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1997 Stadium Club Baseball Cards & Checklist

 

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1997 Stadium Club Cal Ripken card 8

  • COMPLETE SET - 390 Cards
  • Near Mint-Mint -  $35.00

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Key Cards:

  •   8 - Cal Ripken
  •  55 - Derek Jeter
  • 188 - Nomar Garciaparra 2000
  • 383 - Mike Piazza SS
  • 384 - Mark McGwire SS
  • 385 - Ken Griffey, Jr. SS
  • 386 - Barry Bonds SS

1997 Stadium Club Cal Ripken card 8

 

NOTES:

  The 1997 Stadium Club baseball card set consisted of 390 baseball cards that measure 2-1/2" by 3-1/2" Cards 361 and 374 do not exist. Card 274 Tom Pagnozzi should be numbered 374, and card 351 Brant Brown should be numbered 361. Sub sets include: TSC 2000 cards 181-195, and Stadium Sluggers Cards 376-390 both are Short Print.

Noted Rookie: Brian Giles

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1997 Stadium Club Baseball Card Checklist CLICK HERE

Glossary:

  • 2000 - TSC 2000
  • RC - Rookie Card
  • SS - Stadium Sluggers
  • UER - Uncorrected Error
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Back of 1997 Stadium ClubCal Ripken Card 8

 

 

Back of 1997 Stadium Club
Cal Ripken Card 8

 


Price Guide: Value is based on closed auctions and sales. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.

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