Happy Halloween! No tricks here, just some treats of the cardboard kind!
Fleer cards from the start of the 21st century are always slightly surprising when they appear in job lots (like most of these did for me), mainly because they released a large number of sets that only lasted for a year. In 2000 they released a range called "Gamers". That's a term that's become far more common in the intervening twenty years and it feels odd that the Gamers range isn't linked to computer games.
It was a reasonably pricey range ($3.99 for 5 cards) and had lots of bat relics to collect. It also had short printed rookie cards and a 15-card insert series dedicated to Cal Ripken Jr. There were two other 15-card insert series as well and Tony had a card in each.
Card Number 447: Fleer Gamers, 2000; #90
Tony's base card in the set. I think this does look like the cover of a computer game.
Card Number 448: Fleer Gamers, 2000; #120
The last 10 cards in the set were players in the "Fame Game" (whatever that was). Tony actually had the final card in the set, #120.
Card Number 449: Fleer Gamers, 2000; #10CG
"Change the Game" was one of the 15-card insert series, along with "Dominators". Tony actually had a card in both series.
This card is a shiny foilboard that scans blue. I like the effect.
Fleer have added the year under their logo as well, which gets this card a bonus point, but otherwise there is very little to make this card stand out.
Total: 450 cards