I know that when a lot of baseball card collectors hear the word "Donruss," they think of late 80's/early 90's overproduction at its finest/worst, and that's fair. But unlike other companies of the era, like Score for example, I feel that Donruss got a lot better once it got out of that era. Granted Donruss usually had Leaf to pull it up in my mind (Leaf produced one of my all time favorite sets in 1995), but Donruss always did well for me too. Nice enough base, nice enough inserts, and when autos and relics became all the rage they did those nicely as well. So it's a shame to see them gone these days, as I always preferred these guys to the Topps brand for one reason or another.
Today's Michael Bishop card, from the lot I purchased from that guy,, is #189 from the 1999 Donruss set. Possibly not everyone's cup of tea, but I like the look of this one. Here ya go:
Here's the back: