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Topps Offers First Complete Game-Used Baseball Set

2004 Topps Clubhouse Collection MLB, releasing August 25th, gets you closer to the game unlike any other product ever offered. That's because every single card in the set features a piece of an actual game-used item.

Yes, all 160 base-cards are game-used cards! There are also 3 parallel sets - Copper (#'d to 99), Black (#'d to 25) and Red (#'d 1 of 1).

And an array of inserts featuring some of the most unique relic cards ever offered in the hobby fuel this groundbreaker.

26 All-Star Appeal Baseballs - Includes pieces of game-used baseball from the 2003 All-Star Game.

26 All-Star Appeal Bases - Includes pieces of game-used base from the 2003 All-Star Game.

33 All-Star Appeal On Deck - Includes pieces of the on-deck circle from the 2003 All-Star Game.

Garrett Anderson, Gary Sheffield, Hank Blalock and Jorge Posada have autographed a limited number of these cards.

And there's more.

5 Career Legends - Includes Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron and Ernie Banks featured on multiple versions of sequentially numbered bat and jersey cards.

47 Power Pieces - Jersey cards numbered to the player's uniform number. Includes the likes of Albert Pujols, Pedro Martinez and Nolan Ryan.

48 Patch Place - Pieces of patches from game-used jerseys. Look for Alex Rodriguez, Sammy Sosa and Tom Seaver. Cards are #'d to 25.

12 Heart of the Line-up - Triple relic cards such as a Pujols/Rolen/Edmonds combo #'d to 100.

5 Double Play - Triple relic cards featuring double-play combos such as Rollins/Bell/Thome #'d to 75.

47 Frozen Ropes - Players who crush the ball like Vlad Guerrero, Manny Ramirez and Duke Snider #'d to 50.

Each pack of 2004 Topps Clubhouse Collection MLB guarantees 2 game-used cards and carries a $30 SRP.

Source: The Topps Company, Inc.
Date: August 20, 2004

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