In 1990 and 1991, Upper Deck released a set of Looney Tunes “Comic Ball” cards, which never sold well - for a good reason.
Not only did each card feature one frame of a story line (often a card would feature what would be a mere blip of a frame in a cartoon, which would be missed easily by blinking), the integration of MLB stars was dismal at best.
Nolan Ryan, featured here, was at the tail end of his career and Reggie Jackson, retired for four years, were the “star” players of the set. It can only be assumed that Upper Deck had major issues securing the rights to any other player at the time.
Despite what has just been said, if you find yourself greatly interested in this series, you can get a sealed box with 36 packages of 12 cards for roughly $10 on Ebay.