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Latest revision as of 22:02, 10 February 2021
2001 Upper Deck Rookie Update was released in December 2001. The product included updated and rookie cards from three previously released 2001 Upper Deck baseball brands: 2001 SP Authentic, 2001 SPx, and 2001 Sweet Spot. Each four-card pack will yield at least one base card from each of the three aforementioned sets. Each 15-pack box will yield at least one rookie card from each of the three sets serial-numbered to 1500 copies, as well as an SPx Winning Materials Update card.
15 packs plus one three-card Ichiro Rookie Tribute pack per box, four cards per pack (MSRP: $4.99).
Please set the entries for the respective products for a checklist.
Each sealed Hobby box contained a three-card pack from a special 51-card Ichiro set commemorating his ROY & MVP campaign. With the exception of card #51 which is a checklist, since all cards are of the same player, for brevity's sake we are not including a checklist.
Cards are also available in the following parallels.
- Gold (serial-numbered to 100 copies)
- Platinum (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
Ichiro Rookie Buybacks
Randomly inserted into Rookie Update packs, are 50 Ichiro rookie cards from four previously released Upper Deck products. In addition to the serial-numbering that was on the original card, each card is hand-numbered to 50 copies. The number purchased by Upper Deck is as follows.
Each card was inserted into packs in a penny sleeve with an accompanying Upper Deck Authenticated Certificate of Authenticity.
NOTE: The 2001 UD Reserve product contained a thirty-card "Prospects" subset, with each Prospect serial-numbered to 2500 copies. The 27 UD Reserve Ichiro cards used for this promotion were from this subset, however, are NOT serial-numbered. It is believed that, rather than buying back cards, UD took excess cards used for replacements. These cards were hand-numbered to 50 -- just not machine-numbered to 2500. Any collector who pulled one of the 27 UD Reserve "Buybacks" could have sent it back to Upper Deck and receive a properly numbered card.
Autographs & Game-Used
These cards are exclusive to the Ichiro Tribute pack.
All 20 cards in this set are of Ichiro, and so for brevity's sake, we are not listing a checklist. However, each card was serial-numbered to different production figures.
- Cards #BI1-#BI12 (serial-numbered to 100 copies)
- Cards #BI13-#BI17 (serial-numbered to 50 copies)
- Cards #BI18 and #BI19 (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
- Card #BI20 (one-of-one)
Just like with the Game Bat set, all 20 cards in this set are of Ichiro, and so for brevity's sake, we are not listing a checklist. However, each card was serial-numbered to different production figures.
- Cards #JI1-#JI12 (serial-numbered to 100 copies)
- Cards #JI13-#JI17 (serial-numbered to 50 copies)
- Cards #JI18 and #JI19 (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
- Card #JI20 (one-of-one)
USA Touch of Gold Autographs
This 24-card set features autographs of the Gold Medal winning 2000 USA Baseball Olympic Team. Each card was randomly inserted into Rookie Update packs and serial-numbered to 500 copies.
- AE Adam Everett
- AS Anthony Sanders
- BA Brent Abernathy
- BSE Bobby Seay
- BSH Ben Sheets
- BW Brad Wilkerson
- CG Chris George
- DM Doug Mientkiewicz
- EY Ernie Young
- JC John Cotton
- JR Jon Rauch
- KU Kurt Ainsworth
- MJ Marcus Jensen
- MK Mike Kinkade
- MN Mike Neill
- PB Pat Borders
- RF Ryan Franklin
- RK Rick Krivda
- RO Roy Oswalt
- SB Sean Burroughs
- SH Shane Heams
- TD Gookie Dawkins
- TW Todd Williams
- TY Tim Young