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SPACEMAN PLAYER CARD!

 

 



Set Numbered 1-16 ; Printed in 1990 ; Only 5000 printed!
MLB - Giambi, Rodriguez, Wilson

TWO GIAMBI ALL-TIME FIRST CARDS

 

1990 Team Baseball Card Set (Jason Giambi All-Time First Card)

5,000 Printed in 1990 (extremely limited quantities)

  1. Team Card (with Giambi) & Checklist
  2. Scott Dennison
  3. Steve Rodriguez
  4. Brent Ferguson / Brad Files
  5. Todd Winston
  6. Jason Giambi (All-Time First Card!)
  7. Brian Holliday
  8. Brian Fontes / Walter Bills
  9. Alan Burke
  10. Todd Pridy
  11. Steve Simpson
  12. Jerry Stafford / Gary Wilson
  13. Marcelino Garcia
  14. Richie Juarez
  15. Chad Uyehara / Steve Dietz
  16. Jim Dietz / Steve Abney / Steve Warner

 

 


 

card size 2 x 3 in.excepts from reverse of cards
#1 - Checklist
INCLUDES JASON GIAMBI

Checklist
1990 U.S. Open Champions

The 1990 Alaska Goldpanners finished 37-20 and captured the U.S. Open International Tournament.  Team members (pictured on reverse), inclded kneeling from left: Coach Jim Warner, Chad Uyehara, Scott Fleming, Steve Simpson, Alan Burke, Brian Holliday, Brent Ferguson,  Steve Rodriguez, Steve Dietz, Scott Dennison, and Batboy Marshall Sele.  Standing from left: Coach Steve Abney, Todd Winston, Todd Pridy, Walter Bills, Richie Juarez, Gary Wilson, Field Manager Jim Dietz, Jerry Stafford, Brian Fontes, Jason Giambi, Benji Grigsby, Marcellino Garcia and Brad Files.

#2 - Steve Simpson

Scott Dennison
Height: 5'9" Weight: 160 Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 1-9-68 Hometown: El Cajon, CA

Second baseman from San Diego State University who enjoyed a hot-hitting summer, finishing at .367.  Scott displayed consistent infield defense and his Goldpanner season echoed a fine year at SDSU where he hit .362 and swiped 34 of 45 theft attempts.  Added 29 steals during the summer season with Fairbanks.  Previously attended Grossmont College in El Cajon, CA, his hometown...

#3 - Steve Rodriguez

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Steve Rodriguez
Height: 5'9" Weight: 170 Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 11-29-70 Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Outstanding freshman year at Pepperdine University was followed by a strong summer season with the Goldpanners for the talented infielder.  Rodriguez batted .332 at Pepperdine and stole 15 bases in earning Freshman All-American honors.  For the Fairbanks season, Rodriguez connected at a .343 clip with 31 stolen bases batting out of the leadoff position...

#4 - Panner Outfielders

Panner Outfield
Brent Ferguson - Scott Fleming

SCOTT FLEMING
Height: 5'11"  Weight: 175

Bats: Left  Throws: Left
Born: 6-30-70  Hometown: Fresno, CA

BRENT FERGUSON
Height: 5'11"  Weight: 170
Bats: Right  Throws: Right
Born: 7-18-70  Hometown: San Juan Capistrano, CA
#5 - Todd Winston

Todd Winston
Height: 6'0" Weight: 180 Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 1-27-70  Hometown: Marysville, MI

The Goldpanners have had numerous outstanding catchers in their long history, but none equalled the defensive performance of Todd, the University of Michigan product.  Todd, a draftee of the Detroit Tigers out of high school in Marysville, MI, gunned down a record number of opposing would-be base thieves and recorded a dozen pickoffs...

#6 - Jason Giambi
All-time First Card!
MAJOR LEAGUER!

Jason Giambi
Height: 6'2" Weight: 190    Bats: L Throws: R
Born: 1-8-71  Hometown: Covina, CA

Young hitting star out of Long Beach State University who turned in the top batting mark on the 1990 Goldpanner squad, running up a nifty .377 average.  Finished second in hitting in the Big West Conference during the collegiate season at .422 serving as the CSLB designated hitter.   The Goldpanner third sacker used the summer season to make gigantic strides on the defensive side of his game.

#7 Brian Holliday

Brian Holliday
Height: 5'11" Weight: 180   Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 9-29-69  Hometown: Redmond, WA

San Diego State junior from the Seattle area worked himself into the No. 1 starting position for the Goldpanners after serving principally in relief at SDSU.  Erected a 5-2 record in his first 10 starts in Fairbanks, fashioning a 4.44 ERA...

#8 - Panner Pitchers

MAJOR LEAGUER!

Panner Pitchers
Jerry Stafford  - Gary Wilson

GARY WILSON
Height: 6'3"  Weight: 180
Bats: Right  Throws: Right
Born: 1-1-70   Hometown: Arcata, CA

JERRY STAFFORD
Height: 6'4"  Weight: 200
Bats: Left  Throws: Left
Born: 4-7-70  Hometown: Vista, CA

#9 - Alan Burke

Alan Burke
Height: 6'0" Weight: 195  Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 11-28-70  Hometown: Chino, CA

Strong returning player from Long Beach State University who can play in the outfield or at first base.  Finished the 1989 season with the Panners after starting with North Pole where he led with 9 home runs.  During the collegiate season he hit 9 more home runs and hit .344 while knocking home 40 runs.  In 1990 for the Goldpanners, Burke was at .370 with 5 round-trippers to his credit.

#10 - Todd Pridy

Todd Pridy
Height: 5'11" Weight: 215   Bats: L Throws: L
Born: 2-28-71

The California Junior College "Big Stick Award" went to Todd Pridy for his spectacular first year at Napa Valley College where he blasted 21 home runs and drove in 75 runs.  The Goldpanner season proved to be more of the same.  He won the MVP award as he led in nearly every offensive category...

#11 - Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson
Height: 6'0" Weight: 170   Bats: R Throws: R
Born: 10-15-69  Home: Snoqualmine, WA

Steve is a defensive specialist who joined the Goldpanners after his junior season with the Jaguars of the University of South Alabama.  Prior to his transfer to USA, Steve played for two seasons at Lassen College in Susanville, CA, under Goldpanners pitching coach Steve Abney...

#12 - Panner Pitchers

Panner Pitchers
Walter Bills Jr. - Brian Fontes

BRIAN FONTES
Height: 6'3" Weight: 200
Bats: Both Throws: Right

Hometown: Fresno, CA

WALTER BILLS JR.
Height: 6'1" Weight: 180
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Hometown: Sandy, UT
#13 - Marcelino Garcia

Marcelino Garcia
Height: 5'11" Weight: 190   Bats: L Throws: R
Born: 8-14-69  Hometown:  Medera, CA

Husky backstop from Fresno City College divided time behind the plate and as a designated hitter for the Goldpanners.   Marcelino proved to be a .329 hitter for Fairbanks after an "all-state" year at FCC where he smashed the ball at a lusty .410 clip, striking out just five times in 189 plate appearances.  Fast for his size he swiped 20 of 23 bases at FCC and had 15 thefts as a Goldpanner.

#14 - Richie Juarez

Richie Juarez
Height: 6'1" Weight: 170   Bats: L Throws: L
Born: 9-3-70  Hometown: Merced, CA

Richie was conference pitcher of the year for Fresno City College before becoming the stopper out of the Goldpanner bullpen.  The slender left-hander struck out 67 and walked only 7 in 80 innings at FCC as he went 7-0 on the year.  During the Fairbanks season he had 4-2 record with 11 saves and a 4.81 ERA.  Majoring in Ag Business, he has worked as a dairy farmer.

#15 - Panner Infield

Panner Infield
Steve Dietz -  Chad Uyehara

CHAD UYEHARA
Height: 5'7" Weight: 160
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Born: 2-4-69 

STEVE DIETZ
Height: 5'10" Weight: 155
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Born: 8-1-70
#16 - Coaching Staff

COACHING HALL OF FAME!

Coaching Staff
Steve Abney (l) Jim Dietz, Jim Warner (r)

Field Manager Jim Dietz is flanked by pitching coach Steve Abney (left) and assistance coach Jim Warner.  Abney is head coach at Lassen College in Susanville, CA.  Warner is an assistant at Southwestern College during the scholl year.  Dietz returned to the Goldpanners for the 1990 season after piloting the team in the 70's to four national championships and a 342-148 record en route to being named Amateur Manager of the Decade by the National Baseball Congress.