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    Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Here is my Albert Pujols Oddball Collection. If you have any that aren't listed here, show them off.

    2001 Bowman Heritage Promo (given out at National Convention in 2001 and only 500 made)


    2001 Donruss Classics Bobble Head (came with purchase of Pujols bobble head)


    2001 eTopps (could only purchase from eTopps website on initial release)


    2001 MLB Showdown Pennant Run and Showdown Stars (promo from convention)


    2002 Donruss Super Estrellas (Donruss creates cards for Latin Americans)


    2003 Donruss Estrellas (2nd year for this Donruss set)


    2003 Fleer 3D #12,24,36,59, 60 (missing #35 Home with Red Helmet)


    2003 Fleer Pepsi mini


    2003 Topps Kanebo Japanese Series 1 regular & silver parallel (card looks like 2002 Topps but with correct Pujols photo on back)


    2003 Topps Kanebo Japanese Series 2 (available in packs in Japan)


    2003 Upper Deck Post (available by installing all 6 CDs to unlock code to purchase set for $5.00)


    2004 Topps McGruff Take A Bite Out Of Crime


    2005 Topps Hot Button game card (regular and refractor)


    2005 Upper Deck Flyball (available by purchasing game or booster packs)


    2006 Upper Deck Frito Lay (available for 2 week period in May, 2006, at Wal-Mart in Family Fun packs of Lays chips)


    2007 MLB Trade Up (available by purchasing game)


    2007 Topps Pepsi (had to drink a lot of Pepsi cases to put this 200+ card set together)


    2007 Upper Deck Japanese Kellogg's (available in Japan Kellogg's cereal boxes)

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    NICE STUFF!!

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Awesome stuff, thanks for sharing.

    I think that the Heritage Promo's came with gum.
    I think I have a sealed one somewhere.....

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    In keeping with the OP's intent,

    2005 Uno cards--came with a National League tin. There's an American League out there, but I didn't buy that one.



    2005 Hallmark Ornament card.



    2007 Upper Deck Green Predictor Winners.



    2008 UD Superstar. Found in $9.99 jumbo packs--K-Mart or Wal-Mart.

    Collecting Gary and Joe Gaetti, Ozzie Smith, Kenny Boyer, Albert Pujols, Kirby Puckett, Joe Mauer,and Brian Dinkleman. PM me if you have something you don't need that I might!

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    I guess I will have to buy the 2009 Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards to find all the oddball Pujols cards I need. It comes with a CD/DVD version and I wonder if you can search for just Pujols cards. My definition of oddball cards doesn't include base, insert or parallel cards that come out of packs in hobby shops. It includes (but not limited to) manufacturer promos, food/drink promotions, restaurant promotions, police/safety sets, stadium giveaway sets, game sets, player endorsement products, test/preview sets, regional issue sets, foreign sets (Japan, Latin America, Dominican Republic, etc...), exclusive collectors clubs or any odd small boxed sets found in retail stores.

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Pujols has been in almost every National Baseball Card Day set over the last few years. They're cheap, but certainly "oddball."

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by KLARNOLD
    I guess I will have to buy the 2009 Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards to find all the oddball Pujols cards I need. It comes with a CD/DVD version and I wonder if you can search for just Pujols cards. My definition of oddball cards doesn't include base, insert or parallel cards that come out of packs in hobby shops. It includes (but not limited to) manufacturer promos, food/drink promotions, restaurant promotions, police/safety sets, stadium giveaway sets, game sets, player endorsement products, test/preview sets, regional issue sets, foreign sets (Japan, Latin America, Dominican Republic, etc...), exclusive collectors clubs or any odd small boxed sets found in retail stores.

    Well I tried...

    I have the 2009 Standard Catalog. The CD is pretty much the book on a disc. You can't generate a list of a specific player, but you can look up a set--just like the book. I guess it's meant to be more portable, plus you can print out any set list. (it works as an Adobe document.)
    Collecting Gary and Joe Gaetti, Ozzie Smith, Kenny Boyer, Albert Pujols, Kirby Puckett, Joe Mauer,and Brian Dinkleman. PM me if you have something you don't need that I might!

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cleveland
    Quote Originally Posted by KLARNOLD
    I guess I will have to buy the 2009 Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards to find all the oddball Pujols cards I need. It comes with a CD/DVD version and I wonder if you can search for just Pujols cards. My definition of oddball cards doesn't include base, insert or parallel cards that come out of packs in hobby shops. It includes (but not limited to) manufacturer promos, food/drink promotions, restaurant promotions, police/safety sets, stadium giveaway sets, game sets, player endorsement products, test/preview sets, regional issue sets, foreign sets (Japan, Latin America, Dominican Republic, etc...), exclusive collectors clubs or any odd small boxed sets found in retail stores.

    Well I tried...

    I have the 2009 Standard Catalog. The CD is pretty much the book on a disc. You can't generate a list of a specific player, but you can look up a set--just like the book. I guess it's meant to be more portable, plus you can print out any set list. (it works as an Adobe document.)

    Greg, since it works as an Adobe document (PDF?), you should be able to search it for a particular player. Did you try that?

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    This was only inserted in 2008 Topps Factory sets. I believe certain retail sets.


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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by djrulz
    This was only inserted in 2008 Topps Factory sets. I believe certain retail sets.
    Funny, I was just talking about that set in the Frank Thomas thread...Frank is supposedly in the 5 Card factory insert as well, but I can't find the card anywhere.

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by BunchOBull
    Quote Originally Posted by djrulz
    This was only inserted in 2008 Topps Factory sets. I believe certain retail sets.
    Funny, I was just talking about that set in the Frank Thomas thread...Frank is supposedly in the 5 Card factory insert as well, but I can't find the card anywhere.
    Frank is not in the set. The set consists of:
    1 of 5 Chase Utley
    2 of 5 Derek Jeter
    3 of 5 Ken Griffey, Jr.
    4 of 5 Albert Pujols
    5 of 5 Vladimir Guerrero

    I saw the preliminary checklist and it also had Jim Thome and someone else on it. But Jeter and Griffey weren't on it. I have 2 sets of them and always looking for more.

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Great thread, and fantastic cards. I *love* finding oddball Will Clark stuff I've never seen before.

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    Re: Albert Pujols Oddball Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by djrulz
    Quote Originally Posted by BunchOBull
    Quote Originally Posted by djrulz
    This was only inserted in 2008 Topps Factory sets. I believe certain retail sets.
    Funny, I was just talking about that set in the Frank Thomas thread...Frank is supposedly in the 5 Card factory insert as well, but I can't find the card anywhere.
    Frank is not in the set. The set consists of:
    1 of 5 Chase Utley
    2 of 5 Derek Jeter
    3 of 5 Ken Griffey, Jr.
    4 of 5 Albert Pujols
    5 of 5 Vladimir Guerrero

    I saw the preliminary checklist and it also had Jim Thome and someone else on it. But Jeter and Griffey weren't on it. I have 2 sets of them and always looking for more.

    thanked! now I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BunchOBull
    [The set consists of:
    1 of 5 Chase Utley

    Anyone got a pic of the Chase Utley???

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