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  • 2008 Playoff Contenders is a 130-card set released February 9th, 2009. Patterned after ...yers selected in the 2008 MLB Draft, and other prospects. Like all Donruss-Playoff products of the period, it is not licensed by either MLB Properties or the
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  • #REDIRECT [[2011-12 Playoff Contenders]]
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  • 2005 Playoff Prestige is a 200-card set released in March, 2005. A typical 24-pack Hobb |Playoff Champions Combos||120||-||1:93||1:93
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  • 2011-12 Playoff Contenders is a 50-card set released to brick-and-mortar Hobby stores on Fe |Season Tickets Playoff Ticket||50||99||?
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  • 2011-12 Playoff Prime Cuts was released by Panini in April 2012. Each pack/box contains fi SELECT num,player FROM cards WHERE (year = 2011) AND (setname = 'Playoff Prime Cuts');
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  • 2003 Playoff Portraits is a 144-card, all painted, set released exclusively to Hobby out Similar to other Donruss-Playoff sets of the era, one 2003 Playoff Portraits Sample card was inserted into each copy of the October, 2003 issu
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  • ...e reprints of base cards and inserts from previously released 2002 Donruss-Playoff baseball card sets.. SELECT num,player,info FROM cards WHERE (year = 2002) AND (setname = 'Donruss Playoff ALCS Program');
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  • 2002 Playoff Piece of the Game is a 100-card set released in November, 2002. Each six-c https://img.comc.com/i/Baseball/2002/Playoff-Piece-of-the-Game---Base/10/Greg-Maddux.jpg?id=3718f747-2ac2-4af8-ac01-db90
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  • 2003 Playoff Prestige is a 210 card set released in two series. The first 200 cards wer One 2003 Playoff Prestige Sample card was inserted into each copy of the July, 2003 issue of
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  • 2003 Playoff Piece of the Game is a 179-card, all game-used memorabilia set released exc SELECT num,player,info,serial FROM cards WHERE (year = 2003) AND (setname = 'Playoff Piece of the Game')
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  • 2004 Playoff Prestige is a 200-card set released in March, 2004. Each 24-pack Hobby box SELECT num,player,info FROM cards WHERE (year = 2004) AND (setname = 'Playoff Prestige');
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  • The one and only Playoff Honors set was released in July, 2004. The 250-card set features a 50-card SELECT num,player,info,serial FROM cards WHERE (year = 2004) AND (setname = 'Playoff Honors') AND (num < 201);
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  • ...-Playoff baseball products: [[2004 Leaf]], [[2004 Playoff Honors]], [[2004 Playoff Prestige]], and [[2004 Studio]]. * Playoff Honors: Blue (serial-numbered to 250 copies), Blue Number (serial-numbered
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  • ...100-card game-used memorabilia set randomly inserted in four 2003 Donruss-Playoff baseball brands. There are five different versions of each of the 100-card https://img.comc.com/i/Baseball/2003/Playoff-Prestige---Player-Collection-Materials/LABE/Lance-Berkman.jpg?id=18d24195-a
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  • 2003 Timeless Treasures is a 100-card set released by Donruss-Playoff in July, 2003. Each four-card tin contains three base cards or parallels, [[Category:Donruss-Playoff]]
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  • ...Buybacks (which feature autographs from previous released Donruss, Donruss-Playoff, and Panini products that have been repurchased, then autographed by the pl
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  • Playoff revived the Diamond Kings as an insert in 2001, and issued a stand-alone DK
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  • ...cle's bankruptcy for their 2000 Finest Dreamcast insert. Further, Donruss-Playoff (which bought Pinnacle Brands' assets in 1998 after their bankruptcy) reviv
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  • Both the Elite inserts and the Elite brand were both resurrected by Playoff in 2001, and have remained an annual Hobby staple ever since.
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  • ...tract. Previous to this agreement, Upper Deck (as well as Pacific, Donruss-Playoff and Fleer) had to wait for a player to join his team's 40-man roster. In th
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  • ...After going bankrupt, it's remaining trading card assets were purchased by Playoff, Inc -- which now does business as [[Panini America]]. ...icense to issue successful sets under old Donruss names of Elite and Leaf. Playoff applied for but were denied a license for two-and-a-half years to print bas
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  • ...Dodgers. (Robinson's "rookie card" was issued in the 1948 Leaf set). When Playoff revived the Leaf name in 2002, they continued this tradition.
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  • ...nds went bankrupt in the Summer of 1998, and the first product released by Playoff since acquiring an MLB/MLBPA license in February 2001. ...cur until October, 2001 as Donruss-Playoff was chosen by the then owner of Playoff.
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  • ...n Draft Picks & Prospects]] brand. Donruss Elite Extra Edition was Donruss-Playoff's designated product, while [[2004 Hot Prospects Draft|Hot Prospects Draft] ...st 150 cards in the base set (the subset featuring active players) Donruss-Playoff essentially recycled the base set of Donruss Elite going as far as using th
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  • 2008 Playoff Contenders is a 130-card set released February 9th, 2009. Patterned after ...yers selected in the 2008 MLB Draft, and other prospects. Like all Donruss-Playoff products of the period, it is not licensed by either MLB Properties or the
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  • ...to-mid 2000s and not previously known to have been used by Topps. Donruss-Playoff/Panini has never produced a certified autograph of Cano.
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  • ...handful of subsets can be found in the form of league leaders (#'s 61-72), playoff highlights (#'s 195-202), World Series highlights (#'s 305-310), and All-St 196 NL Playoff Game 2
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  • |Season Tickets Playoff Ticket||99||15||- |College Ticket Autographs Playoff Ticket||48||15||?
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  • ...a year of great change in the baseball card landscape. [[Donruss|Donruss-Playoff]] had lost its license to produce Major League Baseball cards. [[Fleer]] w
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  • |Draft Ticket Autographs Playoff Ticket||81||15||? |International Ticket Autographs Playoff Ticket||7||15||?
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  • ...83-card set released October 22nd, 2008. Being that, at the time, Donruss-Playoff had neither a Major League Baseball nor an MLBPA license, the product featu [[Category:Donruss-Playoff]]
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  • ...ers selected in the 2008 MLB Draft, and other prospects. Like all Donruss-Playoff products of the period, it is not licensed by either MLB Properties or the [[Category:Donruss-Playoff]]
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  • ...t released November 30th, 2007. This product marked the return of Donruss-Playoff to the baseball market after the company lost its MLB/MLBPA licenses in 200 [[Category:Donruss-Playoff]]
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  • ...then an unlikely savior appeared in the form of football card manufacturer Playoff, who purchased what was left of Pinnacle through a bankruptcy court.
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