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All-New Triple Threads Taking High-End Cards to a New Level

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Topps is set to enter the high-end baseball card market with its ground-breaking 2006 Topps Triple Threads Baseball and everyone is buzzing.

Not only will this product feature some of the greatest players to ever step on the diamond, it will feature some of the coolest cards this hobby has ever seen with its array of star power, unique die-cuts, combinations and creativity. For the first time ever, collectors will have a shot at legendary Josh Gibson's Bat Relic card, a Mickey Mantle Suit Relic card, memorabilia pieces embedded in a printing plate and much more. To see more amazing cards, log onto http://www.topps.com/sports/Triple_Threads/TripleThreads.htm.

And it's called Triple Threads for a reason every memorabilia card is a Triple Relic. And if you want value and collectibility, every Triple Relic is sequentially numbered to just 3, 9 or 18.

Here's the 2-pack box breakdown:

1 Autographed Triple Relic Card
1 Triple Relic Card (#'d 3, 9 or 18)
2 Parallel Cards (#'d 1, 25, 50, 99 or 150)
2 Insert Cards
6 Base Cards

And if you like buying by the case, you're guaranteed:

1 of 1 "White Whale" Printing Plate Autographed Triple Relic
1 of 1 "White Whale" Triple Relic Card
1 Triple Autographed Triple Relic Card

The All-New Topps Triple Threads Baseball, which guarantees a Triple Relic and Autographed Triple Relic in every box, ships 3/27. With names like Mickey Mantle, Josh Gibson, Ted Williams, Barry Bonds, Ichiro, Roberto Clemente and Alex Rodriguez, Triple Threads is clearly a winner.

Source: The Topps Company, Inc.
Date: March 8, 2006

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