I bought this book in 1995. To give you an idea how long ago that was, take a look at the advertiser's page.
Not a single e-mail address or URL to be found. This book and one particular advertiser on this page, helped my collection immensely.
Second row, dead center. "MINOR LEAGUE COMMONS." Those words caught my eye immediately. I instantly had to grab my touch-tone phone and make a long distance phone call.
The book had no pictures. True to its word, it was nothing more than a checklist. 670 pages of baseball players' names and all the cards they appeared on. Major League, Minor League, oddball cards found in cereal boxes,
I would use this book to find cards of players and coaches that I knew I could get
I have no idea if books like this are still even produced anymore. Not sure I'd find much use in a current edition, anyway. I do wonder if Dave Weber still sells Minor League commons, and if he has an e-mail address to be contacted at.