Well, few was the operative word, but they were all keepers, which was nice (no Toliver's here).
I know that you won't find Benito on the list of my "player collections", but it might as well be. He has some great cards (at least as a Padre, and that's all that really matters), and this is no exception. I like the design of most of '92 Score, and seeing his mask hovering in the air behind him looks cool.
These were the only other Padres cards out of the 100 that I got. One happened to be one of the vintage "hits"! With the camera on the fritz still, all these images are off the web, so imagine a few more creases on the left corners (top and bottom) and that's what I'm left with. Not great condition, but still pretty cool to find in a re-pack.
I like lots of "art" cards (which may explain my soft spot for this year's Triple Play set), and while Donruss' "Diamond Kings" are cool, the checklists from 1991 Upper Deck are probably the best of the 90s. This Fisk is a great looking card, and makes it into the miscellaneous binder.
Believe it or not, I even got an autographed card in the pack! I was surprised to get it, but I imagine I'd be hard pressed to find anybody who has heard of him. Turns out he was a Mariners and Reds prospect who pitched in 13 games in the majors. According to baseball-reference.com, he last pitched with the once-unheard-of-now-famous Sugarland Skeeters (anyone see Roger Clemens' 3 1/3 innings?), but according to the team website, isn't on the roster anymore. This is up for grabs.
I also got some cool/fun cards that will make it into trade packages, and looking through them was fun enough to be worth the bucks. I also got an early 90s Dustin Hermanson card that is actually a minor league card. I figure that a minor league card only counts as half a Padre card, and the vintage card is only 25% Padre, so I really only got 1.75 Padre cards out of the whole pack. Not a great ratio, but still fun. And fun is good.