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1989 Bowman #210 Harold Reynolds NM-MT Seattle Mariners Baseball Card

1989 Bowman #210 Harold Reynolds NM-MT Seattle Mariners Baseball Card

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The 1989 Bowman #210 Harold Reynolds NM-MT Seattle Mariners Baseball Card is a highly sought-after collectible for sports enthusiasts and avid baseball card collectors alike. This stunning card features Harold Reynolds, a former second baseman who played for the Seattle Mariners. Known for his exceptional fielding skills and base stealing abilities, Reynolds was a key player for the Mariners during the late 80s and early 90s. The card itself is in near-mint to mint condition, ensuring its value and overall aesthetic appeal. It showcases a close-up image of Reynolds in his iconic Mariners uniform, capturing his intense focus and determination on the field. The 1989 Bowman design is renowned for its simplicity and elegance, with clean lines and vivid colors that make the card visually striking. The backside provides detailed player statistics and biographical information, adding to the card's appeal for fans and collectors wanting to learn more about Reynolds' career and achievements. This baseball card is a perfect addition to any vintage baseball card collection, as it holds significant historical value and celebrates the talent and legacy of one of the Seattle Mariners' standout players. Whether you're an avid collector or a fan of Harold Reynolds and the Mariners, this 1989 Bowman card is a must-have item that encapsulates the excitement and nostalgia of Major League Baseball during the late 80s.