|1987 Fleer Baseball's Game Winners box.|
The box front declares that this is a limited edition, and like all such things, I suppose it's true in the sense that there are a limited number of molecules in the universe. They can't actually produce infinitely many of these sets, so the production is limited. I've said before that I prefer boxed sets that have more logic to them (such as a Baseball Highlights set or a League Leaders set) instead of concepts so vague as to be meaningless (such as Team Leaders or Baseball MVP). This set, Game Winners, strikes me as the vague/meaningless variety. Every player that might make sense to include in a set like this helps to win at least one game, so they're all game winners.
|Mike Schmidt and Fernando Valenzuela.|
|Ken Phelps and Ernest Riles.|
|Von Hayes and Jim Morrison.|
|Mark Eichhorn and Hubie Brooks.|
|Don Baylor and Tony Bernazard.|
It seems silly to build a set even partially around the concept of GWRBI. I'm glad they don't report the stat anymore, as it never seemed to make sense.