Jose Lind
43 Benito Santiago
44 Ray Lankford
45 Dave Stewart
46 Don Mattingly
47 Fernando Valenzuela
48 Scott Fletcher
49 Wade Boggs
50 Norm Charlton
51 Carlos Baerga
52 John Olerud
53 Willie Wilson
54 Dennis Moeller
55 Joe Orsulak
56 John Smiley
57 Al Martin
58 Andres Galarraga
59 Billy Ripken
60 Dave Stieb
61 Dave Magadan
62 Todd Worrell
63 Sherman Obando
64 Kent Bottenfield
65 Vince Castino
66 Charlie Hayes
67 Mike Hartley
68 Harold Baines
69 John Cummings
70 J.T. Snow
71 Graeme Lloyd
72 Frank Bolick
73 Doug Drabek
74 Milt Thompson
75 Tim Pugh
76 John Kruk
77 Tom Henke
78 Kevin Young
79 Ryan Thompson
80 Mike Hampton
81 Jose Canseco
82 Mike Lansing
83 Candy Maldonado
84 Alex Arias
85 Troy Neel
86 Greg Swindell
87 Tim Wallach
88 Andy Van Slyke
89 Harold Reynolds
90 Bryan Harvey
91 Jerald Clark
92 David Cone
93 Ellis Burks
94 Scott Bankhead
95 Pete Incaviglia
96 Cecil Fielder
97 Sean Berry
98 Gregg Jefferies
99 Billy Brewer
100 Scott Sanderson
101 Walt Weiss
102 Travis Fryman
103 Barry Larkin
104 Darren Holmes
105 Ivan Calderon
106 Terry Jorgensen
107 David Nied
108 Tim Bogar
109 Roberto Kelly
110 Mike Moore
111 Carlos Garcia
112 Mike Bielecki
113 Trevor Hoffman
114 Rich Amaral
115 Jody Reed
116 Charlie Leibrandt
117 Greg Gagne
118 Dan Sherman
119 Jeff Conine
120 Tim Laker
121 Kevin Seitzer
122 Jeff Mutis
123 Rico Rossy
124 Paul Molitor
125 Cal Ripken, Jr.
126 Greg Maddux
127 Greg McMichael
128 Felix Jose
129 Dick Schofield
130 Jim Abbott
131 Kevin Reimer
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