2009 Upper Deck Icons Baseball gives an insert, parallel, Lettermen, memorabilia card or autograph card in each pack.
2009 Upper Deck Icons Baseball Box Break:
- Five serial-numbered inserts and parallels per box, on average!
- Two Lettermen cards per box, on average!
- Two Memorabilia cards per box, on average!
- One Signature card per box on average!
Topps announces the player redeemable for the 2009 Topps Finest Baseball Redemption # 1 is Matt LaPorta, Outfield, Cleveland Indians.
Throughout the 2009 Major League Baseball season, Topps will announce the subjects for the 10-card Rookie Redemption set. Each Master Box of Topps Finest includes one Rookie Redemption. In addition, collectors can also find redemptions for Refractor (#’d to 199) and Gold Refractor (#’d to 50) versions.
Stay tuned for Rookie Redemption # 2!
- Matt LaPorta, Outfield, Cleveland Indians
Here is a preview of the 2009 Upper Deck MLB Ballpark Collection baseball cards.
There will be three memorabilia cards or one autograph and two memorabilia cards per pack. Each pack will contain one dual memorabilia card and one quad memorabilia card, while there will be cards with as many as eight memorabilia pieces embedded into them. Each four-pack box will include two autographed cards.
2009 Upper Deck MLB Ballpark Collection Base Cards
Piece of History 500 Club Quad Memorabilia
Career Legacy Triple Reggie Jackson
UD Spokesman – Woods, Jordan and Jeter
Dual Swatch Memorabilia
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Guest Article by Topher aka Christopher Lawson
SUCCESS! (If you call nearly killing your wife to miss both Mauer and Morneau a success, anyway…)
This was my first year at a Twins Fest. Or is it TwinsFest? Well, either way, it was my first. Being the loving, caring, giving husband that I am, and because she is supposedly the bigger Twins fan; I invited my wife to come along. Yes, yes, I know. Husband of the year and the likes! You don’t need to tell me twice. But you’re certainly more than welcome to!
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Article by Karine Hains, Editor-In-Chief
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