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2001 SP Legendary Cuts was the first basebal card set in the SP Legendary Cuts line of products from Upper Deck. The set had a profound impact on the hobby.

DistributionEdit

Base SetEdit

2001 SP Leg Cuts Base 069

The 90-card base focuses entirely on retired legends. Many of them are in the Hall of Fame. This would be one of the only years that there were no short printed cards in the base set.

Key CardsEdit

The Ruth is the most valuable card in terms of book value but virtually all the players are well collected.

Parallel SetsEdit

No parallels sets here, the focus was entirely on the base set and inserts.

InsertsEdit

AutographsEdit

The first extensive Cut Sigs set in baseball card history. This 86 card sets features autographs from legends long since passed, including players like Cap Anson, Hack Wilson, Walter Johnson, Joe DiMaggio and Roger Maris. These cards were seeded 1 per case. Leading this to be one of the first sets that needed to be purchased by the case to maximize value.

Debut Game BatEdit

A 35 card set that was seeded 3 per 2 boxes, this set game used bat chips from retired star players. Some cards are believed to be in higher quantity based on box breaks while others are believed to be short prints. The Joe Jackson card is particularly noteworthy.

Game BatEdit

2001 SP Leg Cuts Bat CF

A 35 card set that was seeded 3 per 2 boxes, this set game used bat chips from retired star players. Some cards are believed to be in higher quantity based on box breaks while others are believed to be short prints. This set included Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, and Mickey Mantle.

Game Bat CombosEdit

A 25 card set featuring a bat chip from two different players who are connected in Baseball history. The cards are each serial numbered to 25 copies. The Hank Aaron/Babe Ruth card is notable as it is one of only 7 cards that have both Ruth and Aaron on the same card.

Game JerseyEdit

2001 SP Leg Cuts Jer BM

A 35 card set that was seeded 3 per 2 boxes, included game used jersey swatches from retired star players. Some cards are believed to be in higher quantity based on box breaks while others are believed to be short prints.

Other InformationEdit

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