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2001 Fleer Genuine Material Issue

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Randomly inserted into hobby packs at one in 30, this 21-card insert features game-used jersey swatches from players like Tony Gwynn and Pedro Martinez. Cards have been listed in alphabetical order for convenience. Representatives at Fleer announced that Pedro Martinez and Curt Schilling were both shortprints. Though the cards lack actual serial-numbering, it was announced that 60 copies of the Martinez card and 120 copies of the Schilling card were p… [Read More]

Randomly inserted into hobby packs at one in 30, this 21-card insert features game-used jersey swatches from players like Tony Gwynn and Pedro Martinez. Cards have been listed in alphabetical order for convenience. Representatives at Fleer announced that Pedro Martinez and Curt Schilling were both shortprints. Though the cards lack actual serial-numbering, it was announced that 60 copies of the Martinez card and 120 copies of the Schilling card were produced. A Mike Mussina card, hand-numbered in blue ink to 27 copies was releases within packs of 2005 National Pastime baseball as part of their "buyback" program. In addition, cards for Rod Carew and Tommy John were released in early 2006 as part of the ARA Fleer exchange card replacement program. This program was conducted after Fleer went bankrupt and their assets were purchased. A company named ARA was put in charge of sending out replacement cards to cinsumers that were waiting for redemption cards they had sent in when Fleer was still in business. These consumers did not receive the cards stated on the redemptions but instead got a random assortment of material - some of it of which was previously unreleased (such as the Carew and John cards). It's not known how many copies of these two cards were produced reports from dealers in the field indicate that the Carew is significantly easier to locate than the Tommy John. That's not to say the Carew is a common card by any means (given the fact it was only available through an obscure - and random - redemption process), but the Tommy John is legitimately scarce. Please note, none of these cards were printed with card numbers on back, thus we've checklisted them using the player's initials. [Collapse]

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