1989 King B
One of the new licensees in 1988 for MSA was King B Snacks. Unlike most of the other licensees, King B got their own design each year. Also unlike the others, King B continued to issue these discs from 1988 all the way to 2002. Most of these discs were packaged in small, flat cans of shredded beef jerky as "King B Jerky Stuff". Get it? Jerky stuff, instead of snuff. That's what passes for humor in the processed meat snack world. In 1988, however, they were just packaged in bags as seen here in this blog post by Thorzul. As a result, it is not uncommon to find these with massive grease stains. King B issued discs for both baseball and football. I couldn't find a good photo of a baseball can, but here's a good shot of a football can from 1990:
I won't go into much detail on these 1989 MSA discs, as the information is pretty much the same as with the 1988 discs. So just enjoy the pictures.
1989 Key Food
1989 MSA Iced Tea (Super Stars)
Again, the generic "Super Stars" discs were used by a variety of regional grocery stores to help promote their store brand tea products.
1989 Our Own Tea
In 1988, Tetley Tea joined the crowd of licensees to use these generically designed discs to promote their tea products. Winfield was not in the 1988 sets, so his first Tetley disc didn't turn up until 1989.
1989 Weis Winners / Weis Markets
1989 Topps Coin
The 1987 Topps Coins set was apparently popular enough that the set continued for three more years. For whatever reason, Dave Winfield was not included in the 1988 set (which was almost identical to the 1987 set) but was brought back for the 1989 set after having a great 1988 season. In addition to being available in packs of 3 coins, in 1989 collectors could also purchase complete sets in a long, flat display case that could also fold up into an album. Today these complete sets can be had for around $10, and unopened boxes of packs for around $5-8.