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Meet Four New Cooperstown Members


McFarlanes return to the home of baseball with this, their fifth series, of Cooperstown action figures. This season sees the return of the Cooperstown Series of MLB action figures.

The Copoperstown line of action figures has proved to be popular with both fans and collectors with its focus on past heroes of the diamond field.

Cooperstown Series 5 introduces four of baseballs greatest players for the first time and also includes two fan favorites in all new sculpts and a repaint, i.e. a Mickey Mantle batting right handed and a Mike Schmidt in the Phillies pinstripes.

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Hank Aaron Cooperstown 5

"I looked for the same pitch my whole career, a breaking ball. All of the time. I never worried about the fastball. They couldn't throw it past me, none of them."

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Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron was born in Mobile Alabama and was nicknamed "Hammer", "Hammerin Hank", or "Bad Henry". Aaron had seven brothers and sisters but only one of them played in the Major Leagues with him.

Coming from a poor family unable to buy any baseball equipment he had to make do with hitting bottle tops with a flat stick.

In high school he played out field and third base helped his team to the Negro High School Championships for two years on the run.

As well as his success in baseball he was also a good footballer and he was offered several football scholarships. However Hank preferred to play baseball and was keen to play in the major leagues.

In 1949, at the age of only 15, Aaron had his first try out for a major league franchise but it didn't go well and he didn't make the team and so he returned to school spending his last two years at the Josephine Allen Institute. He also joined the Mobile Black Bears an independent Negro league team until he was head-hunted by a scout for the Idianapolis Clowns in 1951.

In 1952 he was instrumental in helping the Clowns win the 1952 Negro League World Series and as a result of his outstanding performance he received offers from two major league clubs, the New York Giants and the Boston Braves. He decided to sign for the Braves who paid the Clowns $10,000 for him.

Initially he was assigned to one of their Northern League class C clubs which proved beneficial for Aaron as it helped him develop as a baseball player as well as helping him break his habit of hitting cross-handed.

In 1953 he was moved up to the Jacksonville Tars, their Class A affiliate club who went on to win that seasons championships, mainly due to Aaron's outstanding performance.

Hank led the league in runs, hits, doubles, total bases, RBI, and batting average that season and one sportswriter commented "Henry Aaron led the league in everything except hotel accommodations".

Before his promotion to the major leagues he spent a year in Puerto Rico where Mickey Owen helped Aaron improve his batting stance enabling him to hit the ball anywhere in the field more effectively. It was at this time that the Braves also requested that he start playing outfield.

His big break in the Major Leagues came in 1954 after fielder Bobby Thomson broke his ankle sliding for second base. Aaron made his major league debut on April 13, 1954 and hit his first home run on April 23.

The next seven seasons were to be Aaron's prime seasons although he only won one MVP during this time.

However in 1955 he made his first All-Star team, the first in a record run of 24 All-Star ganmes.

In 1957, in a game against the Cardinals, Aaron hit two home runs clinching the Brave's first pennant in Milwaukee and Aaron's team-mates carried him off the field. Milwaukee went on to win the World Series against the Yankees in which Aaron hit three home runs, seven RBI and hit a .393. He followed up by leading the Braves to another pennant in 1958, but this time they lost the seven game series to the Yankees.

In 1965 the Braves moved from Milwaukee to Atlanta, Georgia. The following years saw him achieve several career milestones including his 537th home run in 1969 and his 3,000 hit in 1970 making him the first player to achieve both.

The following season he became only the third to player ever hit 600 home runs. He also hit more than 40 home runs in the season, setting a new league record of seven seasons with 40 or more home runs.

The 1973 season saw Hank Aaron chase Babe Ruth's home run record and as the media hyped the chase the Braves had to hire a secretary to help sort his mail. By the end of the season he was one short of Babe Ruth's record of 714 home runs.

Over the winter months, before the start of the 1974 season, Aaron received many death threats from fans who didn't want to see a black man beat Babe Ruth's record.

At the start of the season the Braves were going to sit Aaron out of the first few games on order to allow him to beat the record in Atlanta but the Baseball Commisioner ruled that he had to play in at least two of the first three games. As a result he equlled Ruth's record in his first at-bat but he didn't hit another home run in the series.

After the teams return home, and in front of a record attendance of 53,775 fans on April 8, Hank Aaron hit the ball outfield into the Braves bullpen for his 715 home run to surpass Babe Ruth's record. As cannons fired around the stadium and the crowd erupted two college students ran onto the field alongside Aaron as he cirled the base paths.

By the end of the season he had hit his 733rd homer, a record which stood until Barry Bonds beat it in 2006 although Bonds record has been marred by the contraversy over whether he took performance enhancing drugs to achieve it.

A few days later the Braves traded Aaron to the Malwaukee Brewers, enabling him to take advantage of the Designated Hitters rule and extend his career, as a result he went on to break Babe Ruth's all time RBI record by achieving an RBI of 2,217.

Hank Aaron hit his last home run on July 20, 1976 at Milwaukee County Stadium giving him a career total of 755.

On February 5, 1999 on his 65 birthday the MLB announced it was introducing the Hank Aaron Award to honor the best offensive player of the American and National leagues each season and it was not only the first major award to be introduced in 30 years but the first to be named after a player still living.

The Sporting News also named him as the fifth greatest player of all time in its 100 Greatest Baseball Players list and he was elected to the MLB All-Century Team.

He has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002 which is the highest award that a civilian can receive. There are also statues of him outside the front entrance of both Turner Field and Miller Park.

Career Highlights

  • 1957 NL MVP
  • 3 times winner of Gold Glove-OF
  • 1956 and 1963 Sporting News NL Player of the Year
  • 1970 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
  • 24 All Star Appearances
  • 1957 winner World Series
  • Second place on the total number of home runs list with 755 which he held from 1974-2007
  • Only player to hit 30 home runs in 15 seasons
  • Only player ever to hit 20 or more home runs in 20 seasons
  • Total bases 6,856
  • RBI 2,297
  • Extra base hits 1,477

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Measures 5 3/4 inches to top of helmet.

Articulated at neck and biceps.

Custom home-plate base measures5 3/8 inches wide by 5 inches.



Mickey Mantle 2 Cooperstown 5

"My dad taught me to switch hit. He and my grandfather, who was left handed, pitched to me everyday after school in the back yard. Ibatted lefty against my dad and right against my grandad"

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Born Mickey Charles Mantle in Spavinaw, Oklahoma on October 20, 1931 he played out his 18 year major league career with the New York Yankees.

His parents named him in honour of Philadelphia Athletics Hall of Fame catcher Mickey Cochrane.His father, who Mickey always spoke about warmly, died of cancer at the age of 39 just as Mickey's career was beginning.

Whilst at high school Mickey Mantle was a talented all round athlete and played basketball and football as well as baseball and was offered a football scholarship by the University of Oklahoma.

It was while playing football that an injury to his shin caused him to protract osteomyelitis, which a few years previously was incurable, and almost cost him his life and athletics career but luckily a newly available penicillin saved his leg from amputation.

However he continued to suffer from the effects of the disease throughout his career.

After being talented spotted by a Yankees scout at a Baxter Springs game in 1948 Mickey Mantle was promised that he would be signed the following year on his graduation day.

True to his word Tom Greenwade came back and signed him on his graduation day the following year for $400 to play the rest of the season and a $1,100 signing bonus.

Tom Greenwade was later quoted as saying Mickey was the best prospect he had ever seen.

Mickey's career was plagued by injuries many of which stemmed from his childhood injury when playing football. As a result he ritually applied thick wraps to both his knees before a game and by the end of his career even the simple act of swinging the bat would cause him to fall to one knee in pain.

It has often been wondered by baseball scholars "what if..."

Mickey Mantle played his last game on September 28, 1968 and his number 7 jersey was retired by the Yankees in 1969. At the time of his retirement Mickey was third on the all-time home run list with 536.

On Mickey Mantle Day June 8, 1969 as well as his number 7 uniform being retired he was given a plague that would hang on the center field wall at Yankee Stadium near the monuments to Babe Ruth, Miller Huggins and Joe DeMaggio.

Mickey later gave DeMaggio a similar plague stating to the crowd that "his should be a little higher than mine".These plaques and monuments were later moved to monument park when the stadium was renovated.

He was voted 17th on a list of "The 100 Greatest Baseball Players" by "The Sporting News" in 1999 and he was one of the nominees for the Major Leagues All Star Century Team and in 2006 he was featured on a US postage stamp.

Even after his death Mickey Mantle related memorabilia far outsells those other any other baseball player with perhaps the exception of Babe Ruth.

Career Highlights

  • AVG .298
  • Home Runs 536
  • Hits 2415
  • AL MVP 1956, 57, and '62
  • AL Triple Crown 1956
  • Highest League batting average 1956
  • Highest League Home Runs 1955, 56, 58, and '60
  • Led the League in RBIs in 1956
  • AL Gold Glove winner 1962
  • 16 times AL All-Star 1952-1965, 1967 and 1968
  • Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1974

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Figure measures 5 3/4 inches to top of helmet, 7 inches to top of raised bat.

Articulated at neck and biceps.

Custom home-plate base measures 5 3/8 inches wide by 5 inches deep.



Ty Cobb Cooperstown 5

"Baseball is a red blooded sport for red blooded men. It's no pink tea, and mollycoddles had better stay out. It's a struggle for supremacy, a survival of the fittest"

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Born on December 18, 1886 Iin Narrows, Georgia. He was the eldest of three children. Tyrus Raymond "Ty" Cobb, also nicknamed "The Georgia Peach" is considered to be one of the greatest players of all time.

Cobb is credited with setting 90 baseball records during his career and as of this year, 2007, he still holds several of them including the highest MLB batting average of .366.

Many of his other records remained his for 50 years or more proving his extraordinary talent as a sportsman and athelete although this was often overshadow by his bad temperament, alleged racism and violent reputation.

During his early days Ty Cobb played for the semi professional Royston Reds and the Augusta Tourists who cut Cobb two days into the season.

In August 1905 Ty Cobb was sold to the Detroit Tigers for a total of $1250. Later in the same month his father was accidentally shot to death by Cob's mother who thought his father was an intruder.

She was tried and found guilty of murder but was later aquitted in 1906. On August 30, 1905 he made his Major League debut with the Detroit Tigers.

Despite an unspectacular season he showed enough promise for the Detroit Tigers to give him an attractive contract with a $1200 salary. In 1921 Tigers owner, Frank Navin, signed Cobb as their new manager and he stayed with the Tigers until 1926 when he announced his retirement after 22 years with the club.

It was later revealed that both his and Tris Speaker's retirement were coerced in order to prevent a match fixing contraversy. After the allegations were made public Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis had to hold a hearing but due to Dutch Leonard's refusal to appear they were cleared of any wrong doingf and allowed to return to the previous clubs.

Cobb then became a free agent and signed with the Philadelphia Athletes. He played regularly for the A's in the 1927 season but due to his age and the abilities of their younger stars he played less frequently in his final season and he played his last game on September 11, 1928 after 23 consecutive seasons of hitting a .300 or better average.

Career Highlights

  • Batted over .320 for 22 straight seasons
  • Batted over .400 three times
  • Won the Triple Crown in 1909
  • In 1936 was one of the innaugural members of the Hall of Fame and received the most votes

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Measures 6 inches to top of cap. Articulated at neck and elbows. Custom home-plate base measures 5 ½ inches wide by 5 1/8 inches deep.



Mike Schmidt Cooperstown 5

"He brings such formidable attention and intelligence to bear on the enemy pitcher that one senses that the odds have almost been reversed. It is the man on the mound, not the one on the plate, who is in worse trouble from the start" - author Roger Angell on Mike Scmidt.

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Michael Jack Schmidt was born in Dayton, Ohio on September 27, 1949 and is considered to be the greatest third baseman of all time. He played with the Philadelphia Phillies throughout his 16 year Major League career.

He attended Fairview High School in Dayton and after he graduated in 1967 he enrolled at Ohio University where he quickly established himself as one of the Bobcat's best players.

Mike's career blossomed during the 70's as he proved his prowess both at bat and on the field winning many awards and helping the Phillies to three consecutive division titles from 1976-78.

His success continued into the 80's when the Phillies reached the World Series and for the first and only tim in their history won it. Having hit two home runs and driving in seven runs he was voted World Series MVP.

1981 was the clubs centenary year and in a poll fans voted Schmidt as the greatest player in their history. The Phillies again advanced to the World Series but failed to retain the title.

In 1989 after missing much of the 1988 season due to injuries and a slow start to the '89 season he suddenly announced his retirement to stunned and surprised fans in an emotional and at times tearful speech. Despite this fans again voted him to the NL All-Star Team.

Career Highlights

  • 12 times voted All-Star,/li>
  • NL MVP in 1980, 81 and '86
  • 10 times Gold Glove winner
  • Top On Base Percentage for three seasons
  • Top League slugging percentage 5 times
  • Topped the League in runs scored in 1981
  • Led the league in home runes 8 times
  • Led the league in RBI's 4 times
  • AVG .267
  • Home Runs 548
  • RBI 1,595
  • Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1995
  • In 1999 The Sporting News listed him 28th on their list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players
  • Also elected to the 1999 MLB All-Star Century Team

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Measures 6 1/4 inches to top of helmet.

Articulated at neck and biceps.

Custom home-plate base measures 5 3/4 inches wide by 4 7/8 inches deep.



Dennis Eckersley Cooperstown 5

"When I started finishing games and coming off the field shaking hands, it was a beautiful thing. I mean, you start seeing that you're an important part of the team."

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"Eck", aka Dennis Lee Eckersley was born in Oakland, California on October 3, 1954 debuted in the Major Leagues on April 12, 1975 with the Cleveland Indians.

Although he started his career as a starter he gained most of his fame and noteriety through his years as a closer.

The Cleveland Indians drafted him right out of the Washington High School of Fermont, California in the third round of the '72 amateur draft and was the American League Pitcher of the Year in 1975.

He was later traded to the Boston Red Sox's in 1978 after an awkward situation developed involving his wife and fellow Indian player, and best friend, Rick Manning, whom later became married.

His early seasons with the Red Sox saw him achieve new career highs and his stats improved but from 1980 his pitching deteriorated and his once intimidating fastball was no longer what it once was, he later developed a great curve ball to compensate for this.

In 1984 he was again traded, this time to the Chicago Cubs. His tenure with the Cubs was both short and unproductive mainly due to a bout of alcoholism which he received treatment for after watching a video of himself drunk that his family showed him.

As a result Eckersley was traded to the Oakland Athletics on April 3, 1987. It was with the Oakland Athletics that due to an injury he moved into the closers role, a position he kept throughout his career with them.

As a closer him and LaRussa revolutionized the strategy of relief pitching. He became one of the most dominant closers in the game between 1987-92.

In 1995 LaRussa left the Oakland A's to manage the St Louis Cardinals and took Eckersley with him but he was past his prime and only stayed for two seasons before moving back to the Red Sox for a final season in 1998 and played his last game on September 26, 1998.

Career Highlights

  • Pitched no-hitter May 30, 1977
  • All-Star 1977, 82, 88, 90, 91 and 1992
  • AL MVP 1992
  • AL Cy Young Award
  • AL Rolaids Relief Man of the Year Award 1988 and '92
  • AL Championship Series MVP in 1988
  • World Series Champion in 1989
  • Ranked 98 on The Sporting News list of 100 Greatest Baseball Players
  • Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Jan 6, 2004
  • The Oakland Athletics officially retired Eckersley's number 43 uniform on August 13, 2005

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Measures 6 3/8 inches to top of cap.

Articulated at neck and biceps.

Custom pitcher’s mound base measures 4 1/4 inches wide by 2 5/8 inches deep and includes Oakland A’s insignia.



Ryne Sandberg Cooperstown 5

"I was taught you never, ever disrespect your opponent or your teamates or your organization or your manager and never, ever your uniform."

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Ryne Dee Sandberg was born on September 18 1959 in Spokane , Washington and was nicknamed "Ryno" and was named after famous relief pitcher Ryne Duren. He is universally recognized as being one of the best second basemen of all time.

Sandberg made his major league debut as a short stop for the Philadelphia Phillies on September 2, 1981.

However the Phillies had little space on the team for him and as he didn't prove to be good at short stop and with second and third bases already covered he was traded to the Chicago Cubs, along with Larry Bowa, for shortstop Ivan DeJesus before the start of the 1982 season.

The deal is now considered to have been one of the most one-sided deals in baseball history but at the time the Cubs were after another another prospect to trade along with Bowa and Sanderg was the only player they were interested in.

The Phillies manager has since revealed that his scouts told him that Sandberg would never amount to more than a utility infielder.

Sandberg remained with the Cubs for the remainder of his career in the Majors until he played his last game on September 28, 1997. His overall carrer AVG was .285 with 282 Home Runs and 2386 Hits.

Since retiring Sandberg has kept a low profile accepting his first marketing deal in 2003 as a spokesman for a Chicago bank and currently is the manager of the Peora Chiefs where he still wears his legendary number 23 jersey.

Career Highlights

  • All-Star from 1984-1993
  • The Sandberg Game- so called after he hit two home runs off ace Cardinal's pitcher Bruce Sutter to twice tie the game.
  • Gold Glove from 1983-1991
  • National MVP in 1984
  • The Sporting News Player of the Year in 1984
  • Silver Slugger in 1984, 85, and 1988-92
  • Became the highest paid baseball player at the time when he signed a new contract in 1992
  • After retiring in 1994 he returned for the 96-97 season retiring again aith a record 277 home runs for a second baseman.
  • Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 31, 2005
  • Became only the fourth Cub to have his number retired on August 28, 2005 in a ceremony at Wrigley Field.

Cooperstown 5 Figure Specs

Measures 6 1/4 inches to top of helmet.

Articulated at neck and biceps. Custom home-plate base measures 5 3/4 inches wide by 4 7/8 inches deep.

Cooperstown 5 Due Feb, 2008





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2010

IN STORES MARCH 2010

COOPERSTOWN SERIES 7

  • Tony Gwynn -- San Diego Padres
  • Carl Yastrzemski -- Boston Red Sox
  • Joe Morgan -- Cincinnati Reds
  • Babe Ruth -- New York Yankees
  • Thurman Munson -- New York Yankees

IN STORES MAY 2010

MLB SERIES 26

  • CC Sabathia -- New York Yankees
  • Tim Lincecum -- San Francisco Giants
  • Kevin Youkilis -- Boston Red Sox
  • Evan Longoria -- Tampa Bay Rays
  • Victor Martinez -- Boston Red Sox
  • Prince Fielder -- Milwaukee Brewers
  • Albert Pujols -- St. Louis Cardinals

2009

MLB SERIES 25

  • JOBA CHAMBERLAIN
  • MARK TEIXEIRA
  • JOSH HAMILTON
  • RUSSELL MARTIN
  • JACOBY ELLSBURY
  • JOSE REYES
  • MANNY RAMIREZ

Release Date

June 2009

MLB SERIES 24 (2009 WAVE 1)

  • DEREK JETER 4
  • JIMMY ROLLINS
  • JOHAN SANTANA
  • JOSH BECKETT 2
  • KOSUKE FUKUDOME
  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 5
  • MIKE LOWELL
  • TORII HUNTER 2

Release Date

May 2009

MLB 2009 TRU EXCLUSIVE ASSORTMENT (SERIES 23)

  • CARLOS ZAMBRANO
  • CHIPPER JONES 2
  • DUSTIN PEDROIA
  • JUSTIN UPTON
  • JORGE POSADA 3
  • MIGUEL CABRERA

Release Date

April 2009

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 7

DAVID ORTIZ ALBERT PUJOLS RYAN HOWARD MANNY RAMIREZ DERREK LEE DEREK JETER

Release Date

March 2009

MLB COOPERSTOWN 2009 (SERIES 6)

  • BABE RUTH 3
  • THURMAN MUNSON
  • CARL YASTRZEMSKI
  • TONY GWYNN
  • JOE MORGAN

Release Date

March 2010

KEN GRIFFEY JR.

DEREK JETER COLLECTOR'S EDITION

NEW YORK YANKEES 2-PACK: DEREK JETER & ALEX RODRIGUEZ

JACKIE ROBINSON DAY 3-PACK

2008

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 22

  • DEREK JETER 4
  • CARLOS LEE
  • CURT SCHILLING 3
  • JOSE REYES
  • ICHIRO 3
  • ANDRUW JONES 2

Release Date

June 2008

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 21

  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 4
  • DAISUKE MATSUZAKA
  • JORGE POSADA 2
  • MICHAEL YOUNG
  • JOE MAUER
  • ALFONSO SORIANO 3

Release Date

April 2008

COOPERSTOWN SERIES 5

  • DENNIS ECKERSLEY
  • HANK AARON
  • MICKEY MANTLE 2
  • MIKE SCHMIDT
  • RYNE SANDBERG
  • TY COBB

Release Date

February 2008

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 20

  • CHASE UTLEY
  • BARRY ZITO
  • CHIEN-MING WANG
  • KEVIN YOUKILIS
  • GARY SHEFFIELD
  • PAUL KONERKO

Release Date

February 2008

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 6

  • MARIANO RIVERA 2
  • JONATHAN PAPELBON
  • DAVID WRIGHT
  • BARRY ZITO
  • ALBERT PUJOLS 3
  • RYAN HOWARD

Release Date

February 2008

BC SPORTS MLB EXCLUSIVE: RYAN HOWARD

BC SPORTS MLB EXCLUSIVE: CHASE UTLEY

BC SPORTS MLB EXCLUSIVE: COLE HAMELS

MARIANO RIVERA COLLECTOR'S EDITION

MLB 2-PACK: MICKEY MANTLE & ROGER MARIS

FANFEST 2008: DON MATTINGLY

FANFEST 2008: DEREK JETER

BOSTON RED SOX 3-PACK 2

NEW YORK METS 3-PACK

2007

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 19

  • ANDY PETTITTE
  • ALBERT PUJOLS 3
  • JOHNNY DAMON 2
  • JONATHAN PAPELBON
  • PRINCE FIELDER
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ 2
  • SCOTT KAZMIR

Release Date

July 2007

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 18

  • BRANDON WEBB
  • DAVID ORTIZ 2
  • DAVID WRIGHT
  • JUSTIN VERLANDER
  • MARIANO RIVERA 2
  • RYAN HOWARD

Release Date

June 2007

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 17

  • JOSH BECKETT 2
  • JIM THOME (White Sox)
  • ROBINSON CANO
  • ERIC CHAVEZ
  • BILLY WAGNER (Mets)
  • TROY GLAUS (Blue Jays)

Release Date

February 2007

COOPERSTOWN SERIES 4

  • JOE DIMAGGIO
  • JOHNNY BENCH
  • TED WILLIAMS
  • ROGER MARIS
  • STEVE CARLTON
  • OZZIE SMITH

Release Date

February 2007

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 5

  • ANDRUW JONES 2
  • DEREK JETER 2
  • DERREK LEE
  • IVAN RODRIGUEZ
  • JOSH BECKETT
  • JIM EDMONDS
  • JASON GIAMBI 2
  • MIKE PIAZZA
  • MANNY RAMIREZ 2
  • ORLANDO HUDSON
  • PAT BURRELL
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ

Release Date

February 2007

DAVID ORTIZ COLLECTOR'S EDITION

3-INCH CONOR JACKSON

3-INCH STEPHEN DREW

FANFEST 07: BARRY BONDS

FANFEST 07: REGGIE JACKSON

3-INCH BRANDON WEBB

3-INCH JOSE REYES

BARRY BONDS (756TH HOME RUN COMMEMORATIVE FIGURE)

CHICAGO CUBS 3-PACK

NEW YORK YANKEES 3-PACK 2

2006

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 16

  • CRAIG BIGGIO
  • MANNY RAMIREZ 2
  • SCOTT PODSEDNIK
  • GARY SHEFFIELD
  • VICTOR MARTINEZ
  • JAKE PEAVY

Release Date

July 2006

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 15

  • DERREK LEE
  • ANDRUW JONES 2
  • RICHIE SEXSON (MARINERS)
  • JOHAN SANTANA
  • MIGUEL CABRERA
  • CHAD CORDERO
  • CARLOS DELGADO

Release Date

May 2006

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 4

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 2
  • CARLOS BELTRAN
  • GARRET ANDERSON
  • DONTRELLE WILLIS
  • DAVID ORTIZ
  • KERRY WOOD
  • MARIANO RIVERA
  • ALBERT PUJOLS 2
  • KEN GRIFFEY JR.
  • JASON VARITEK
  • JOHN SMOLTZ
  • ALFONSO SORIANO
  • JIM THOME
  • BILLY WAGNER
  • HIDEKI MATSUI
  • CURT SCHILLING 2

Release Date

February 2006

COOPERSTOWN SERIES 3

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  • MICKEY MANTLE
  • CARLTON FISK
  • JACKIE ROBINSON
  • DON MATTINGLY
  • ROBERTO CLEMENTE
  • NOLAN RYAN 2

Release Date

February 2006

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 14

  • MARK MULDER (Cardinals)
  • BOBBY ABREU
  • ARAMIS RAMIREZ
  • JEFF KENT
  • JASON VARITEK 2
  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 4

Release Date

February 2006

COLLECTOR'S EDITION ROGER CLEMENS (ASTROS)

COLLECTOR'S EDITION ROGER CLEMENS (YANKEES)

MLB COMMEMORATIVE 2-PACK: BARRY BONDS & BABE RUTH

FANFEST 2006: ROBERTO CLEMENTE

FANFEST 2006: WILLIE STARGELL

3-INCH DAVID WRIGHT

COOPERSTOWN COLLECTOR'S EDITION MICKEY MANTLE

COOPERSTOWN COLLECTOR'S EDITION BABE RUTH

NEW YORK YANKEES 3-PACK

BOSTON RED SOX 3-PACK

2005

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 13: EXTENDED EDITION

  • RANDY JOHNSON 3
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ 2
  • MOISES ALOU
  • LARRY WALKER 2

Release Date

August 2005

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 3

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 2
  • ROGER CLEMENS
  • SAMMY SOSA
  • FRANK THOMAS
  • JIM EDMONDS
  • ERIC GAGNE
  • CURT SCHILLING
  • ICHIRO 2
  • DEREK JETER
  • RANDY JOHNSON 2
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 3

Release Date

July 2005

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 12

  • TOM GLAVINE
  • DAVID ORTIZ
  • ADRIAN BELTRE
  • CARLOS BELTRAN
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 2
  • MIKE MUSSINA
  • SCOTT ROLEN 2
  • ERIC GAGNE 2

Release Date

June 2005

COOPERSTOWN 12-INCH

  • 12-Inch CAL RIPKEN JR.
  • 12-Inch BABE RUTH 2

Release Date

May 2005

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 11

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 3
  • KEN GRIFFEY JR. 2
  • MARK PRIOR 2
  • ROY HALLADAY
  • BILLY WAGNER
  • JOHNNY DAMON
  • VLADIMIR GUERRERO 2
  • MIKE PIAZZA 2

Release Date

April 2005

COOPERSTOWN SERIES 2

  • CAL RIPKEN JR.
  • MIKE SCHMIDT
  • CATFISH HUNTER
  • BABE RUTH
  • WILLIE MAYS
  • WILLIE STARGELL

Release Date

February 2005

MLB HOMEPLATE DIORAMA: JASON VARITEK AND UMPIRE

3-INCH JOSH BECKETT & MIGUEL CABRERA

3-INCH YOGI BERRA & JORGE POSADA

3-INCH FRANK CATALANOTTO & ORLANDO HUDSON

NATIONAL 2005: NOMAR GARCIAPARRA

3-INCH BILLY WAGNER & PAT BURRELL

FANFEST 2005: IVAN RODRIGUEZ

FANFEST 2005: TROY PERCIVAL

12-INCH DEREK JETER 2

3-INCH DONTRELLE WILLIS & PAUL LO DUCA

MLB 2-PACK: CURT SCHILLING & ALBERT PUJOLS

3-INCH DON MATTINGLY

12-INCH BARRY BONDS 2 (WHITE UNIFORM)

12-INCH BARRY BONDS 2 (GRAY UNIFORM)

BARRY BONDS (700TH HOME RUN COMMEMORATIVE FIGURE)

MLB 2-PACK: BARRY BONDS & WILLIE MAYS

12-INCH NOLAN RYAN (ASTROS)

2004

MLB 12-INCH BASEBALL SERIES 1

  • 12-Inch NOLAN RYAN
  • 12-Inch SAMMY SOSA

Release Date

November 2004

COOPERSTOWN COLLECTION

  • BOB GIBSON
  • BROOKS ROBINSON
  • NOLAN RYAN
  • REGGIE JACKSON
  • TOM SEAVER
  • YOGI BERRA

Release Date

July 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 10

  • DEREK JETER 2
  • ALBERT PUJOLS 2
  • ANDY PETTITTE
  • MARK MULDER
  • CARLOS DELGADO
  • CURT SCHILLING 2
  • GARRET ANDERSON
  • ROGER CLEMENS
  • RAFAEL PALMEIRO

Release Date

June 2004

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 2

  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA/TORII HUNTER
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ/KEN GRIFFEY JR.
  • JORGE POSADA/SCOTT ROLEN
  • CURT SCHILLING/HIDEKI MATSUI
  • MIKE PIAZZA/KERRY WOOD
  • JASON GIAMBI/ALBERT PUJOLS

Release Date

May 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 9

  • ANDRUW JONES
  • DONTRELLE WILLIS
  • MAGGLIO ORDONEZ
  • MARIANO RIVERA
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 2
  • TODD HELTON

Release Date

April 2004

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL

  • DEREK JETER/BARRY ZITO
  • SAMMY SOSA/CHIPPER JONES
  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ/ERIC GAGNE
  • ICHIRO/JIM THOME
  • RANDY JOHNSON 2/ALFONSO SORIANO
  • MARK PRIOR/IVAN RODRIGUEZ

Release Date

March 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 8

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 2
  • ALFONSO SORIANO 2
  • HIDEKI MATSUI
  • JEFF BAGWELL
  • JOHN SMOLTZ
  • KEVIN BROWN
  • RICHIE SEXSON

Release Date

February 2004

FANFEST 2004: JEFF BAGWELL

FANFEST 2004: ROGER CLEMENS

MLB 2-PACK: TODD HELTON & SAMMY SOSA

MLB 2-PACK: DEREK JETER & NOMAR GARCIAPARRA

2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 7

  • BERNIE WILLIAMS
  • BARRY ZITO
  • MARK PRIOR
  • RANDY JOHNSON 2
  • SCOTT ROLEN
  • TROY GLAUS

Release Date

September 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 6

  • JIM EDMONDS
  • JORGE POSADA
  • JIM THOME
  • KAZUHISU ISHII
  • LUIS GONZALEZ
  • MIKE SWEENEY
  • SAMMY SOSA 2

Release Date

July 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 5

  • ALFONSO SORIANO
  • BARRY BONDS 2
  • DEREK LOWE
  • ERIC GAGNE
  • JASON KENDALL
  • MIGUEL TEJADA
  • PAT BURRELL
  • TORII HUNTER

Release Date

June 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 4

  • ERIC HINSKE
  • ICHIRO 2
  • LANCE BERKMAN
  • LARRY WALKER
  • MATT MORRIS
  • TREVOR HOFFMAN

Release Date

March 2003

WORLD SERIES 2002: BARRY BONDS

FANFEST 2003: FRANK THOMAS

FANFEST 2003: SAMMY SOSA

2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 3

  • ADAM DUNN
  • CHIPPER JONES
  • CURT SCHILLING
  • JASON GIAMBI
  • JUAN GONZALEZ
  • ROBERTO ALOMAR
  • ROY OSWALT
  • VLADIMIR GUERRERO

Release Date

August 2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 2

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ
  • BARRY BONDS
  • DEREK JETER
  • GREG MADDUX
  • KEN GRIFFEY JR.
  • KERRY WOOD
  • MANNY RAMIREZ
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA
  • ROGER CLEMENS

Release Date

June 2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 1

  • ALBERT PUJOLS
  • ICHIRO
  • IVAN RODRIGUEZ
  • MIKE PIAZZA
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ
  • RANDY JOHNSON
  • SHAWN GREEN
  • SAMMY SOSA

Release Date

March 2002

BIG LEAGUE CHALLENGE: JASON GIAMBI

BIG LEAGUE CHALLENGE: NOMAR GARCIAPARRA

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John Riggins

Mariano Rivera





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