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Upper Deck’s next SP Legendary Cuts will include heavy dose of T206 legends

By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor

When the latest edition of SP Legendary Cuts arrives from Upper Deck later this year, the product will be packing what is perhaps the biggest checklist of cut autographs of players who appeared in the landmark T206 card set.

This according to Beckett alum, baseball connoisseur and Upper Deck brand manager Grant Sandground.

“This product features 28 players that were featured in the famous T206 set as follows,” Sandground wrote. “It’s probably the largest accumulation of T206 signers ever compiled.”

It’s a crop that includes Frank “Home Run” Baker of Philadelphia Athletics fame, Chick Gandil of Chicago Black Sox shame and a few other guys you might have heard of, including Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson and Cy Young.

See the list of names after the jump. Get a bit more detail about the product here.
Home Run Baker
Chief Bender
Al Bridwell
Donie Bush
Eddie Cicotte
Fred Clarke
Ty Cobb
Eddie Collins
Sam Crawford
Larry Doyle
Elmer Flick
Chick Gandil
Clark Griffith
Walter Johnson
Davy Jones
Nap Lajoie
Tommy Leach
Lefty Leifield
Rube Marquard
George McBride
Freddy Parent
Fred Snodgrass
Tris Speaker
Honus Wagner
Zack Wheat
Doc White
Cy Young
Heinie Zimmerman

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

4 Comments

steve

its too bad that Chick isnt still alive….he & Richard have a lot in common

Posted April 27, 2011 at 6:53 pm | Permalink
bigguy219

Unfortunately without the licensing rights to use photos of the players, they’ll be rather bland and uninteresting. Also, the cuts are never as clean and fresh in the packs as they are on the sell sheet.

Posted April 28, 2011 at 2:35 am | Permalink
Brian Schumacher

Will they actually list the cut auto’s that all but the fortunate few will get…You know the ones that will book for $15-$20 after you shelled out $200 for a pack.

Posted April 28, 2011 at 8:47 am | Permalink

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