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1994 Flair was a 450 card set produced by Fleer. Series One featured cards 1-250 and Series Two featured cards 251-450 in the base set. The design was similar to the previous year's set. Each card was printed of 24-point thick cardstock, with three additional points of UV gloss on each side; making it twice as thick as a traditional standard card.
The order forms for the Series Two was submitted at around the same time that the 1994 MLB Players strike commenced. For years, it was thought that Series Two boxes were produced in much smaller quantities than Fleer originally intended. However, shortly after Alex Rodriguez was acquired by the New York Yankees in 2004, a large number of Series Two boxes mysteriously emerged in the market.
The cards in the base set were grouped alphabetically by team within each league, with the AL preceding the NL. Notable rookie cards included Chan Ho Park and Alex Rodriguez. An Aaron Sele promo card was distributed to dealers and hobby media to preview the product.
Previous Sets of the Month2004 SPx - 1998 Topps Stars - 2003 Flair - 2012 Topps Heritage - 2000 Black Diamond Rookie Edition - 2004 Skybox LE - 2005 Topps Pristine Legends - 1987 Leaf - 2000 Pacific Invincible - 2005 Timeless Treasures - 1987 K-Mart - 2000 Ultimate Victory - 2009 Ultimate Collection - 2004 Topps Traded & Rookies - 2005 SP Authentic - 1993 Donruss - 1997 Collector's Choice Teams
2021 Bowman Chrome was released September 22nd with a 100-card base set supplemented by a 100-card Prospects set. Each 12-pack Hobby box will yield a pair of autographs.
For the fourth consecutive year, HTA Choice boxes are available which contain three autographs and nothing else. New for 2021 are Hobby Lite boxes which do not guarantee an autograph.
2021 Topps Pro Debut is a 200-card Minor League set released August 25th. Each 24-pack Hobby box will yield four autographs.
2021 Panini Immaculate was released August 20th. All cards in the product are either autographs or game-used cards. Each six-card box is expected to yield four autographs and two game-used cards.
2021 Topps Chrome was released August 20th. Each Hobby box will yield two autographs, ten inserts and 12 Refractors while each Jumbo box will have five autos and twelve Refractors.
2021 Panini Prizm is a 250-card set released August 13th. Each 12-card Hobby pack will contain one Prizm parallel and one insert. Every fourth Hobby pack will yield an autograph.
2021 Topps Allen & Ginter is a 350-card set, released the week of August 11th. As usual, each 24-pack Hobby box will include three of the following: Autographs, Relics, Rip Cards, or A&G Originals.
2021 Topps Luminaries was released August 11th. Each box contains one autographed card serial-numbered to 20 copies or fewer.
2021 Topps Gypsy Queen is a 321-card set released July 16th -- delayed four months from its usual March release. Each 24-pack Hobby box will yield two autographs.
2021 Topps Museum Collection is a 100-card set released July 14th. Each pack will contain either an autograph or a relic. Each four-pack box will yield the following:
2021 Topps Diamond Icons was released July 7th. Each ten-card box will contain: one Relic, seven autographs, and a pair of autographed Relics. Every other box will yield a cut signature. All cards are serial-numbered to 25 copies or fewer.
2021 Select was released June 30th. As with the previous year's product, all cards are printed on chromium stock. The 250-card base set is fractured into three levels.
Each 12-pack Hobby box will yield three Prizm parallels, five inserts, two autographs, and two game-used cards.
2021 Stadium Club is a 300-card set released June 23rd. Each 16-pack Hobby box will yield a pair of autographs.
2021 Absolute is a 175-card set released by Panini June 4th.
Each ten-card Hobby pack will yield four base cards, one parallel, two inserts, one memorabilia card, and two autographs.
2021 Finest is a 125-card set released by Topps on June 4th. Each box will yield two autographs.
2021 Topps Sterling was released May 26th. Each two-card box contains two autographed game-used cards serial-numbered to 25 copies or less with every fourth box yielding a one-of-one.
2021 Topps Transcendent Hall Of Fame was released May 12th. Only 50 boxes were produced.
Each factory set contains the following:
One, one-of-one, Sketch Card 40 Transcendent Autographs -- two of which are ones-of-one. One, one-of-one Through the Ages Nolan Ryan and one, one-of-one Randy Johnson Autographs One, one-of-one 1956 Topps Baseball Superfractor One, one-of-one Icons Autograph One, one-of-one oversized 1989 Topps Big Framed Autograph One, one-of-one Co-Signers Autograph One, one-of-one, Oversized Cut Signature One VIP Event Invitation.
2021 Topps Tier One was released May 5th. As usual, all cards are either autographs or relics and there is no base set in the traditional sense. Each three-card box will contain two autographs and a relic.
2021 Diamond Kings was released by Panini April 28th. The base set is 170 cards with the last 70 short-printed. Each Hobby pack will contain a card from one of fifteen insert sets. In addition, each 12-pack Hobby box will yield 12 inserts, three parallels, one game-used memorabilia card, and an autograph.
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