Just to make sure the kids didn't go a wanting in '92, Donruss released a set specifically marketed for them, and it says here that they did a great job. The fiery borders somehow work here. The player selection is ok for a 264 card set. I vaguely remember that you could put this whole set together for under $10. (That would explain why I am missing a few of these....) So despite my ragging on Donruss for their previous childish designs, it's ok to do so in my book as long as the cards are cheap and made for kids to begin with.
The 1992 Donruss Triple Play Detroit Tigers:
29 Cecil Fielder
44 Mickey Tettleton
86 Travis Fryman
99 Awesome Action Tony Phillips
100 Milt Cuyler
117 Lou Whitaker
161 Bill Gullickson
176 Alan Trammell
218 Tony Phillips
249 Frank Tanana
Now to perhaps one of the best baseball cards ever. Check out the "Awesome Action" card of Luis Polonia stealing second base on the Tigers. Now look at the second picture of the ump calling Polonia out while the ball is clearly above Phillips's head. Now look at what it says on the back of the card.
Awesome. Simply awesome. They even let the kids write up the backs too. How could anybody not like these?