I think we had the tickets for four years, 1989-1992, but I can't be certain. I'm sure we didn't buy them in 1993, since I was graduating high school and going to college, we wouldn't be able to use them all. For 1990-1992, we bought the Phillies team-issued set of photo cards (I'm pretty sure that's what they called them), which are these oversized baseball cards.
I've featured some of the 1990 and 1991 cards before (here and here for 1990, and here and here for 1991), in a few posts. If you compare, they were typically action shots in 1990 and 1991, and the Phillies opted for studio shots in 1992. I never went in for Studio or similar, but I guess it was around that time that Studio debuted, and the Phils hopped on the bandwagon.
Relief pitcher Wally Ritchie had a brief career in the majors, pitching with the Phillies in 1987 and 1988, and again in 1991 and 1992. He pitched 147 big-league games total, finishing 47 of them. His career record is 6-5 with 4 saves, and a 3.14 ERA.
I think of Mariano Duncan as part of the 1990 championship Reds. He played with the Phillies, though, for all of 1992 through 1994, and part of 1995. He was one of several Phillies who hit well in the 1993 World Series, batting .345 in all 6 games. He won his second World Series, other than 1990 with the Reds, in 1996 with the Yankees.
Ruben Amaro is more famous as general manager of the Phillies than as a player, but he played in the majors between 1991 and 1998, mostly with the Phillies but also with the Angels and the Indians. He took over as general manager right after the 2008 World Series win, and they returned to lose the World Series to the Yankees in 2009, and then won two more NL East titles in 2010 and 2011. He was fired after the 2015 season.
I've been featuring oversized cards for the past many Saturdays, but I think I've run out. I think I'll perhaps start featuring mini cards instead. Thanks for reading!