1999 saw a handful of players not receive cards. Only a couple of these players spent a significant amount of time with the Red Sox, but some of them were once well-known players.
Most of the players appearing in this post are somewhat understandable. Mark Guthrie really should have appeared at some point, and Bryce Florie should have been able to appear once over the course of the three seasons he played for Boston. But the player I most wanted to appear on a card with the Red Sox is Kip Gross. Gross was one of just three former Nebraska Cornhuskers to play for Boston, and only one of them (Adam Stern) ever appeared on cardboard with Boston. Gross was also from Nebraska. It is disappointing to not be able to get Red Sox cards of a player from my home state.