2002 Topps American Pie

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Description

2002 Topps American Pie is a 150-card set released in May, 2002. Dubbed the "Spirit of America Edition," the checklist features a mix of retired baseball players, celebrities, and historical events. There are no active players in the set, and as such, is not licensed by the MLBPA.

Distribution

24 packs per box, seven cards per pack.

Reviews

Insertion Ratios

Cards Total Cards Numbered To Hobby Odds Retail Odds
Base 150 - ? ?
Sluggers 25 - one-per-pack one-per-pack
Entertainment Buybacks 35 100 1:119 1:308
Through the Years Relics 26 - 1:32 1:58
First Pitch Seat Relics 16 - 1:32 1:56
Piece of American Pie 10 - varies varies

Checklist

Base Set

1 Warren Spahn

2 Reggie Jackson

3 Bill Mazeroski

4 Carl Yastrzemski

5 Whitey Ford

6 Ralph Houk

7 Rod Carew

8 Kirk Gibson

9 Bobby Thomson

10 Don Newcombe

11 Gaylord Perry

12 Bruce Sutter

13 Bob Gibson

14 Brooks Robinson

15 Steve Carlton

16 Robin Yount

17 Ernie Banks

18 Lou Brock

19 Al Kaline

20 Carlton Fisk

21 Frank Robinson

22 Bobby Bonds

23 Andre Dawson

24 Goose Gossage

25 Fred Lynn

26 Keith Hernandez

27 Rollie Fingers

28 Juan Marichal

29 Maury Wills

30 Dave Winfield

31 Frank Howard

32 Tony Gwynn

33 Jim Palmer

34 Mike Schmidt

35 Bo Jackson

36 Fergie Jenkins

37 Bobby Richardson

38 Harmon Killebrew

39 Monte Irvin

40 Jim Abbott

41 Wade Boggs

42 Jackie Robinson

43 Ralph Branca

44 Minnie Minoso

45 Tug McGraw

46 Willie Mays

47 Nolan Ryan

48 Duke Snider

49 Tom Seaver

50 Casey Stengel

51 D-Day

52 Gulf War

53 Vietnam War

54 Korean War

55 Secret Service

56 Crayons

57 Hoover Dam

58 Penicillin

59 Polio Vaccine

60 Empire State Building

61 Television

62 Duke Ellington

63 Voyager Mission

64 Space Shuttle

65 Ellis Island

66 Statue Of Liberty

67 Battle Of The Bulge

68 Battle Of Midway

69 Iwo Jima

70 Panama Canal

71 Lindbergh

71 Spirit Of St. Louis

72 Civil Rights

72 We Shall Overcome

73 Space Race

74 Alaska Pipeline

75 Teddy Bear

76 Seabiscuit

77 Bazooka Joe

78 Mt. Rushmore

79 Yellowstone Park

80 Niagara Falls

81 Grand Canyon

82 Hoola Hoop

83 George Patton

84 Florence Griffith Joyner

85 Amelia Earhart

86 Glen Miller

87 Rick Monday

88 Buzz Aldrin

89 Rosa Parks

90 Edward R. Murrow

91 Susan B. Anthony

92 Bobby Kennedy

93 Gloria Steinem

94 Hank Greenberg

95 Jimmy Doolittle

96 Thurgood Marshall

97 Ernest Hemingway

98 Henry Ford

99 Wright Brothers

100 Thomas Edison

101 Albert Einstein

102 Will Rogers

103 George Gershwin

104 Irving Berlin

105 Frank Lloyd Wright

106 Howard Hughes

107 George M. Cohan

108 Jack Kerouac

109 Harry Houdini

110 Helen Keller

111 John McCain

112 Andrew Carnegie

113 Sandra Day O'Connor

114 Brooklyn Bridge

115 Douglas MacArthur

116 Elvis Presley

117 George Burns

118 Judy Garland

119 Buddy Holly

120 Don McLean

121 Marilyn Monroe

122 Humphrey Bogart

123 Gary Cooper

124 The Andrews Sisters

125 Jim Thorpe

126 Joe Louis

127 Jesse Owens

128 Kate Smith

129 W.C. Fields

130 Bette Davis

131 Jayne Mansfield

132 William McKinley

133 Teddy Roosevelt

134 William Taft

135 Woodrow Wilson

136 Warren Harding

137 Calvin Coolidge

138 Herbert Hoover

139 Franklin D. Roosevelt

140 Harry Truman

141 Dwight Eisenhower

142 John F. Kennedy

143 Lyndon B. Johnson

144 Richard Nixon

145 Gerald Ford

146 Jimmy Carter

147 Ronald Reagan

148 George H.W. Bush

149 Bill Clinton

150 George W. Bush


Inserts

Sluggers

Each pack contained one Sluggers insert. There are four different color parallels for each card (Blue, Gold, Red, and Silver); however, all four colors were produced in equal quantities.

1 Rod Carew

2 Brooks Robinson

3 Mike Schmidt

4 Carlton Fisk

5 Reggie Jackson

6 Carl Yastrzemski

7 Kirk Gibson

8 Al Kaline

9 Frank Robinson

10 Fred Lynn

11 Dave Winfield

12 Harmon Killebrew

13 Monte Irvin

14 Willie Mays

15 Duke Snider

16 George Foster

17 Joe Carter

18 Eddie Mathews

19 George Brett

20 Frank Howard

21 Andre Dawson

22 Ted Kluszewski

23 Ryne Sandberg

24 Jack Clark

25 Cecil Cooper


Entertainment Buybacks

Each Entertainment Buyback is a card from a previously-released Topps non-sport set, hit with a special foil stamp, and serial-numbered to 100 copies.

Alien

Back to the Future

Beatles

Beverly Hillbillies

Charlies Angels

Close Encounters

Creature Feature

Elvis

E.T.

Grease

Happy Days

JFK

Jurassic Park

Kung Fu

Look and See

Man from UNCLE

Lost in Space

MOD Squad

Buck Rodgers

Man On The Moon

Zorro

Welcome Back Kotter

TV Westerns

Superman Movie

Superman TV

Star Trek Movie

U.S. Presidents

Star Trek TV

Rocky

Soupy Sales

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Partridge Family

Planet of the Apes

Mork and Mindy

Monster Laffs


Autographs & Game-Used

Through the Years Relics

First Pitch Seat Relics

Each card features a piece of a stadium seat from a ballpark where the pictured President once threw out a ceremonial first pitch.

BC Bill Clinton

CC Calvin Coolidge

DE Dwight Eisenhower

FDR Franklin D. Roosevelt

GF Gerald Ford

GHWB George H.W. Bush

GWB George W. Bush

HH Herbert Hoover

HT Harry Truman

JFK John F. Kennedy

RN Richard Nixon

RR Ronald Reagan

WH Warren Harding

WT William Taft

WW Woodrow Wilson

LBJ Lyndon B. Johnson


Piece of American Pie

The odds of each Piece of American Pie Relic varies as such.

  • Humphrey Bogart's Scarf: 1:1074
  • George Burns's Coat: 1:680
  • Gary Cooper's Scarf: 1:414
  • Bette Davis's Jacket: 1:680
  • Judy Garland's Scarf: 1:680
  • Jayne Mansfield's Pants: 1:680
  • Marilyn Monroe's Dress: 1:684
  • Elvis Presley's Coat: 1:684
  • Elvis Presley's Shirt: 1:684
  • Ronald Reagan Piece of the Berlin Wall: 1:675

BD Bette Davis

EP2 Elvis Presley

RR Ronald Reagan Wall

MM Marilyn Monroe Dress

JM Jayne Mansfield Shirt

JD Judy Garland Scarf

HB H.Bogart Handkerchief

GC Gary Cooper Scarf

GB George Burns Coat

EP Elvis Presley Army Shirt