I suppose if you call a set Triple Play, then its ok to just have three years worth of cards. The 1994 set was the third and final Triple Play set. Originally designed for the budget collectors, aka kids; the 1994 set seems to be getting away from that. The cards now feature a borderless design and are glossy too. The set size was upped a bit too, from 264 to 300.
As in 1993, the number of Cubs in the set was only ten. In fact, each team had only ten players (280 cards) and then there were 17 rookies and a couple checklists. The Cubs got shut out of the rookie list.
With dirt flying, Sandberg is making a play on some unknown Expo.
Sammy's chugging around the bases.
Rick Wilkins takes a home run trot.
....and the rest.
Tomorrow I'll take a look at some mistakes I found in the Triple Play set.