1992 Pinnacle was the brand's inaugural issue and was Score's first attempt at a "premium" baseball card product. It was a 620-card set released in two 310-card series. Each base card featured a black background with white accent lines and a color player photo - this black finish was condition sensitive which made Gem Mint copies difficult to find.
Kirby Puckett was the official spokesman for the cards and appeared in a
There were 7 subsets:
'92 Rookie Prospects (52, 55, 168, 247-261, 263-280)Idols (281-286/584-591)Sidelines (287-294/592-596)Draft Picks (295-304)Shades (305-310/601-605)Grips (606-612)Technicians (614-620).
Notable players with Rookie Cards in the set were Brian Jordan, Jeff Kent and Manny Ramirez.