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Thread: 2010 Bowman Chrome Strasburg auto super pulled!!!! (ouch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgilmo View Post
    Or nothing. Redemption is expired.

    It's either nothing at this point or a Jamie Moyer GU bat card . . . if he is lucky.

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    The famous BC Draft Picks and Prospects super was SS's first superfractor, hence the market hype at the time, and there was no auto'd version. The redemption card would have been a super of this design, and I never recall seeing it sell:



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    That must be a mega tough pill to swallow! I would imagine the redemption card itself could bring in some decent money from a collector.
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    Get the redemption signed

    Lessens the sting

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    Here's an idea....

    How about we all petition Topps to insert any unredeemed autos from previous years into their corresponding products after the redemption deadlines? I.e. that Strasburg RC super auto would have foynd its way into the 2013 or 2014 Bowman Chrome release, whichever came first after the initial redemption card expired.

    The wonderful people at Topps CS could also insert all the autos held back from previous years into future like products in the same fashion. All those 2013 BDP Bryant autos, for example?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmp1971 View Post
    Here's an idea....

    How about we all petition Topps to insert any unredeemed autos from previous years into their corresponding products after the redemption deadlines? I.e. that Strasburg RC super auto would have foynd its way into the 2013 or 2014 Bowman Chrome release, whichever came first after the initial redemption card expired.

    The wonderful people at Topps CS could also insert all the autos held back from previous years into future like products in the same fashion. All those 2013 BDP Bryant autos, for example?
    I imagine most of the unredeemed autos are a major source of their replacements so it's doubtful they would go for it. If they were to do that, they would have to hold out an even larger percentage of autos from their products to be used as replacements.

    But I do like the idea. While they are at it, just get rid of the expiration date completely for future products.
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    I've published a piece on this story. In the article, I discuss the three different signed 2010 Bowman Chrome Stephen Strasburg cards that could be found as a Superfractor. Link to article: https://goo.gl/dhwAfY
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    Remember that there was that Chrome auto in BDPP as an insert. I pulled a base. He had a picture with that GAWD-awful haircut/Mohawk. Bet that had a Super.
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    How about putting it in Topps Archives Buy Back Signature Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by death2redemptions View Post
    I imagine most of the unredeemed autos are a major source of their replacements so it's doubtful they would go for it. If they were to do that, they would have to hold out an even larger percentage of autos from their products to be used as replacements.
    How about redemptions do not expire? If there is a redemption inserted, Topps must make every effort to make the card. If the card is made, collector gets the card through the redemption system no matter if it's 6 months after release or 10 years after release. If the card isn't made, you get a redemption replacement from the non-released "product" topps creates for redemption replacements.

    The big Q is how you motivate Topps to try hard to make the card when it's probably easier and cheaper for them to pick a card from their non-released product. I suppose if it's the replacement plus $5,000 cash, that would be a super motivator to make the card as promised!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmath View Post
    How about redemptions do not expire? If there is a redemption inserted, Topps must make every effort to make the card. If the card is made, collector gets the card through the redemption system no matter if it's 6 months after release or 10 years after release.
    This is how I've always felt. My number one issue with Topps redemption cards is the fact that they have an expiration date.
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