2001 Donruss

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2001 Donruss is a 220-card set released in May, 2001. It was the first "Donruss" branded card set since their previous owner, Pinnacle Brands went bankrupt in the Summer of 1998, and the first product released by Playoff since acquiring an MLB/MLBPA license in February 2001.

It's important to note that Playoff only began discussing changing their name to Playoff-Donruss, or Donruss-Playoff in August, 2001. This legally did not occur until October, 2001 as Donruss-Playoff was chosen by the then owner of Playoff.

In 1998 Pinnacle Brands, the owner of the Donruss and Leaf brand names, filed for bankruptcy protection and went out of business. It appeared that after an eighteen year run Donruss' flagship baseball set would come to an end. But then an unlikely savior appeared in the form of football card manufacturer Playoff, who purchased what was left of Pinnacle through a bankruptcy court.

Almost as soon as they bought Pinnacle, speculation immediately began as to Playoff's baseball card intentions. Although Playoff was given a temporary license in 1998 -- so that the 1998 Donruss Signature set could be released -- it appeared that Playoff's efforts to get into the baseball card business may not bear fruit.

Shortly after Pacific had its MLB Player's Association license revoked in November 2000 (partially due to the Manny Ramirez corked bat card incident and mostly due to making fake game-used cards in 2001 Private Stock Baseball) rumors of Playoff finally getting the licenses it had long coveted began to fly again. Those rumors came to fruition in February 2001 it was announced that Playoff -- had at last received permission to produce Major League Baseball cards. They quickly announced that their first baseball card set (2001 Donruss) would be released that April.

With nearly three years of pent-up demand -- not the mention the novelty of it being the first completely original baseball card product from Playoff -- loyal Donruss collectors immediately began to place pre-sell orders with their local hobby dealers. (Many of those same dealers were disappointed to find out that they would be limited to only one six-box hobby case.) In early April 2001 Donruss Baseball went live. The result: a big "thud", but only to dealers. Collectors were having a field day with the Retail release as the 2000 Retro (pack in a pack) 90-card sets were selling easily for $100.00 a set on eBay making all the other cards pulled in the retail boxes they were buying free!

In their haste to produce their first real baseball card product, Playoff essentially recycled the same formula that had successfully worked for them in football cards. In fact, the parallels between the 2001 Donruss Baseball and 2000 Donruss Football sets are uncanny to say the least. Both sets have roughly the same number of cards (220 in baseball versus 250 in football), and both had an MSRP of $1.99/pack. However, both products relied heavily on a gimmick that was becoming commonplace in football cards, but had never, ever, before appeared in a base level baseball brand.

2001 Donruss was the first entry level baseball trading card product to feature short-printed and serial-numbered rookie cards. While short-printing may have appealed to the football card audience, unfortunately, by limiting the production of each "Rated Rookie" to only 2001 copies (not including the Albert Pujols and Ben Sheets exchange cards -- each limited to 500), D-P made the decision, whether they knew it or not (and they probably didn't) to abandon the one segment of the market that traditionally purchases base level baseball card products. The segment that had been the cornerstone of the Donruss brand since 1981: Set builders.

In retrospect, some felt Playoff screwed up the comeback edition of Donruss baseball. As a result, many long-time Donruss baseball collectors, simply gave up on Donruss Baseball. But it opened up a far greater mass of collectors who finally found a product that favored collectors far more than dealers. Even though Ichiro and Pujols RC's were very rarely pulled from Retail boxes, collectors were still loving these retail boxes. This caused dealers to start emptying retail store shelves of 2001 Donruss Retail!

What Playoff failed to realize, and never really quite understood, was that football card collectors and baseball card collectors are two completely different breeds of hobbyist. What works in football, may not (and usually does not) necessarily work in baseball. For instance 70-100 rookies in a football product worked, this failed miserably in baseball and Playoff ignored this no matter how many collectors complained.

Distribution

Hobby Wax: 5 cards, plus one individually wrapped -PACK WITHIN A PACK- "1999" Retroactive card per pack (MSRP $1.99). There were (10) different RC's in each Retro set, cards #91-100.

24-packs plus a BGS Graded "Anniversary Originals" (possibly autographed) box-topper per box.

Sadly, the average grade of the "Anniversary Originals" cards was 7.5. So Beckett listed the autograph versions as being worth full Beckett High price graded a 7 or 8.

The Anniversary Originals are prominent buy-back original cards and RC's (as 2001 Donruss' production team perceived) from Donruss' past that were bought back, submitted to BGS for grading, and seeded one into each hobby wax box. Each card was given a "20th Anniversary Originals" notation on the slab's label. Plus autograph cards stated on the label how many existed in total of that particular card. For example, the 1982 Donruss Cal Ripken Jr. RC had 23 copies graded by BGS and seeded into boxes. These were graded in numerical order, so if you have the BGS serial number of one of the cards- you can look them all up at BGS' Graded Card Look-Up.

NOTE: Hobby dealers were limited to only one six-box case.

Retail Wax: 5 cards, plus one -PACK WITHIN A PACK- "2000" Retroactive card per pack (MSRP $1.99).

17 packs per Blaster box (MSRP $19.99). Plus one -PACK WITHIN A PACK- "2000" Retroactive card per pack.

NOTE: Playoff's Customer Service Manager (James McCay) along with the Production Manager of 2001 Donruss discovered about (650) total 2000 Retro cards of ICHIRO "RC" #95 (where Ben Sheets 2000 Retro #95 was also placed in Playoff's redemption drawer). These cards were produced without any knowledge of the Senior Production Manager of this product (Kimberly Ammons). Upper Deck had an EXCLUSIVE LICENSE to produce all but base rookie cards of Ichiro until the start of the regular season, then had an Exclusive to any insert Ichiro cards until the middle of the regular season. Playoff had every intention of releasing these 2000 Retro Ichiro #95 cards (along with the low serial numbered Stat Line parallels) BEFORE Upper Deck's Exclusive date expiration. So they had to be destroyed, or Playoff could have lost their baseball licensing the first year they got it back! So Mr. McCay and Ms. Ammons destroyed all but about (20 to 25) of these cards in the shredder Playoff had in the Customer Service area. There were three versions and oddly not one of them had a serial number. The base version was to be numbered to 500, and two Stat Line inserts: Season Stat Line numbered to 21 (number of Home Runs Ichiro hit in his last year in Japan), and Career Stat Line numbered to 182 (number of Doubles Ichiro hit in his career in Japan). The very few of these cards that eventually entered the hobby have sold for between $300.00-$1,000 per card. Beckett's pricing of this card has never been anywhere near accurate. There are several websites that have been up for up to and over 10-years explaining these cards and quoting actual SELL prices. James McCay has been very open and honest about these cards as he was the whistleblower on much fraud Playoff was engaged in that he had iron-clad proof of (and he still does). It's not at all hard to find his e-mail address online as recently as 2016. So you can ask him any questions yourself.

Reviews

Insertion Ratio Matrix

Cards Total Cards Numbered To Hobby Odds Retail Odds
Base 220 - ? ?
short-set 150 - ? ?
Rated Rookies 48 2001 1:24 1:24
Rated Rookies Redemptions 2 500 ? ?
Fan Club 20 5000 1:24 1:24
Career Stat Lines 220 varies ? ?
Season Stat Lines 220 varies ? ?
"1999" Retro short-set 80 - 1:1 N/A
"1999" Retro Rookies 20 1999 1:24 N/A
"1999" Retro Career Stat Lines 100 varies 1:24 N/A
"1999" Retro Season Stat Lines 100 varies 1:24 N/A
"1999" Retro Diamond Kings 5 2500 1:24 N/A
"1999" Retro Diamond Kings Studio Series 5 250 1:144 N/A
"2000" Retro short-set 80 - N/A 1:1
"2000" Retro Rookies 20 2000 N/A 1:24
"2000" Retro Career Stat Lines 100 varies N/A 1:24
"2000" Retro Season Stat Lines 100 varies N/A 1:24
"2000" Retro Diamond Kings 5 2500 N/A 1:24
"2000" Retro Diamond Kings Studio Series 5 250 N/A 1:24
All-Time Diamond Kings 10 2500 ? ?
All-Time Diamond Kings Studio Series 10 250 ? ?
Diamond Kings 20 2500 ? ?
Diamond Kings Studio Series 20 250 ? ?
Elite Series 20 2500 ? ?
Elite Dominators 20 25 ? ?
Longball Leaders 20 1000 ? ?
Production Line 60 from 316 to 1061 ? ?
Production Line Die-Cut 60 100 ? ?
Diamond Kings Reprints 20 from 1982 to 1989 ? ?
Rookie Reprints 40 from 1982 to 1992 ? ?
Bat Kings 10 200 ? ?
Bat Kings Autographed 10 50 ? ?
Jersey Kings 10 250 ? ?
Jersey Kings Autographed 10 50 ? ?
All-Time Diamond Kings Autographed 10 50 ? ?
Diamond Kings Autographed 11 50 ? ?
Diamond Kings Reprints Autographed 20 from 82 to 89 ? ?
Rookie Reprints Autographed 26 from 82 to 92 ? ?
Recollection Collection Autographs 7 from 10 to 50 ? ?
"2000" Alex Rodriguez Autographed Diamond King 1 50 N/A ?

Checklist

Base Set

Short Set

1 Alex Rodriguez

2 Barry Bonds

3 Cal Ripken, Jr.

4 Chipper Jones

5 Derek Jeter

6 Troy Glaus

7 Frank Thomas

8 Greg Maddux

9 Ivan Rodriguez

10 Jeff Bagwell

11 Jose Canseco

12 Todd Helton

13 Ken Griffey, Jr.

14 Manny Ramirez

15 Mark McGwire

16 Mike Piazza

17 Nomar Garciaparra

18 Pedro Martinez

19 Randy Johnson

20 Rick Ankiel

21 Rickey Henderson

22 Roger Clemens

23 Sammy Sosa

24 Tony Gwynn

25 Vladimir Guerrero

26 Eric Davis

27 Roberto Alomar

28 Mark Mulder

29 Pat Burrell

30 Harold Baines

31 Carlos Delgado

32 J.D. Drew

33 Jim Edmonds

34 Darin Erstad

35 Jason Giambi

36 Tom Glavine

37 Juan Gonzalez

38 Mark Grace

39 Shawn Green

40 Tim Hudson

41 Andruw Jones

42 Dave Justice

43 Jeff Kent

44 Barry Larkin

45 Pokey Reese

46 Mike Mussina

47 Hideo Nomo

48 Rafael Palmeiro

49 Adam Piatt

50 Scott Rolen

51 Gary Sheffield

52 Bernie Williams

53 Bob Abreu

54 Edgardo Alfonzo

55 Jermaine Clark RC

56 Albert Belle

57 Craig Biggio

58 Andres Galarraga

59 Edgar Martinez

60 Fred McGriff

61 Magglio Ordonez

62 Jim Thome

63 Matt Williams

64 Kerry Wood

65 Moises Alou

66 Brady Anderson

67 Garret Anderson

68 Tony Armas

69 Tony Batista

70 Jose Cruz, Jr.

71 Carlos Beltran

72 Adrian Beltre

73 Kris Benson

74 Lance Berkman

75 Kevin Brown

76 Jay Buhner

77 Jeromy Burnitz

78 Ken Caminiti

79 Sean Casey

80 Luis Castillo

81 Eric Chavez

82 Jeff Cirillo

83 Bartolo Colon

84 David Cone

85 Freddy Garcia

86 Johnny Damon

87 Ray Durham

88 Jermaine Dye

89 Juan Encarnacion

90 Terrence Long

91 Carl Everett

92 Steve Finley

93 Cliff Floyd

94 Brad Fullmer

95 Brian Giles

96 Luis Gonzalez

97 Rusty Greer

98 Jeffrey Hammonds

99 Mike Hampton

100 Orlando Hernandez

101 Richard Hidalgo

102 Geoff Jenkins

103 Jacque Jones

104 Brian Jordan

105 Gabe Kapler

106 Eric Karros

107 Jason Kendall

108 Adam Kennedy

109 Byung-Hyun Kim

110 Ryan Klesko

111 Chuck Knoblauch

112 Paul Konerko

113 Carlos Lee

114 Kenny Lofton

115 Javy Lopez

116 Tino Martinez

117 Ruben Mateo

118 Kevin Millwood

119 Ben Molina

120 Raul Mondesi

121 Trot Nixon

122 John Olerud

123 Paul O'Neill

124 Chan Ho Park

125 Andy Pettitte

126 Jorge Posada

127 Mark Quinn

128 Aramis Ramirez

129 Mariano Rivera

130 Tim Salmon

131 Curt Schilling

132 Richie Sexson

133 John Smoltz

134 J.T. Snow

135 Jay Payton

136 Shannon Stewart

137 B.J. Surhoff

138 Mike Sweeney

139 Fernando Tatis

140 Miguel Tejada

141 Jason Varitek

142 Greg Vaughn

143 Mo Vaughn

144 Robin Ventura

145 Jose Vidro

146 Omar Vizquel

147 Larry Walker

148 David Wells

149 Rondell White

150 Preston Wilson


Rated Rookies

Note: All cards are serial numbered to 2001 copies, except cards #156 and #159. Card #156 was scheduled to be Brian Cole, but in early 2001 he was tragically killed in an automobile crash and Donruss pulled his card from production. It is unclear whose card #159 was supposed to be (probably C.C. Sabathia), but whoever he was, he was also pulled. Both Cole and mystery player #159 were replaced with exchange cards for Albert Pujols and Ben Sheets.

Although 500 copies of each redemption card were inserted into packs, and each Pujols and Sheets exchange card is serial numbered to 500, it is believed that only about half the Pujols cards were actually fulfilled. http://www.stalegum.com/2006/06/just-how-many-donruss-albert-pujols.html

151 Brent Abernathy RR 2001

152 Cory Aldridge RR RC 2001

153 Gene Altman RR RC* 2001

154 Josh Beckett RR 2001

155 Wilson Betemit RR RC 2001

156 Albert Pujols RR RC EXCH 500

157 Joe Crede RR 2001

158 Jack Cust RR 2001

159 Ben Sheets RR EXCH 500

160 Alex Escobar RR 2001

161 Adrian Hernandez RR RC 2001

162 Pedro Feliz RR 2001

163 Nate Frese RR RC* 2001

164 Carlos Garcia RR RC 2001

165 Marcus Giles RR 2001

166 Alexis Gomez RR RC 2001

167 Jason Hart RR 2001

168 Eric Hinske RR RC 2001

169 Cesar Izturis RR 2001

170 Nick Johnson RR 2001

171 Mike Young RR 2001

172 Brian Lawrence RR RC 2001

173 Steve Lomasney RR 2001

174 Nick Maness RR RC* 2001

175 Jose Mieses RR RC* 2001

176 Greg Miller RR RC* 2001

177 Eric Munson RR 2001

178 Xavier Nady RR 2001

179 Blaine Neal RR RC 2001

180 Abraham Nunez RR 2001

181 Jose Ortiz RR 2001

182 Jeremy Owens RR RC* 2001

183 Pablo Ozuna RR 2001

184 Corey Patterson RR 2001

185 Carlos Pena RR 2001

186 Wily Mo Pena RR 2001

187 Timo Perez RR 2001

188 Adam Pettyjohn RR RC 2001

189 Luis Rivas RR 2001

190 Jackson Melian RR RC* 2001

191 Wilken Ruan RR RC 2001

192 Duaner Sanchez RR RC 2001

193 Alfonso Soriano RR 2001

194 Rafael Soriano RR RC 2001

195 Ichiro Suzuki RR RC 2001

196 Billy Sylvester RR RC* 2001

197 Juan Uribe RR RC 2001

198 Eric Valent RR 2001

199 Carlos Valderrama RR RC 2001

200 Matt White RR RC* 2001


Fan Club

Each Fan Club subset card was seeded into packs at the rate of 1:24. Although not serial-numbered, it is believed that 5000 copies of each were produced.

201 Alex Rodriguez FC 5000

202 Barry Bonds FC 5000

203 Cal Ripken, Jr. FC 5000

204 Chipper Jones FC 5000

205 Derek Jeter FC 5000

206 Troy Glaus FC 5000

207 Frank Thomas FC 5000

208 Greg Maddux FC 5000

209 Ivan Rodriguez FC 5000

210 Jeff Bagwell FC 5000

211 Todd Helton FC 5000

212 Ken Griffey, Jr. FC 5000

213 Manny Ramirez FC 5000

214 Mark McGwire FC 5000

215 Mike Piazza FC 5000

216 Pedro Martinez FC 5000

217 Sammy Sosa FC 5000

218 Tony Gwynn FC 5000

219 Vladimir Guerrero FC 5000

220 Nomar Garciaparra FC 5000


Parallels

Baseball's Best Factory Set

Similar to the Topps Tiffany sets of the 80s and 90s, Baseball's Best is a "high-end" factory set of the entire 220-card 2001 Donruss base set. In addition, the set also included the 105-card Donruss The Rookies set, and all five Rookie Diamond Kings.

Originally, the Baseball's Best set was only available through a redemption program that worked like this: Seeded into packs of 2001 Donruss baseball (at the rate of 1:720), were coupons that enabled the lucky collector to purchase one of 1000 Baseball's Best factory sets for $104.99. Unfortunately, Donruss printed more than the 1000 sets stated on the redemption card. Towards the end of 2001, Donruss solicited dealers to purchase the set without the redemption coupon. As a result, Donruss would up making 1597 sets (597 more than originally stated).

What's more, unbeknownst to collectors, Donruss made three different versions of the Baseball's Best set: Bronze (limited to 999 sets), Silver (499 sets), and Gold (99 sets). Because of this, some have deduced that those who purchased the set via the redemption card received a Bronze set, and dealers who bought direct got either a Silver or Gold. However, this conspiracy theory has never been proven.

All Baseball's Best cards are identical to their base set counterparts, with the addition of either a gold, silver, or bronze "Baseball's Best" stamp on each card's obverse.

Season Stat Line

Each card in this parallel is serial numbered to a specific season statistic.

Just like in the base set, the SSL's of cards #156 and #159 packed out as redemptions. Shortly after the product went live, Donruss publicly announced that only 17 copies of #156 and eight copies of #159 were to be produced. Unfortunately, Donruss wound up inserting more exchange cards than there were Season Stat Lines to go around.

To make it up to exchange card holders, Donruss printed up a special batch of SSL's and contracted with the two athletes in question to autograph these cards. The cards were Donruss' first to feature the now infamous "Sticker Autograph." Also, these autographed SSLs were not serial numbered.

1 Alex Rodriguez 41

2 Barry Bonds 49

3 Cal Ripken, Jr. 56

4 Chipper Jones 36

5 Derek Jeter 73

6 Troy Glaus 47

7 Frank Thomas 43

8 Greg Maddux 19

9 Ivan Rodriguez 83

10 Jeff Bagwell 47

11 Jose Canseco 49

12 Todd Helton 59

13 Ken Griffey, Jr. 40

14 Manny Ramirez 92

15 Mark McGwire 32

16 Mike Piazza 90

17 Nomar Garciaparra 96

18 Pedro Martinez 174

19 Randy Johnson 19

20 Rick Ankiel 11

21 Rickey Henderson 36

22 Roger Clemens 188

23 Sammy Sosa 50

24 Tony Gwynn 41

25 Vladimir Guerrero 44

26 Eric Davis 77

27 Roberto Alomar 40

28 Mark Mulder 19

29 Pat Burrell 27

30 Harold Baines 72

31 Carlos Delgado 41

32 J.D. Drew 73

33 Jim Edmonds 42

34 Darin Erstad 39

35 Jason Giambi 43

36 Tom Glavine 91

37 Juan Gonzalez 30

38 Mark Grace 75

39 Shawn Green 99

40 Tim Hudson 20

41 Andruw Jones 36

42 Dave Justice 41

43 Jeff Kent 33

44 Barry Larkin 71

45 Pokey Reese 29

46 Mike Mussina 11

47 Hideo Nomo 181

48 Rafael Palmeiro 39

49 Adam Piatt 5

50 Scott Rolen 89

51 Gary Sheffield 43

52 Bernie Williams 30

53 Bob Abreu 10

54 Edgardo Alfonzo 94

55 Jermaine Clark 23

56 Albert Belle 23

57 Craig Biggio 101

58 Andres Galarraga 100

59 Edgar Martinez 37

60 Fred McGriff 18

61 Magglio Ordonez 32

62 Jim Thome 33

63 Matt Williams 102

64 Kerry Wood 132

65 Moises Alou 30

66 Brady Anderson 89

67 Garret Anderson 40

68 Tony Armas 59

69 Tony Batista 32

70 Jose Cruz 32

71 Carlos Beltran 92

72 Adrian Beltre 30

73 Kris Benson 10

74 Lance Berkman 76

75 Kevin Brown 13

76 Jay Buhner 92

77 Jeromy Burnitz 31

78 Ken Caminiti 63

79 Sean Casey 151

80 Luis Castillo 180

81 Eric Chavez 139

82 Jeff Cirillo 115

83 Bartolo Colon 15

84 David Cone 120

85 Freddy Garcia 79

86 Johnny Damon 136

87 Ray Durham 121

88 Jermaine Dye 33

89 Juan Encarnacion 158

90 Terrence Long 18

91 Carl Everett 149

92 Steve Finley 151

93 Cliff Floyd 126

94 Brad Fullmer 142

95 Brian Giles 111

96 Luis Gonzalez 31

97 Rusty Greer 117

98 Jeffrey Hammonds 152

99 Mike Hampton 151

100 Orlando Hernandez 141

101 Richard Hidalgo 44

102 Geoff Jenkins 155

103 Jacque Jones 149

104 Brian Jordan 129

105 Gabe Kapler 134

106 Eric Karros 146

107 Jason Kendall 112

108 Adam Kennedy 159

109 Byung-Hyun Kim 111

110 Ryan Klesko 140

111 Chuck Knoblauch 75

112 Paul Konerko 156

113 Carlos Lee 107

114 Kenny Lofton 30

115 Javy Lopez 224

116 Tino Martinez 147

117 Ruben Mateo 7

118 Kevin Millwood 168

119 Ben Molina 133

120 Raul Mondesi 24

121 Trot Nixon 118

122 John Olerud 103

123 Paul O'Neill 160

124 Chan Ho Park 18

125 Andy Pettitte 125

126 Jorge Posada 28

127 Mark Quinn 20

128 Aramis Ramirez 65

129 Mariano Rivera 36

130 Tim Salmon 34

131 Curt Schilling 11

132 Richie Sexson 14

133 John Smoltz 156

134 J.T. Snow 152

135 Jay Payton 17

136 Shannon Stewart 21

137 B.J. Surhoff 157

138 Mike Sweeney 144

139 Fernando Tatis 18

140 Miguel Tejada 30

141 Jason Varitek 111

142 Greg Vaughn 117

143 Mo Vaughn 36

144 Robin Ventura 84

145 Jose Vidro 51

146 Omar Vizquel 176

147 Larry Walker 97

148 David Wells 166

149 Rondell White 111

150 Preston Wilson 31

151 Brent Abernathy RR 130

152 Cory Aldridge RR 100

153 Gene Altman RR 6

154 Josh Beckett RR 61

155 Wilson Betemit RR 89

156 Albert Pujols RR EXCH 17

156 Albert Pujols RR EXCH AU

157 Joe Crede RR 5

158 Jack Cust RR 131

159 Ben Sheets RR EXCH 8

159 Ben Sheets RR EXCH AU

160 Alex Escobar RR 126

161 Adrian Hernandez RR 8

162 Pedro Feliz RR 2

163 Nate Frese RR 126

164 Carlos Garcia RR 14

165 Marcus Giles RR 133

166 Alexis Gomez RR 117

167 Jason Hart RR 31

168 Eric Hinske RR 20

169 Cesar Izturis RR 95

170 Nick Johnson RR 145

171 Mike Young RR 155

172 Brian Lawrence RR 165

173 Steve Lomasney RR 8

174 Nick Maness RR 127

175 Jose Mieses RR 17

176 Greg Miller RR 10

177 Eric Munson RR 1

178 Xavier Nady RR 1

179 Blaine Neal RR 65

180 Abraham Nunez RR 51

181 Jose Ortiz RR 2

182 Jeremy Owens RR 16

183 Pablo Ozuna RR 8

184 Corey Patterson RR 2

185 Carlos Pena RR 117

186 Wily Mo Pena RR 10

187 Timo Perez RR 14

188 Adam Pettyjohn RR 68

189 Luis Rivas RR 18

190 Jackson Melian RR 73

191 Wilken Ruan RR 165

192 Duaner Sanchez RR 121

193 Alfonso Soriano RR 2

194 Rafael Soriano RR 90

195 Ichiro Suzuki RR 153

196 Billy Sylvester RR 16

197 Juan Uribe RR 22

198 Eric Valent RR 22

199 Carlos Valderrama RR 137

200 Matt White RR 126

201 Alex Rodriguez FC 132

202 Barry Bonds FC 147

203 Cal Ripken, Jr. FC 83

204 Chipper Jones FC 118

205 Derek Jeter FC 31

206 Troy Glaus FC 160

207 Frank Thomas FC 143

208 Greg Maddux FC 190

209 Ivan Rodriguez FC 27

210 Jeff Bagwell FC 132

211 Todd Helton FC 42

212 Ken Griffey, Jr. FC 141

213 Manny Ramirez FC 122

214 Mark McGwire FC 72

215 Mike Piazza FC 113

216 Pedro Martinez FC 7

217 Sammy Sosa FC 106

218 Tony Gwynn FC 12

219 Vladimir Guerrero FC 123

220 Nomar Garciaparra FC 21


Career Stat Line

Similar to the Season Stat Lines, this time each is serial numbered to a specific career statistic. In most (but not all) instances, there are more copies of a player's Career Stat Line(CSL) than his Season Stat Line (SSL).

Again, the CSL's of cards #156 and #159 packed out as redemptions, with Donruss stating that only 154 copies of #156 and 159 copies of #159 were to be produced. But just like the SSL's, Donruss made more exchange cards than there were cards with the excess card holders getting an un-numbered CSL with a sticker autograph in exchange.

1 Alex Rodriguez 194

2 Barry Bonds 69

3 Cal Ripken, Jr. 277

4 Chipper Jones 204

5 Derek Jeter 153

6 Troy Glaus 224

7 Frank Thomas 328

8 Greg Maddux 240

9 Ivan Rodriguez 288

10 Jeff Bagwell 167

11 Jose Canseco 198

12 Todd Helton 107

13 Ken Griffey, Jr. 33

14 Manny Ramirez 236

15 Mark McGwire 248

16 Mike Piazza 199

17 Nomar Garciaparra 117

18 Pedro Martinez 268

19 Randy Johnson 319

20 Rick Ankiel 233

21 Rickey Henderson 282

22 Roger Clemens 260

23 Sammy Sosa 231

24 Tony Gwynn 338

25 Vladimir Guerrero 322

26 Eric Davis 278

27 Roberto Alomar 304

28 Mark Mulder 88

29 Pat Burrell 260

30 Harold Baines 49

31 Carlos Delgado 214

32 J.D. Drew 224

33 Jim Edmonds 186

34 Darin Erstad 87

35 Jason Giambi 181

36 Tom Glavine 208

37 Juan Gonzalez 294

38 Mark Grace 148

39 Shawn Green 100

40 Tim Hudson 31

41 Andruw Jones 116

42 Dave Justice 246

43 Jeff Kent 274

44 Barry Larkin 300

45 Pokey Reese 229

46 Mike Mussina 353

47 Hideo Nomo 397

48 Rafael Palmeiro 36

49 Adam Piatt 299

50 Scott Rolen 50

51 Gary Sheffield 279

52 Bernie Williams 278

53 Bob Abreu 117

54 Edgardo Alfonzo 296

55 Jermaine Clark 133

56 Albert Belle 295

57 Craig Biggio 160

58 Andres Galarraga 291

59 Edgar Martinez 235

60 Fred McGriff 20

61 Magglio Ordonez 301

62 Jim Thome 233

63 Matt Williams 292

64 Kerry Wood 21

65 Moises Alou 229

66 Brady Anderson 299

67 Garret Anderson 297

68 Tony Armas 61

69 Tony Batista 279

70 Jose Cruz 47

71 Carlos Beltran 159

72 Adrian Beltre 174

73 Kris Benson 21

74 Lance Berkman 127

75 Kevin Brown 321

76 Jay Buhner 308

77 Jeromy Burnitz 156

78 Ken Caminiti 331

79 Sean Casey 312

80 Luis Castillo 251

81 Eric Chavez 241

82 Jeff Cirillo 311

83 Bartolo Colon 51

84 David Cone 184

85 Freddy Garcia 249

86 Johnny Damon 352

87 Ray Durham 371

88 Jermaine Dye 319

89 Juan Encarnacion 41

90 Terrence Long 80

91 Carl Everett 149

92 Steve Finley 254

93 Cliff Floyd 326

94 Brad Fullmer 232

95 Brian Giles 301

96 Luis Gonzalez 329

97 Rusty Greer 307

98 Jeffrey Hammonds 341

99 Mike Hampton 344

100 Orlando Hernandez 41

101 Richard Hidalgo 345

102 Geoff Jenkins 64

103 Jacque Jones 242

104 Brian Jordan 124

105 Gabe Kapler 32

106 Eric Karros 242

107 Jason Kendall 214

108 Adam Kennedy 264

109 Byung-Hyun Kim 142

110 Ryan Klesko 165

111 Chuck Knoblauch 293

112 Paul Konerko 207

113 Carlos Lee 316

114 Kenny Lofton 306

115 Javy Lopez 130

116 Tino Martinez 229

117 Ruben Mateo 271

118 Kevin Millwood 50

119 Ben Molina 15

120 Raul Mondesi 212

121 Trot Nixon 27

122 John Olerud 367

123 Paul O'Neill 260

124 Chan Ho Park 388

125 Andy Pettitte 100

126 Jorge Posada 382

127 Mark Quinn 167

128 Aramis Ramirez 12

129 Mariano Rivera 165

130 Tim Salmon 231

131 Curt Schilling 110

132 Richie Sexson 325

133 John Smoltz 157

134 J.T. Snow 151

135 Jay Payton 151

136 Shannon Stewart 216

137 B.J. Surhoff 359

138 Mike Sweeney 302

139 Fernando Tatis 258

140 Miguel Tejada 254

141 Jason Varitek 37

142 Greg Vaughn 320

143 Mo Vaughn 299

144 Robin Ventura 227

145 Jose Vidro 191

146 Omar Vizquel 260

147 Larry Walker 271

148 David Wells 161

149 Rondell White 167

150 Preston Wilson 303

151 Brent Abernathy RR 22

152 Cory Aldridge RR 33

153 Gene Altman RR 351

154 Josh Beckett RR 212

155 Wilson Betemit RR 15

156 Albert Pujols RR EXCH 154

156 Albert Pujols RR EXCH AU

157 Joe Crede RR 357

158 Jack Cust RR 66

159 Ben Sheets RR EXCH 159

159 Ben Sheets RR EXCH AU

160 Alex Escobar RR 45

161 Adrian Hernandez RR 86

162 Pedro Feliz RR 286

163 Nate Frese RR 119

164 Carlos Garcia RR 106

165 Marcus Giles RR 320

166 Alexis Gomez RR 24

167 Jason Hart RR 303

168 Eric Hinske RR 332

169 Cesar Izturis RR 60

170 Nick Johnson RR 308

171 Mike Young RR 37

172 Brian Lawrence RR 281

173 Steve Lomasney RR 229

174 Nick Maness RR 25

175 Jose Mieses RR 265

176 Greg Miller RR 328

177 Eric Munson RR 3

178 Xavier Nady RR 1

179 Blaine Neal RR 296

180 Abraham Nunez RR 38

181 Jose Ortiz RR 7

182 Jeremy Owens RR 273

183 Pablo Ozuna RR 333

184 Corey Patterson RR 11

185 Carlos Pena RR 52

186 Wily Mo Pena RR 114

187 Timo Perez RR 49

188 Adam Pettyjohn RR 20

189 Luis Rivas RR 310

190 Jackson Melian RR 26

191 Wilken Ruan RR 215

192 Duaner Sanchez RR 19

193 Alfonso Soriano RR 50

194 Rafael Soriano RR 13

195 Ichiro Suzuki RR 106

196 Billy Sylvester RR 11

197 Juan Uribe RR 157

198 Eric Valent RR 342

199 Carlos Valderrama RR 13

200 Matt White RR 31

201 Alex Rodriguez FC 189

202 Barry Bonds FC 289

203 Cal Ripken, Jr. FC 44

204 Chipper Jones FC 204

205 Derek Jeter FC 108

206 Troy Glaus FC 204

207 Frank Thomas FC 344

208 Greg Maddux FC 283

209 Ivan Rodriguez FC 304

210 Jeff Bagwell FC 310

211 Todd Helton FC 137

212 Ken Griffey, Jr. FC 173

213 Manny Ramirez FC 313

214 Mark McGwire FC 6

215 Mike Piazza FC 278

216 Pedro Martinez FC 125

217 Sammy Sosa FC 244

218 Tony Gwynn FC 84

219 Vladimir Guerrero FC 124

220 Nomar Garciaparra FC 333


Inserts

Expired Set Redemption Cards

Donruss inserted into packs two cards that allowed collectors the right to purchase one of two special factory sets. One card enabled the collector to purchase the 2001 Donruss The Rookies Baseball factory set for $24.99. The other card allowed the holder to buy of one 1000 "Baseball's Best" factory sets for $104.99. As previously mentioned, Donruss proceeded to print more than 1000 Baseball's Best sets.

The stated odds of finding the Donruss The Rookies redemption card was 1:72/packs, while the odds of pulling the Baseball's Best card: 1:720 and was exclusive to Hobby packs.

NNO BB Best Coupon

NNO The Rookies Coupon


Retroactive

These two sets were designed to simulate what a 1999 and 2000 Donruss set would have looked like, if they had been released. The design is based on the respective year's Donruss Football set, and the player's are shown in the uniforms of the team the played for in that particular year.

The "1999" Retroactives were inserted into hobby packs and the "2000s" in retail. Both sets are 100 cards with eighty veterans and 20 serial-numbered "Rated Rookies." In addition, there are a slew of Stat Line parallels, and five additional Diamond King Inserts. Unfortunately, rather than simply including it with the other 2001 cards, the Retroactive card was wrapped separately in it's own one-card "pack." These single-card packs were extremely difficult to open, and as a result, many of the Retroactives were damaged coming out of the pack.

"1999" Retroactive

Overall odds of finding a "1999" Retroactive short set card, Rated Rookie, Stat Line, or "1999" Diamond King: one-per hobby pack.

Short Set

1 Ken Griffey, Jr.

2 Nomar Garciaparra

3 Alex Rodriguez

4 Mark McGwire

5 Sammy Sosa

6 Chipper Jones

7 Mike Piazza

8 Barry Larkin

9 Andruw Jones

10 Albert Belle

11 Jeff Bagwell

12 Tony Gwynn

13 Manny Ramirez

14 Mo Vaughn

15 Barry Bonds

16 Frank Thomas

17 Vladimir Guerrero

18 Derek Jeter

19 Randy Johnson

20 Greg Maddux

21 Pedro Martinez

22 Cal Ripken, Jr.

23 Ivan Rodriguez

24 Matt Williams

25 Javy Lopez

26 Tim Salmon

27 Raul Mondesi

28 Todd Helton

29 Magglio Ordonez

30 Sean Casey

31 Jeromy Burnitz

32 Jeff Kent

33 Jim Edmonds

34 Jim Thome

35 Dante Bichette

36 Larry Walker

37 Will Clark

38 Omar Vizquel

39 Mike Mussina

40 Eric Karros

41 Kenny Lofton

42 Dave Justice

43 Craig Biggio

44 J.D. Drew

45 Rickey Henderson

46 Bernie Williams

47 Brian Giles

48 Paul O'Neill

49 Orlando Hernandez

50 Jason Giambi

51 Curt Schilling

52 Scott Rolen

53 Mark Grace

54 Moises Alou

55 Jason Kendall

56 Ray Lankford

57 Kerry Wood

58 Gary Sheffield

59 Ruben Mateo

60 Darin Erstad

61 Troy Glaus

62 Jose Canseco

63 Wade Boggs

64 Tom Glavine

65 Gabe Kapler

66 Juan Gonzalez

67 Rafael Palmeiro

68 Richie Sexson

69 Carl Everett

70 David Wells

71 Carlos Delgado

72 Eric Davis

73 Shawn Green

74 Andres Galarraga

75 Edgar Martinez

76 Roberto Alomar

77 John Olerud

78 Luis Gonzalez

79 Kevin Brown

80 Roger Clemens


Rated Rookies

Cards 81-100 make up a "Rated Rookies" subset and are numbered to 1999 copies. Although the exact insertion ratio was not listed, it is believed that the Rated Rookies were inserted at the rate of 1:24/hobby packs.

81 Josh Beckett RR

82 Alfonso Soriano RR

83 Alex Escobar RR

84 Pat Burrell RR

85 Eric Chavez RR

86 Erubiel Durazo RR

87 Abraham Nunez RR

88 Carlos Pena RR

89 Nick Johnson RR

90 Eric Munson RR

91 Corey Patterson RR

92 Wily Mo Pena RR

93 Rafael Furcal RR

94 Eric Valent RR

95 Mark Mulder RR

96 Chad Hutchinson RR

97 Freddy Garcia RR

98 Tim Hudson RR

99 Rick Ankiel RR

100 Kip Wells RR


"1999" Retroactive Career Stat Lines

The concept is similar to the Career Stat Line and Season Stat Line cards in the base set. It is believed that the odds of finding either a "1999" CSL or SSL was one in 1:24/hobby packs.

1 Ken Griffey, Jr. 350

2 Nomar Garciaparra 309

3 Alex Rodriguez 313

4 Mark McGwire 219

5 Sammy Sosa 273

6 Chipper Jones 297

7 Mike Piazza 333

8 Barry Larkin 305

9 Andruw Jones 273

10 Albert Belle 321

11 Jeff Bagwell 304

12 Tony Gwynn 339

13 Manny Ramirez 154

14 Mo Vaughn 304

15 Barry Bonds 290

16 Frank Thomas 286

17 Vladimir Guerrero 305

18 Derek Jeter 308

19 Randy Johnson 336

20 Greg Maddux 202

21 Pedro Martinez 298

22 Cal Ripken, Jr. 276

23 Ivan Rodriguez 232

24 Matt Williams 299

25 Javy Lopez 333

26 Tim Salmon 179

27 Raul Mondesi 295

28 Todd Helton 310

29 Magglio Ordonez 173

30 Sean Casey 269

31 Jeromy Burnitz 294

32 Jeff Kent 193

33 Jim Edmonds 294

34 Jim Thome 163

35 Dante Bichette 300

36 Larry Walker 225

37 Will Clark 302

38 Omar Vizquel 196

39 Mike Mussina 118

40 Eric Karros 177

41 Kenny Lofton 311

42 Dave Justice 214

43 Craig Biggio 318

44 J.D. Drew 35

45 Rickey Henderson 283

46 Bernie Williams 213

47 Brian Giles 157

48 Paul O'Neill 223

49 Orlando Hernandez 313

50 Jason Giambi 73

51 Curt Schilling 336

52 Scott Rolen 220

53 Mark Grace 310

54 Moises Alou 201

55 Jason Kendall 308

56 Ray Lankford 225

57 Kerry Wood 233

58 Gary Sheffield 202

59 Ruben Mateo 384

60 Darin Erstad 179

61 Troy Glaus 218

62 Jose Canseco 296

63 Wade Boggs 329

64 Tom Glavine 331

65 Gabe Kapler 5

66 Juan Gonzalez 301

67 Rafael Palmeiro 314

68 Richie Sexson 308

69 Carl Everett 209

70 David Wells 124

71 Carlos Delgado 333

72 Eric Davis 342

73 Shawn Green 77

74 Andres Galarraga 364

75 Edgar Martinez 318

76 Roberto Alomar 302

77 John Olerud 301

78 Luis Gonzalez 237

79 Kevin Brown 330

80 Roger Clemens 295

81 Josh Beckett RR 13

82 Alfonso Soriano RR 113

83 Alex Escobar RR 181

84 Pat Burrell RR 303

85 Eric Chavez RR 314

86 Erubiel Durazo RR 147

87 Abraham Nunez RR 106

88 Carlos Pena RR 46

89 Nick Johnson RR 259

90 Eric Munson RR 392

91 Corey Patterson RR 117

92 Wily Mo Pena RR 247

93 Rafael Furcal RR 137

94 Eric Valent RR 53

95 Mark Mulder RR 340

96 Chad Hutchinson RR 2

97 Freddy Garcia RR 397

98 Tim Hudson RR 17

99 Rick Ankiel RR 222

100 Kip Wells RR 371


"1999" Retroactive Season Stat Lines

1 Ken Griffey, Jr. 56

2 Nomar Garciaparra 35

3 Alex Rodriguez 42

4 Mark McGwire 70

5 Sammy Sosa 66

6 Chipper Jones 123

7 Mike Piazza 111

8 Barry Larkin 166

9 Andruw Jones 31

10 Albert Belle 49

11 Jeff Bagwell 164

12 Tony Gwynn 148

13 Manny Ramirez 145

14 Mo Vaughn 40

15 Barry Bonds 120

16 Frank Thomas 155

17 Vladimir Guerrero 38

18 Derek Jeter 127

19 Randy Johnson 19

20 Greg Maddux 5

21 Pedro Martinez 19

22 Cal Ripken, Jr. 163

23 Ivan Rodriguez 186

24 Matt Williams 136

25 Javy Lopez 106

26 Tim Salmon 139

27 Raul Mondesi 162

28 Todd Helton 25

29 Magglio Ordonez 151

30 Sean Casey 82

31 Jeromy Burnitz 125

32 Jeff Kent 128

33 Jim Edmonds 115

34 Jim Thome 129

35 Dante Bichette 122

36 Larry Walker 113

37 Will Clark 169

38 Omar Vizquel 166

39 Mike Mussina 175

40 Eric Karros 150

41 Kenny Lofton 54

42 Dave Justice 151

43 Craig Biggio 51

44 J.D. Drew 5

45 Rickey Henderson 66

46 Bernie Williams 26

47 Brian Giles 94

48 Paul O'Neill 116

49 Orlando Hernandez 12

50 Jason Giambi 166

51 Curt Schilling 15

52 Scott Rolen 31

53 Mark Grace 92

54 Moises Alou 124

55 Jason Kendall 175

56 Ray Lankford 156

57 Kerry Wood 13

58 Gary Sheffield 132

59 Ruben Mateo 134

60 Darin Erstad 159

61 Troy Glaus 1

62 Jose Canseco 46

63 Wade Boggs 122

64 Tom Glavine 20

65 Gabe Kapler 25

66 Juan Gonzalez 50

67 Rafael Palmeiro 121

68 Richie Sexson 11

69 Carl Everett 138

70 David Wells 163

71 Carlos Delgado 155

72 Eric Davis 148

73 Shawn Green 100

74 Andres Galarraga 44

75 Edgar Martinez 102

76 Roberto Alomar 166

77 John Olerud 22

78 Luis Gonzalez 146

79 Kevin Brown 18

80 Roger Clemens 20

81 Josh Beckett RR 178

82 Alfonso Soriano RR 7

83 Alex Escobar RR 27

84 Pat Burrell RR 7

85 Eric Chavez RR 33

86 Erubiel Durazo RR 19

87 Abraham Nunez RR 95

88 Carlos Pena RR 319

89 Nick Johnson RR 17

90 Eric Munson RR 16

91 Corey Patterson RR 22

92 Wily Mo Pena RR 7

93 Rafael Furcal RR 88

94 Eric Valent RR 13

95 Mark Mulder RR 113

96 Chad Hutchinson RR 51

97 Freddy Garcia RR 10

98 Tim Hudson RR 152

99 Rick Ankiel RR 12

100 Kip Wells RR 135


"1999" Retroactive Diamond Kings

This five-card set features Diamond King cards that Donruss would have produced had they been around 1999. The design is based on the "Gridiron Kings" insert from 1999 Donruss Football. Each card is serial numbered to 2500 copies, with a "Studio Series" version (complete with faux canvas fronts) numbered to 250.

The insertion ratio was not listed, but on average every fifth hobby box (1:120/hobby packs)yielded a DK.

1 Scott Rolen

2 Sammy Sosa

3 Juan Gonzalez

4 Ken Griffey, Jr.

5 Derek Jeter


"2000" Retroactive

Overall odds of finding a "2000" Retroactive short set card, Rated Rookie, Stat Line, or "2000" Diamond King: one-per retail pack.

Short Set

1 Vladimir Guerrero

2 Alex Rodriguez

3 Ken Griffey, Jr.

4 Nomar Garciaparra

5 Mike Piazza

6 Mark McGwire

7 Sammy Sosa

8 Chipper Jones

9 Jim Edmonds

10 Tony Gwynn

11 Andruw Jones

12 Albert Belle

13 Jeff Bagwell

14 Manny Ramirez

15 Mo Vaughn

16 Barry Bonds

17 Frank Thomas

18 Ivan Rodriguez

19 Derek Jeter

20 Randy Johnson

21 Greg Maddux

22 Pedro Martinez

23 Cal Ripken, Jr.

24 Mark Grace

25 Javy Lopez

26 Ray Durham

27 Todd Helton

28 Magglio Ordonez

29 Sean Casey

30 Darin Erstad

31 Barry Larkin

32 Will Clark

33 Jim Thome

34 Dante Bichette

35 Larry Walker

36 Ken Caminiti

37 Omar Vizquel

38 Miguel Tejada

39 Eric Karros

40 Gary Sheffield

41 Jeff Cirillo

42 Rondell White

43 Rickey Henderson

44 Bernie Williams

45 Brian Giles

46 Paul O'Neill

47 Orlando Hernandez

48 Ben Grieve

49 Jason Giambi

50 Curt Schilling

51 Scott Rolen

52 Bob Abreu

53 Jason Kendall

54 Fernando Tatis

55 Jeff Kent

56 Mike Mussina

57 Troy Glaus

58 Jose Canseco

59 Wade Boggs

60 Fred McGriff

61 Juan Gonzalez

62 Rafael Palmeiro

63 Rusty Greer

64 Carl Everett

65 David Wells

66 Carlos Delgado

67 Shawn Green

68 Dave Justice

69 Edgar Martinez

70 Andres Galarraga

71 Roberto Alomar

72 Jermaine Dye

73 John Olerud

74 Luis Gonzalez

75 Craig Biggio

76 Kevin Millwood

77 Kevin Brown

78 John Smoltz

79 Roger Clemens

80 Mike Hampton


Rated Rookies

Cards 81-100 make up a "Rated Rookies" subset and are numbered to 2000 copies. Although the exact insertion ratio was not listed, it is believed that the Rated Rookies were inserted at the rate of 1:24/retail packs.

Cards #82 and #95 -- originally scheduled to be Brian Cole and Ben Sheets -- packed out as redemptions. Cole was pulled from the set due to his untimely death during the 2000-2001 off-season, and Sheets was yanked as he had been dropped from the Brewers' 40-man roster. Originally Cole was to be replaced by C.C. Sabathia, and Sheets with Ichiro Suzuki. Sabathia had to be pulled for the same reason Sheets was: he was moved off of Cleveland's 40-man roster. The choice of replacing Sheets with Ichiro was curious to say the least, as he had played the 2000 season in Japan.

By the time the product went live, Sheets was put back on the 40-man roster and allowed to be included. So the redemption for card #82 (originally Cole, then Sabathia) was fulfilled with Sheets, and Sheets' original card (#95) was fulfilled by Suzuki. Confused yet? Well both the Sheets and Suzuki exchange cards -- the ones mailed back to collectors -- were numbered as "95." It is unknown exactly how many Ichiro and Sheets exchange cards were actually fulfilled.

In 2007, The Cardboard Junkie (http://cardjunk.blogspot.com/2007/11/2007-cy-young-award-winners.html) scanned a "2000" Retroactive Rated Rookie of C.C. Sabathia to his popular baseball card blog. When inquired about it, he claims that he received it from Donruss-Playoff as a bonus after sending an unrelated redemption card. Although the Junkie's "2000" Sabathia is serial numbered "247/500," it is unclear just how many Sabathia's are on the market.

81 Tomas De La Rosa 2000

82 C.C. Sabathia EXCH 500

83 Ryan Christenson 2000

84 Pedro Feliz 2000

85 Jose Ortiz 2000

86 Xavier Nady RR 2000

87 Julio Zuleta 2000

88 Jason Hart RR 2000

89 Keith Ginter 2000

90 Brent Abernathy 2000

91 Timo Perez 2000

92 Juan Pierre 2000

93 Tike Redman 2000

94 Mike Lamb 2000

95a Ichiro Suzuki EXCH 2000

95b Ben Sheets EXCH 2000

96 Kazuhiro Sasaki 2000

97 Barry Zito RR 2000

98 Adam Bernero 2000

99 Chad Durbin 2000

100 Matt Ginter 2000


"2000" Retroactive Career Stat Lines

It is believed that the odds of finding either a "2000" CSL or SSL was one in 1:24/retail packs. Again, cards #82 and #95 packed out as redemptions. But for some strange reason, C.C. Sabathia (who was pulled from the regular "2000" Retroactive set) was included in both the CSLs and SSLs as card #82 -- even though he should have been pulled. Card #95 was fulfilled with Ichiro Suzuki. Ben Sheets, who was one of the two card #95s in the base set, is not included in either the CSL or SSL parallel sets.

1 Vladimir Guerrero 92

2 Alex Rodriguez 148

3 Ken Griffey, Jr. 320

4 Nomar Garciaparra 322

5 Mike Piazza 240

6 Mark McGwire 240

7 Sammy Sosa 206

8 Chipper Jones 153

9 Jim Edmonds 161

10 Tony Gwynn 339

11 Andruw Jones 257

12 Albert Belle 352

13 Jeff Bagwell 263

14 Manny Ramirez 203

15 Mo Vaughn 219

16 Barry Bonds 288

17 Frank Thomas 301

18 Ivan Rodriguez 261

19 Derek Jeter 63

20 Randy Johnson 160

21 Greg Maddux 221

22 Pedro Martinez 107

23 Cal Ripken, Jr. 44

24 Mark Grace 137

25 Javy Lopez 283

26 Ray Durham 152

27 Todd Helton 221

28 Magglio Ordonez 193

29 Sean Casey 281

30 Darin Erstad 301

31 Barry Larkin 168

32 Will Clark 263

33 Jim Thome 196

34 Dante Bichette 239

35 Larry Walker 262

36 Ken Caminiti 209

37 Omar Vizquel 223

38 Miguel Tejada 139

39 Eric Karros 225

40 Gary Sheffield 236

41 Jeff Cirillo 186

42 Rondell White 141

43 Rickey Henderson 278

44 Bernie Williams 241

45 Brian Giles 81

46 Paul O'Neill 242

47 Orlando Hernandez 288

48 Ben Grieve 199

49 Jason Giambi 152

50 Curt Schilling 338

51 Scott Rolen 297

52 Bob Abreu 209

53 Jason Kendall 281

54 Fernando Tatis 194

55 Jeff Kent 161

56 Mike Mussina 136

57 Troy Glaus 168

58 Jose Canseco 196

59 Wade Boggs 118

60 Fred McGriff 20

61 Juan Gonzalez 282

62 Rafael Palmeiro 361

63 Rusty Greer 13

64 Carl Everett 300

65 David Wells 274

66 Carlos Delgado 149

67 Shawn Green 119

68 Dave Justice 215

69 Edgar Martinez 320

70 Andres Galarraga 121

71 Roberto Alomar 151

72 Jermaine Dye 201

73 John Olerud 172

74 Luis Gonzalez 282

75 Craig Biggio 152

76 Kevin Millwood 40

77 Kevin Brown 157

78 John Smoltz 168

79 Roger Clemens 304

80 Mike Hampton 70

81 Tomas De La Rosa RR 76

82 C.C. Sabathia RR EXCH 6

83 Ryan Christenson RR 9

84 Pedro Feliz RR 45

85 Jose Ortiz RR 90

86 Xavier Nady RR 175

87 Julio Zuleta RR 295

88 Jason Hart RR 19

89 Keith Ginter RR 188

90 Brent Abernathy RR 254

91 Timo Perez RR 5

92 Juan Pierre RR 104

93 Tike Redman RR 151

94 Mike Lamb RR 240

95 Ichiro Suzuki RR EXCH 159

96 Kazuhiro Sasaki RR 229

97 Barry Zito RR 6

98 Adam Bernero RR 254

99 Chad Durbin RR 3

100 Matt Ginter RR 300


"2000" Retroactive Season Stat Lines

1 Vladimir Guerrero 42

2 Alex Rodriguez 42

3 Ken Griffey, Jr. 26

4 Nomar Garciaparra 103

5 Mike Piazza 40

6 Mark McGwire 65

7 Sammy Sosa 63

8 Chipper Jones 45

9 Jim Edmonds 51

10 Tony Gwynn 139

11 Andruw Jones 26

12 Albert Belle 37

13 Jeff Bagwell 42

14 Manny Ramirez 44

15 Mo Vaughn 63

16 Barry Bonds 91

17 Frank Thomas 36

18 Ivan Rodriguez 35

19 Derek Jeter 37

20 Randy Johnson 17

21 Greg Maddux 19

22 Pedro Martinez 23

23 Cal Ripken, Jr. 27

24 Mark Grace 183

25 Javy Lopez 78

26 Ray Durham 30

27 Todd Helton 35

28 Magglio Ordonez 30

29 Sean Casey 99

30 Darin Erstad 148

31 Barry Larkin 75

32 Will Clark 76

33 Jim Thome 101

34 Dante Bichette 38

35 Larry Walker 37

36 Ken Caminiti 56

37 Omar Vizquel 36

38 Miguel Tejada 93

39 Eric Karros 74

40 Gary Sheffield 34

41 Jeff Cirillo 98

42 Rondell White 83

43 Rickey Henderson 37

44 Bernie Williams 25

45 Brian Giles 39

46 Paul O'Neill 70

47 Orlando Hernandez 157

48 Ben Grieve 80

49 Jason Giambi 33

50 Curt Schilling 152

51 Scott Rolen 26

52 Bob Abreu 11

53 Jason Kendall 93

54 Fernando Tatis 107

55 Jeff Kent 40

56 Mike Mussina 18

57 Troy Glaus 85

58 Jose Canseco 34

59 Wade Boggs 88

60 Fred McGriff 30

61 Juan Gonzalez 39

62 Rafael Palmeiro 47

63 Rusty Greer 41

64 Carl Everett 86

65 David Wells 17

66 Carlos Delgado 44

67 Shawn Green 45

68 Dave Justice 88

69 Edgar Martinez 35

70 Andres Galarraga 44

71 Roberto Alomar 40

72 Jermaine Dye 44

73 John Olerud 96

74 Luis Gonzalez 45

75 Craig Biggio 56

76 Kevin Millwood 68

77 Kevin Brown 18

78 John Smoltz 66

79 Roger Clemens 14

80 Mike Hampton 22

81 Tomas De La Rosa RR 122

82 C.C. Sabathia RR EXCH 76

83 Ryan Christenson RR 56

84 Pedro Feliz RR 13

85 Jose Ortiz RR 107

86 Xavier Nady RR 23

87 Julio Zuleta RR 21

88 Jason Hart RR 168

89 Keith Ginter RR 13

90 Brent Abernathy RR 168

91 Timo Perez RR 4

92 Juan Pierre RR 187

93 Tike Redman RR 143

94 Mike Lamb RR 177

95 Ichiro Suzuki RR EXCH 8

96 Kazuhiro Sasaki RR 34

97 Barry Zito RR 97

98 Adam Bernero RR 80

99 Chad Durbin RR 3

100 Matt Ginter RR 66


"2000" Retroactive Diamond Kings

This five-card set features Diamond King cards that Donruss would have produced had they been around in 2000. The design is based on the "Gridiron Kings" from 2000 Donruss Football. Each card is serial numbered to 2500 copies, with a "Studio Series" version (complete with faux canvas fronts) numbered to 250. The insertion ratio was not listed, but on average every seventh retail blaster box (1:119/retail packs) yielded a DK.

DK1 Frank Thomas

DK2 Greg Maddux

DK3 Alex Rodriguez

DK4 Jeff Bagwell

DK5 Manny Ramirez


All-Time Diamond Kings

A Diamond Kings set featuring ten Hall of Famers. What's not to like? Each card is serial numbered to 2500 copies, with a Studio Series parallel version numbered to 250, with the first fifty copies autographed.

Both Willie Mays and Hank Aaron's cards packed out as redemptions. On the provisional checklist, Mays was scheduled to be card #ATDK9. However the exchange card was numbered as ATDK1. Therefore, this set is skip-numbered.


ATDK1a Frank Robinson

ATDK2 Harmon Killebrew

ATDK3 Mike Schmidt

ATDK4 Reggie Jackson

ATDK5 Nolan Ryan

ATDK6 George Brett

ATDK7 Tom Seaver

ATDK8 Hank Aaron EXCH

ATDK10 Stan Musial

ATDK1b Willie Mays EXCH


Diamond Kings

The first new Diamond Kings in three years. All cards in this twenty-card set are numbered to 2500, with a Studio Series parallel numbered to 250. Donruss got some players to autograph the first fifty copies of their Studio Series DK, but not all. Therefore, there are some SSDK's that are limited to 200 copies, and other to 250. Those players who did not sign are designated with a caret (See Below).

DK1 Alex Rodriguez

DK2 Cal Ripken, Jr.

DK3 Mark McGwire

DK4 Ken Griffey, Jr.

DK5 Derek Jeter

DK6 Nomar Garciaparra

DK7 Mike Piazza

DK8 Roger Clemens

DK9 Greg Maddux

DK10 Chipper Jones

DK11 Tony Gwynn

DK12 Barry Bonds

DK13 Sammy Sosa

DK14 Vladimir Guerrero

DK15 Frank Thomas

DK16 Troy Glaus

DK17 Todd Helton

DK18 Ivan Rodriguez

DK19 Pedro Martinez

DK20 Carlos Delgado


Diamond King Reprints

This set reprints twenty Diamond Kings from previous Donruss sets. Each is serial numbered to the year in which the original Diamond King was produced.

In addition, all of the players -- except Griffey, Jr. -- signed for set. The Autographed Diamond King Reprints are discussed in the "Autograph and Game Used" section.

Griffey, Jr's. card is an uncorrected error. Since Griffey, Jr's. card is a reprint of his 1990 Donruss Diamond King, it should have been serial numbered to 1990 copies instead of 1989.


DKR1 Rod Carew 1982

DKR2 Nolan Ryan 1982

DKR3 Tom Seaver 1982

DKR4 Carlton Fisk 1982

DKR5 Reggie Jackson 1983

DKR6 Steve Carlton 1983

DKR7 Johnny Bench 1983

DKR8 Joe Morgan 1983

DKR9 Mike Schmidt 1984

DKR10 Wade Boggs 1984

DKR11 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1985

DKR12 Tony Gwynn 1985

DKR13 Andre Dawson 1986

DKR14 Ozzie Smith 1987

DKR15 George Brett 1987

DKR16 Dave Winfield 1987

DKR17 Paul Molitor 1988

DKR18 Will Clark 1988

DKR19 Robin Yount EXCH 1989

DKR20 Ken Griffey, Jr. 1989


Elite Series

The twenty most "l33t" players in the game. All the usual suspects are included. Each is numbered to 2500, with an Elite Dominators parallel numbered to 25.

ES-1 Vladimir Guerrero

ES-2 Cal Ripken, Jr.

ES-3 Greg Maddux

ES-4 Alex Rodriguez

ES-5 Barry Bonds

ES-6 Chipper Jones

ES-7 Derek Jeter

ES-8 Ivan Rodriguez

ES-9 Ken Griffey, Jr.

ES-10 Mark McGwire

ES-11 Mike Piazza

ES-12 Nomar Garciaparra

ES-13 Pedro Martinez

ES-14 Randy Johnson

ES-15 Roger Clemens

ES-16 Sammy Sosa

ES-17 Tony Gwynn

ES-18 Darin Erstad

ES-19 Andruw Jones

ES-20 Bernie Williams


Longball Leaders

Set features the twenty top home run hitters from the 2000 season. Each is numbered to 1000 copies, with a die-cut Season Production parallel numbered to the home runs hit (listed below in parenthesis) in the 2000 season.

LL-1 Vladimir Guerrero 44

LL-2 Alex Rodriguez 41

LL-3 Barry Bonds 49

LL-4 Troy Glaus 47

LL-5 Frank Thomas 43

LL-6 Jeff Bagwell 47

LL-7 Todd Helton 42

LL-8 Ken Griffey, Jr. 40

LL-9 Manny Ramirez 38

LL-10 Mike Piazza 38

LL-11 Sammy Sosa 50

LL-12 Carlos Delgado 41

LL-13 Jim Edmonds 42

LL-14 Jason Giambi 43

LL-15 Dave Justice 41

LL-16 Rafael Palmeiro 39

LL-17 Gary Sheffield 43

LL-18 Jim Thome 37

LL-19 Tony Batista 41

LL-20 Richard Hidalgo 44


Production Line

This massive sixty-card set features 2000's league leaders in three offensive statistics. Cards 1-20 are the leaders in on-base percentage, 21-40 in slugging percentage, and 41-60 in the power index -- a stat more commonly referred to as "on-base plus slugging," and even more commonly referred to as simply "OPS." Each card is serial numbered to the player's respective 2000 stat in that category multiplied by 1000.

For example, Todd Helton's on-base percentage in 2000 was .463; therefore, his Production Line insert (card #PL3) is numbered to 463 copies. In addition, the first 100 copies of each card are die-cut. So, using the Helton example, there are 100 die-cuts and the remaining 363 are not.

The production figures listed below are for the non-die-cut.

PL-1 Jason Giambi OBP 376

PL-2 Carlos Delgado OBP 370

PL-3 Todd Helton OBP 363

PL-4 Manny Ramirez OBP 357

PL-5 Barry Bonds OBP 340

PL-6 Gary Sheffield OBP 338

PL-7 Frank Thomas OBP 336

PL-8 Nomar Garciaparra OBP 334

PL-9 Brian Giles OBP 332

PL-10 Edgardo Alfonzo OBP 325

PL-11 Jeff Kent OBP 324

PL-12 Jeff Bagwell OBP 324

PL-13 Edgar Martinez OBP 323

PL-14 Alex Rodriguez OBP 320

PL-15 Luis Castillo OBP 318

PL-16 Will Clark OBP 318

PL-17 Jorge Posada OBP 317

PL-18 Derek Jeter OBP 316

PL-19 Bob Abreu OBP 316

PL-20 Moises Alou OBP 316

PL-21 Todd Helton SLG 598

PL-22 Manny Ramirez SLG 597

PL-23 Barry Bonds SLG 588

PL-24 Carlos Delgado SLG 564

PL-25 Vladimir Guerrero SLG 564

PL-26 Jason Giambi SLG 547

PL-27 Gary Sheffield SLG 543

PL-28 Richard Hidalgo SLG 536

PL-29 Sammy Sosa SLG 534

PL-30 Frank Thomas SLG 535

PL-31 Moises Alou SLG 523

PL-32 Jeff Bagwell SLG 515

PL-33 Mike Piazza SLG 514

PL-34 Alex Rodriguez SLG 506

PL-35 Troy Glaus SLG 504

PL-36 Nomar Garciaparra SLG 499

PL-37 Jeff Kent SLG 496

PL-38 Brian Giles SLG 494

PL-39 Geoff Jenkins SLG 488

PL-40 Carl Everett SLG 487

PL-41 Todd Helton PI 1061

PL-42 Manny Ramirez PI 1054

PL-43 Carlos Delgado PI 1034

PL-44 Barry Bonds PI 1028

PL-45 Jason Giambi PI 1023

PL-46 Gary Sheffield PI 981

PL-47 Vladimir Guerrero PI 974

PL-48 Frank Thomas PI 961

PL-49 Sammy Sosa PI 940

PL-50 Moises Alou PI 939

PL-51 Jeff Bagwell PI 939

PL-52 Nomar Garciaparra PI 933

PL-53 Richard Hidalgo PI 927

PL-54 Alex Rodriguez PI 926

PL-55 Brian Giles PI 926

PL-56 Jeff Kent PI 920

PL-57 Mike Piazza PI 912

PL-58 Troy Glaus PI 908

PL-59 Edgar Martinez PI 902

PL-60 Jim Edmonds PI 894


Rookie Reprints

Similar in concept to the Diamond King Reprints, just subsitute "Rookie Cards" for "Diamond Kings" and you get the idea here. Please note as there are two cards numbered RR39, as Jeff Kent -- who is on the checklist as card #RR40 -- was erroneously printed as card #RR39.

RR39b Jeff Kent 1992

RR1 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1982

RR2 Wade Boggs 1983

RR3 Tony Gwynn 1983

RR4 Ryne Sandberg 1983

RR5 Don Mattingly 1984

RR6 Joe Carter 1984

RR7 Roger Clemens 1985

RR8 Kirby Puckett 1985

RR9 Orel Hershiser 1985

RR10 Andres Galarraga 1986

RR11 Jose Canseco 1986

RR12 Fred McGriff 1986

RR13 Paul O'Neill 1986

RR14 Mark McGwire 1987

RR15 Barry Bonds 1987

RR16 Kevin Brown 1987

RR17 David Cone 1987

RR18 Rafael Palmeiro 1987

RR19 Barry Larkin 1987

RR20 Bo Jackson 1987

RR21 Greg Maddux 1987

RR22 Roberto Alomar 1988

RR23 Mark Grace 1988

RR24 David Wells 1988

RR25 Tom Glavine 1988

RR26 Matt Williams 1988

RR27 Ken Griffey, Jr. 1989

RR28 Randy Johnson 1989

RR29 Gary Sheffield 1989

RR30 Craig Biggio 1989

RR31 Curt Schilling 1989

RR32 Larry Walker 1990

RR33 Bernie Williams 1990

RR34 Sammy Sosa 1990

RR35 Juan Gonzalez 1990

RR36 Dave Justice 1990

RR37 Ivan Rodriguez 1991

RR38 Jeff Bagwell 1991

RR39a Many Ramirez 1992


Autographs and Game Used

Autographed "2000" Retroactive Studio Series Diamond Kings

Alex Rodriguez signed the first fifty copies of his "2000" SSDK for random insertion into 2001 Donruss retail packs.

Autographed Studio Series All-Time Diamond Kings

This is an autographed parallel of the Studio Series All-Time Diamond Kings, which itself is a parallel of the All-Time Diamond Kings. Each SSATDK was numbered to 250 copies, with the first 50 signed by the player. In other words, SSATDK's numbered 1 through 50 are autographed, 51 through 250 are not.

Cards numbered ATDK5, 8, and 9 packed out as redemptions. And just like in the regular ATDK set, Willie Mays' exchange card (originally #ATDK9) was numbered as #ATDK1.

ATDK1 Frank Robinson 50

ATDK2 Harmon Killebrew 50

ATDK3 Mike Schmidt 50

ATDK4 Reggie Jackson 50

ATDK5 Nolan Ryan EXCH 50

ATDK6 George Brett 50

ATDK7 Tom Seaver 50

ATDK8 Hank Aaron EXCH 50

ATDK10 Stan Musial 50

ATDK1 Willie Mays EXCH 50


Autographed Anniversary Originals

Each hobby box of 2001 Donruss came with a classic Donruss card that was re-purchased by Playoff and graded by BGS. In addition, twelve players agreed to autograph some of their cards before submission. Unfortunately, only three cards were available for packout, which led Donruss to include slabbed redemption cards for the other nine players. I'm not making that up. Donruss actually had BGS slab frickin' redemption cards!

82-405 Cal Ripken, Jr. EXCH 23

83-277 Ryne Sandberg 24

83-279 Cal Ripken, Jr. EXCH 2

83-586 Wade Boggs EXCH 25

83-598 Tony Gwynn 24

84-248 Don Mattingly EXCH 25

87-36 Greg Maddux EXCH 25

87-43 Rafael Palmeiro EXCH 250

87-361 Barry Bonds EXCH 250

88-34 Roberto Alomar EXCH 250

88-644 Tom Glavine EXCH 250

89-42 Randy Johnson EXCH 25

90-704 Dave Justice 24


Bat Kings/Autographed Bat Kings

This set features five players from the regular Diamond Kings and five from the All-Time Diamond Kings. The cards have a reprint of their Diamond King next to an oval shaped splinter of one of their game-used bats. Each is serial numbered to 250 copies.

The first fifty copies of each were due to have an autograph; however, four players did not submit their Autographed Bat Kings in time, and Donruss was forced to replace them with redemption cards. Three of the four players (I. Rodriguez, T. Helton, and T. Glaus) eventually did send in their autographs, but Donruss was unable to get Barry Bonds to send his in. To make it up to collectors, each Barry Bonds Autographed Bat King redemption was fulfilled with an un-autographed Bat King card and an autographed Barry Bonds Recollection Collection autograph (see below).

BK1 Ivan Rodriguez EXCH 50

BK2 Tony Gwynn 50

BK3 Barry Bonds 50

BK4 Todd Helton EXCH 50

BK5 Troy Glaus EXCH 50

BK6 Mike Schmidt 50

BK7 Reggie Jackson 50

BK8 Harmon Killebrew 50

BK9 Frank Robinson 50

BK10 Hank Aaron 50


Autographed Studio Series Diamond Kings

Same deal as the Autographed Studio Series All-Time Diamond Kings, except that only 11 of the 20 players agreed to sign. for all 20 players, each SSDK was numbered to 250 copies. For the eleven players who signed, the first fifty copies of each SSDK are autographed and the remaining 200 are un-signed. Nine of the twelve cards packed out as redemptions.

DK1 Alex Rodriguez EXCH 50

DK2 Cal Ripken, Jr. 50

DK8 Roger Clemens EXCH 50

DK9 Greg Maddux 50

DK10 Chipper Jones EXCH 50

DK11 Tony Gwynn 50

DK12 Barry Bonds EXCH 50

DK14 Vladimir Guerrero EXCH 50

DK16 Troy Glaus EXCH 50

DK17 Todd Helton EXCH 50

DK18 Ivan Rodriguez EXCH 50


Autographed Diamond Kings Reprints

This set is an autographed parallel of the Diamond Kings Reprints. Each card is serial numbered to the year the card made its appearance in the Donruss set, minus 1900. Eleven of the nineteen autographees packed out as redemptions.

Since Ken Griffey, Jr. was under an exclusive autograph contract to Upper Deck, Donruss was unable to have him autograph any of his DKR cards. Since he was the only player unable to sign, Donruss simply made a special un-autographed parallel numbered to only 89 copies, to round out the set. As mentioned in the listing for the regular DKR's, the Griffey, Jr. is an un-corrected error, as the card reprinted was in the 1990 Donruss set, not the '89 one. DKR1 Rod Carew EXCH 82

DKR2 Nolan Ryan EXCH 82

DKR3 Tom Seaver 82

DKR4 Carlton Fisk EXCH 82

DKR5 Reggie Jackson 83

DKR6 Steve Carlton EXCH 83

DKR7 Johnny Bench 83

DKR8 Joe Morgan 83

DKR9 Mike Schmidt 84

DKR10 Wade Boggs EXCH 84

DKR11 Cal Ripken, Jr. EXCH 85

DKR12 Tony Gwynn 85

DKR13 Andre Dawson EXCH 86

DKR14 Ozzie Smith EXCH 87

DKR15 George Brett 87

DKR16 Dave Winfield EXCH 87

DKR17 Paul Molitor 88

DKR18 Will Clark EXCH 87

DKR19 Robin Yount EXCH 89

DKR20 Ken Griffey, Jr. NO AU UER 89


Jersey Kings/Autographed Jersey Kings

Same concept as the Bat Kings, only with different players and a different piece of game used material. Each card is numbered to 250 copies, with the first 50 autographed.

Cards #JK4 and JK10 were listed on the checklist as "To Be Determined." Therefore all 250 copies (50 autographed and 200 unautographed) packed out as redemptions. Only later, months after 2001 Donruss went live, did Donruss reveal who those players were (Chipper Jones and Ozzie Smith respectively). In addition, the autographed cards of four players did not arrive in time for inclusion in the product, so Donruss went the redemption route.

JK1 Vladimir Guerrero EXCH 50

JK2 Cal Ripken, Jr. EXCH 50

JK3 Greg Maddux 50

JK4 Chipper Jones EXCH 50

JK5 Roger Clemens EXCH 50

JK6 George Brett 50

JK7 Tom Seaver 50

JK8 Nolan Ryan EXCH 50

JK9 Stan Musial 50

JK10 Ozzie Smith EXCH 50


Recollection Collection

Both Alex Rodriguez and Barry Bonds each signed 100 cards for random inclusion in the 2001 Donruss set. All of A-Rod's cards packed out as exchange cards, which makes sense since 70 of the 100 cards he signed were 2001 Donruss cards. (For the record, he signed 30 "2000" Retroactive inserts and 40 '01 base cards). 50 of the 100 cards Barry Bonds signed were sent to collectors who pulled a redemption card for an autographed Bat King. Since there were only 50 redemption cards, it is unclear what happened to the other 50 cards Donruss said Bonds signed.

BB1 Barry Bonds 1988 25

BB2 Barry Bonds 1989 25

BB3 Barry Bonds 1990 50

RC1 Alex Rodriguez 1997 10

RC2 Alex Rodriguez 1998 20

RC3 Alex Rodriguez 2001 "2000" Retro 30

RC4 Alex Rodriguez 2001 40


Autographed Rookie Reprints

Much like the Autographed Diamond King Reprints, this 26-card set partially parallels the Rookie Reprint set. All cards are serial numbered to the year of the player's rookie card, minus 1900.

21 of the 26 cards packed out as redemptions, one of which was redeemable for an autograph of a player not represented in the Rookie Reprint set. Donruss was unable to get David Wells to sign, so redemption card #RR24 was fulfilled with an autographed reprint of Luis Gonzalez's 1991 Donruss card (numbered to 91 copies). Since there were only 88 redemption cards, it is unclear what happened to the three extra cards Gonzalez signed -- if he signed them at all.

RR1 Cal Ripken, Jr. EXCH 82

RR2 Wade Boggs EXCH 83

RR3 Tony Gwynn 83

RR4 Ryne Sandberg 83

RR5 Don Mattingly EXCH 84

RR6 Joe Carter 84

RR7 Roger Clemens EXCH 85

RR8 Kirby Puckett EXCH 85

RR9 Orel Hershiser EXCH 85

RR10 Andres Galarraga EXCH 86

RR15 Barry Bonds EXCH 87

RR16 Kevin Brown EXCH 87

RR17 David Cone EXCH 87

RR18 Rafael Palmeiro EXCH 87

RR20 Bo Jackson EXCH 87

RR21 Greg Maddux 87

RR22 Roberto Alomar EXCH 88

RR24 Luis Gonzalez EXCH 91

RR25 Tom Glavine EXCH 88

RR28 Randy Johnson EXCH 89

RR29 Gary Sheffield EXCH 89

RR31 Curt Schilling EXCH 89

RR35 Juan Gonzalez EXCH 90

RR36 Dave Justice 90

RR37 Ivan Rodriguez EXCH 91

RR39 Manny Ramirez EXCH 92


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