2000 Black Diamond

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2000 Black Diamond hobby box

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Description

2000 Black Diamond is a 120-card set released by Upper Deck in December, 1999. The last 30 cards in the set (cards #91-#120) make up the "Diamond Debut" subset, and are short-printed. Despite this, there are no notable rookie cards in the product.

Distribution

Hobby: 30 packs per box, six cards per pack (MSRP: $3.99). 12 boxes per case.

Reviews

Insertion Ratios

Cards Total Cards Numbered To Hobby Odds Retail Odds
Base 120 - ? ?
short set 90 - ? ?
Diamond Debuts 30 - 1:4 1:4
Reciprocal Cut short set 90 - 1:7 1:7
Reciprocal Cut Diamond Debuts 30 - 1:12 1:12
Final Cut 120 100 ? ?
Diamonation 10 - 1:4 1:4
Diamonds in the Rough 10 - 1:9 1:9
Diamond Gallery 10 - 1:14 1:14
Diamond Might 10 - 1:14 1:14
Barrage 10 - 1:29 1:29
Constant Threat 10 - 1:29 1:29
A Piece of History 19 - 1:179 1:359
A Piece of History Double 19 - 1:1079 N/A
A Piece of History Triple 19 one-of-one ? ?
Reggie Jackson A Piece of History 500 HR Club 1 350 ? ?
Reggie Jackson A Piece of History 500 HR Club Autograph 1 44 ? ?

Checklist

Base Set

1 Darin Erstad

2 Tim Salmon

3 Mo Vaughn

4 Matt Williams

5 Travis Lee

6 Randy Johnson

7 Tom Glavine

8 Chipper Jones

9 Greg Maddux

10 Andruw Jones

11 Brian Jordan

12 Cal Ripken, Jr.

13 Albert Belle

14 Mike Mussina

15 Nomar Garciaparra

16 Troy O'Leary

17 Pedro Martinez

18 Sammy Sosa

19 Henry Rodriguez

20 Frank Thomas

21 Magglio Ordonez

22 Greg Vaughn

23 Barry Larkin

24 Sean Casey

25 Jim Thome

26 Kenny Lofton

27 Roberto Alomar

28 Manny Ramirez

29 Larry Walker

30 Todd Helton

31 Gabe Kapler

32 Tony Clark

33 Dean Palmer

34 Cliff Floyd

35 Alex Gonzalez

36 Moises Alou

37 Jeff Bagwell

38 Craig Biggio

39 Richard Hidalgo

40 Carlos Beltran

41 Johnny Damon

42 Adrian Beltre

43 Gary Sheffield

44 Kevin Brown

45 Jeromy Burnitz

46 Jeff Cirillo

47 Joe Mays

48 Todd Walker

49 Vladimir Guerrero

50 Michael Barrett

51 Rickey Henderson

52 Mike Piazza

53 Robin Ventura

54 John Olerud

55 Edgardo Alfonzo

56 Derek Jeter

57 Orlando Hernandez

58 Tino Martinez

59 Bernie Williams

60 Roger Clemens

61 Eric Chavez

62 Ben Grieve

63 Jason Giambi

64 Scott Rolen

65 Bob Abreu

66 Curt Schilling

67 Mike Lieberthal

68 Warren Morris

69 Brian Giles

70 Eric Owens

71 Tony Gwynn

72 Reggie Sanders

73 Barry Bonds

74 J.T. Snow

75 Jeff Kent

76 Ken Griffey, Jr.

77 Alex Rodriguez

78 Edgar Martinez

79 Jay Buhner

80 Mark McGwire

81 J.D. Drew

82 Eric Davis

83 Fernando Tatis

84 Wade Boggs

85 Fred McGriff

86 Juan Gonzalez

87 Ivan Rodriguez

88 Rafael Palmeiro

89 Shawn Green

90 Carlos Delgado


Diamond Debuts

91 Pat Burrell DD

92 Eric Munson DD

93 Jorge Toca DD

94 Rick Ankiel DD

95 Tony Armas DD

96 Byung-Hyun Kim DD

97 Alfonso Soriano DD

98 Mark Quinn DD

99 Ryan Rupe DD

100 Adam Kennedy DD

101 Jeff Weaver DD

102 Ramon Ortiz DD

103 Eugene Kingsale DD

104 Josh Beckett DD

105 Eric Gagne DD

106 Peter Bergeron DD

107 Erubiel Durazo DD

108 Chad Meyers DD

109 Kip Wells DD

110 Chad Harville DD

111 Matt Riley DD

112 Ben Petrick DD

113 Ed Yarnall DD

114 Calvin Murray DD

115 Vernon Wells DD

116 A.J. Burnett DD

117 Jacque Jones DD

118 Francisco Cordero DD

119 Tomo Ohka DD

120 Julio Ramirez DD


Parallels

Reciprocal Cut

Each of the 120 base cards are available in a Reciprocal Cut parallel. In this set, each card is die-cut and his their images reversed, with the front image on the back and vice versa. There is also a Final Cut parallel, which is serial-numbered to 100 copies.

Inserts

Diamonation

D1 Ken Griffey, Jr.

D2 Randy Johnson

D3 Mark McGwire

D4 Manny Ramirez

D5 Scott Rolen

D6 Bernie Williams

D7 Roger Clemens

D8 Mo Vaughn

D9 Frank Thomas

D10 Sean Casey


Diamonds in the Rough

R1 Pat Burrell

R2 Eric Munson

R3 Alfonso Soriano

R4 Ruben Mateo

R5 A.J. Burnett

R6 Ben Davis

R7 Lance Berkman

R8 Ed Yarnall

R9 Rick Ankiel

R10 Ryan Bradley


Diamond Gallery

G1 Derek Jeter

G2 Alex Rodriguez

G3 Nomar Garciaparra

G4 Cal Ripken, Jr.

G5 Sammy Sosa

G6 Tony Gwynn

G7 Mark McGwire

G8 Roger Clemens

G9 Greg Maddux

G10 Pedro Martinez


Diamond Might

M1 Ken Griffey, Jr.

M2 Mark McGwire

M3 Sammy Sosa

M4 Manny Ramirez

M5 Jeff Bagwell

M6 Frank Thomas

M7 Mike Piazza

M8 Juan Gonzalez

M9 Barry Bonds

M10 Alex Rodriguez


Barrage

B1 Mark McGwire

B2 Ken Griffey, Jr.

B3 Sammy Sosa

B4 Jeff Bagwell

B5 Juan Gonzalez

B6 Alex Rodriguez

B7 Manny Ramirez

B8 Ivan Rodriguez

B9 Chipper Jones

B10 Mike Piazza


Constant Threat

T1 Ken Griffey, Jr.

T2 Vladimir Guerrero

T3 Alex Rodriguez

T4 Sammy Sosa

T5 Juan Gonzalez

T6 Derek Jeter

T7 Nomar Garciaparra

T8 Barry Bonds

T9 Chipper Jones

T10 Mike Piazza


Autographs & Game-Used

A Piece of History

A Piece of History is a game-used bat set. Each card is available in Single (one piece), Double (two pieces), and Triple (three pieces) versions. The Double is exclusive to Hobby packs and Triple is a one-of-one.

The one-of-one Cal Ripken, Jr. Triple card was found in a Blaster box of 2000 Ultra.

AB Albert Belle

AJ Andruw Jones

AR Alex Rodriguez

BB Barry Bonds

CAL Cal Ripken, Jr.

CB Carlos Beltran

CJ Chipper Jones

DE Darin Erstad

DJ Derek Jeter

FT Frank Thomas

GK Gabe Kapler

IR Ivan Rodriguez

JB Jeff Bagwell

JC Jose Canseco

JD J.D. Drew

JE Jim Edmonds

JG Juan Gonzalez

JR Ken Griffey, Jr.

LW Larry Walker

MP Mike Piazza

MR Manny Ramirez

MV Mo Vaughn

NG Nomar Garciaparra

RM Raul Mondesi

SR Scott Rolen

SS Sammy Sosa

TG Tony Gwynn

TG1 Troy Glaus

TH Todd Helton

TL Travis Lee

VG Vladimir Guerrero


Reggie Jackson A Piece of History 500 HR Club

See Upper Deck A Piece of History 500 HR Club.

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