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Working in conjunction with Upper Deck, The New Era Cap Company issued a 30-card set at the 2004 MLB All-Star Weekend (Houston). One card representing every MLB team. Card backs gave advice to young players on how to improve their baseball skills.
 
Working in conjunction with Upper Deck, The New Era Cap Company issued a 30-card set at the 2004 MLB All-Star Weekend (Houston). One card representing every MLB team. Card backs gave advice to young players on how to improve their baseball skills.
  
 
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Sealed cellophane packs contained 4 cards - three player cards and one UD filler. 288 lucky recipients found their standard filler replaced with an Instant Win card notifying them that they had won a 2003 World Series Champion Florida Marlins AC cap
 
Sealed cellophane packs contained 4 cards - three player cards and one UD filler. 288 lucky recipients found their standard filler replaced with an Instant Win card notifying them that they had won a 2003 World Series Champion Florida Marlins AC cap
  
 
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Most card fronts were identical to Upper Deck's 2004 base issue. However, several player cards used different imagery. Notably, any base UD issue which was horizontally formatted is cropped for a vertical display. e.g. Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Johnson.
 
Most card fronts were identical to Upper Deck's 2004 base issue. However, several player cards used different imagery. Notably, any base UD issue which was horizontally formatted is cropped for a vertical display. e.g. Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Johnson.
  
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1 - Vladimir Guerrero
 
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30 - Carlos Delgado
 
30 - Carlos Delgado
  
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Latest revision as of 15:29, 3 July 2014


Description

Working in conjunction with Upper Deck, The New Era Cap Company issued a 30-card set at the 2004 MLB All-Star Weekend (Houston). One card representing every MLB team. Card backs gave advice to young players on how to improve their baseball skills.

Distribution

Sealed cellophane packs contained 4 cards - three player cards and one UD filler. 288 lucky recipients found their standard filler replaced with an Instant Win card notifying them that they had won a 2003 World Series Champion Florida Marlins AC cap

Reviews

Most card fronts were identical to Upper Deck's 2004 base issue. However, several player cards used different imagery. Notably, any base UD issue which was horizontally formatted is cropped for a vertical display. e.g. Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Johnson.

Insertion Ratios

Cards Total Cards Numbered To Odds
Base 30 - 3:1
Instant Winner 1 288 ?

Checklist

1 - Vladimir Guerrero

2 - Randy Johnson

3 - Chipper Jones

4 - Miguel Tejada

5 - Nomar Garciaparra

6 - Mark Prior

7 - Frank Thomas

8 - Ken Griffey Jr.

9 - C.C Sabathia

10 - Todd Helton

11 - Ivan Rodriguez

12 - Josh Beckett

13 - Roger Clemens

14 - Carlos Beltran

15 - Eric Gagne

16 - Ben Sheets

17 - Torii Hunter

18 - Livan Hernandez

19 - Mike Piazza

20 - Derek Jeter

21 - Eric Chavez

22 - Jim Thome

23 - Craig Wilson

24 - Brian Giles

25 - Jason Schmidt

26 - Ichiro

27 - Albert Pujols

28 - Rocco Baldelli

29 - Hank Blalock

30 - Carlos Delgado