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Fan Favorites Returns

Gary Carter Card Fan Favorites Baseball burst onto the hobby scene last year and was immediately embraced by Topps collectors spanning all generations.

The historic baseball card company added a whole new twist to its popular "retro" line of products by fusing classic Topps designs with never-before-seen photography from the Topps photo archives.

And this year, Topps again dug deep into its photo-rich vault to reveal unused photography of some of baseball’s most cherished personalities. From Mookie Wilson and Ray Knight of the beloved 1986 Miracle Mets to greats Hank Aaron and Willie Mays, they are all captured in Fan Favorites. Topps also pays homage to off-the-field personalities who have helped shape the game. Yankee PA Announcer Bob Sheppard, Broadcaster Joe Buck and Sy Berger, famed Topps executive considered to be the inventor of the modern day baseball card, are just a few names that fans of our National Pastime have endeared.

And of the 150 subjects appearing in the base set, 120 are signing autographs. That’s right, every box guarantees two autographed cards from the likes of "Hammerin" Hank Aaron, "Say Hey" Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Frank Robinson, Rod Carew, Robin Yount, Reggie Jackson, Paul Molitor and many more.

The 150-card base set will also feature a Chrome Refractor Parallel (#’d to 299) and each box will include one Relic box-loader from either the "Best Seat in the House" or "Fan Favorites" program.

2004 Topps Fan Favorites, releasing June 7, carries a $5.00 SRP for each 6-card pack.

Source: The Topps Company, Inc.
Date: April 21, 2004

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