Kenner Baseball Starting Line-up Checklist

Kenner first debuted the MLB Starting Lineup Baseball Figures in 1988 by releasing a 124 player set, a 5 player stand and a mail in baseball and each team had at least four players in the set.

Kenner also distributed the players to stores generally by geographical region, so it was virtually impossible to complete the collection or find players from out of market.

Due to the large quantities of Starting figures produced many of the figures became red tagged items and can still be bought on eBay and other secondary markets for as little as a few bucks however some of the more highly sought after can sell for hundreds of dollars, so it’s important to know what you’re looking for.

DISCLAIMER

All prices are for informational purposes only and are NOT a solicitation or offer to buy any of the items quoted.

When researching for this guide I used many different online and offline retailers, auction sites, and magazines. Many of these sources date back to pre-2000.

As a result, many of the prices are out of date and are here to give you an idea of which figures are the rarest and more sought after.

Also, as with prices of stocks and shares, the prices of these figures are in constant flux, and what sells for $100 today could sell for $25 or $1000 tomorrow.

To get a more accurate idea of the value of your figures please check my videos on how to grade and value your action figures.

How to Value Your Action Figures
How to Grade Your Action Figures

Abbreviations Key

E= Exclusive DD= Diamond Distributors EB= Electric Boutique FAO= FAO Schwarz JC= JC Penny KB= Kay Bee Toys KM= K-Mart SDCC= San Diego Comic Con TF= Toy Fare TG= Target TR = Tower Records TRU = Toys R Us WM= Wall Mart WWC= Wizard World Chicago

Kenner Baseball Starting Line-up Checklist