When I was growing up in the late '60s - early '70s, there were three main bread brands that I can recall, Wonder, Butternut, and Holsum. We were generally a Holsum family, with their bright orange bread wrappers.
I can also recall their TV commercials, with the jingle "H - O - L - S - U - M, Let's be friends!"
Fast forward to the late '80s - early '90s. I was no longer a kid. I was a husband, dad of two, and a teacher. My family wasn't a Holsum family. We were a "whatever was cheapest" family. So I missed out that Holsum joined the baseball collection frenzy of the time.
For three years, from 1989 to 1991 they put out a 20 player Star Discs set. The set was made by MSA, the company that made discs for Wiffle, Burger Chef, and a whole bunch of other companies in the late '70s.
The Holsum discs have a diameter of just 2 3/4". Like all the other MSA discs, these were licensed only by the players, so all of the logos are gone.
The Cubs landed one player on each of the checklists
Mark Grace was the Cubs 1989 representative.
The 1990 discs were splashier than the 1989 version, and much better looking in my opinion. MSA discs were typically pretty boring looking, so this is a step up.