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DistributionEdit

Base SetEdit

The base set consists of 200 cards with no short prints or variations. The set primarily focuses on veterans with a small subset of Hall of Fame players and 22 rookie cards including Jose Reyes, Jake Peavy and Albert Pujols.

Parallel SetsEdit

There were two full parallel sets for 2001 Topps Stars. The Gold set was inserted at a rate of 1:9 packs and were serial numbered to 499 copies each. The Onyx cards were much more rare, serial numbered to 99 and inserted at a rate of 1:48 packs. There was also a partial parallel set (134 out of 200 cards) called the Elimination set, that offered a chance to win tickets to the 2002 MLB All-Star Game. These cards were not serial numbered (but stated print run of 100 copies per card) and were inserted at a rate 1:72 packs.

Elimination ParallelsEdit

Insert SetsEdit

AutographsEdit

Game Gear AutographsEdit

Game Gear BatsEdit

2001 Topps Stars GGB RSR

This 21-card card set features game used bat chips from many of baseball’s rising stars. The cards were inserted at an overall rate of 1:187 packs.





Game Gear JerseysEdit

Players Choice AwardsEdit

2001 Topps Stars PCA 10

This 10-card set features players nominated for various Players’ Choice Awards for the 2000 baseball season. Each card has three players and the cards were inserted 1:12 packs.



Players Choice Awards RelicsEdit

ProgressionEdit



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