Spuds is another of my supercollections and as with others like Hal Morris, I had a ton of luck attacking his wantlist thanks to Sportlots:
that voting despite a fairly similar season, oddly enough.
The first five cards in this scan are from that year and they include issues from Donruss and Fleer boxed sets, pre-RCs from Fleer and Score update sets, and a Glossy parallel of the Fleer card.
Then '89 opens with an oddball Bazooka product produced by Topps along with more Donruss and Fleer boxed set cards.
1992 Begins with Bowman and Donruss, gets interesting with a Fleer Team Leaders insert, then returns to status quo with Leaf and O-Pee-Chee Premier.
Things start to get kind of interesting again with some of the '93 stuff. Donruss, Fleer, and O-Pee-Chee are fairly pedestrian but the year gets boosted by Flair, Stadium Club (Members Only Parallel) and the much-improved Studio.
Chris' final MLB season was 1996 and fortunately for me he could be found on Fleer's outstanding matte design from that year (as well as Ultra). I also snagged one of his much more recent cardboard appearances, 2015 Stadium Club. See? Topps can do good things, they're just not in the practice of doing them regularly.
Anyway, we have a nice assortment here, starting with a '91 Fleer World Series subset (not quite as cool as Score's), plus '92 OPC and Topps Gold. Then 1994 is once again represented by Score's Select and Upper Deck (plus its not-that-great Electric Diamond parallel). 1995's Collector's Choice and its Gold Signature parallel--another one I'm glad to check off--finish us up here.
The we go all the way back to the beginning with 1988 and '89 Topps Big, plus a miniature '89 Topps Leaders. Those are followed by two '89 Panini Stickers, as well as Topps Stickers from the same year, one of which Sabo shares with AL counterpart Wade Boggs. Last and definitely least (in terms of size), I grabbed Sabos Topps Micro issues from 1991-93.
All told this added a very nice 86 items to my Sabo collection and put me at 147/210 (70%) of his checklist, a great boost.
If that's not enough Sportlots action for you this evening, please head over to TMM for a nice little after dinner mint of a football post. Either way, I'll send you off with a song: