2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot

2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot
2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot

2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot

It's time to sell my collection of 2004 Cracker Jack autographed cards, a lot of 11 total AUTOGRAPHED cards, to a good home. Each of these is serial numbered and hard signed from the Topps Archives Signature Series product, from the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020 sets. The serial numbers and players included as part of this lot are very exciting, including many serial-numbered to 25 or less (including a 1 of 1), including Shawn Green, Craig Biggio, Carlos Delgado, Mark Mulder (two of these), John Olerud, Jeff Conine, Andruw Jones, Mike Lieberthal, Mike Cameron and Ruben Sierra. Shawn Green - 1 of 1 - Los Angeles Dodgers (2016 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #111).

Shawn David Green (born November 10, 1972) is an American former Major League Baseball. Green was a 1st round draft. Pick and a two-time major league All-Star. He drove in 100 runs. Four times and scored 100 runs. Four times, hit 40 or more home runs. Three times, led the league in doubles. Won both a Gold Glove Award.

And a Silver Slugger Award. And set the Dodgers single-season record in home runs. Green was also in the top five in the league in home runs, RBIs.

Green holds or is tied for the following major league records: most home runs in a game. (4), most extra base hits in a game (5), most total bases in a game (19), most runs scored in a game (6), most home runs in two consecutive games (5), most home runs in three consecutive games (7), and most consecutive home runs (4). He hit his 4 home runs, 5 extra base hits, and 19 total bases in one game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Green broke the record of 18 total bases (4 home runs and double) set by Joe Adcock. At the time of his retirement, he was one of only four active players with at least 300 home runs, 1,000 runs and RBIs, 400 doubles, a.

The others were Barry Bonds. Each of whom was at least two years older than Green, with at least 1,400 more at bats. (though in each case, the other three had considerably more home runs and, in the case of Bonds, far more doubles and runs scored too). Houston Astros (2016 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #71). Born December 14, 1965 is an American former second baseman.

Who played his entire career from 1988 through 2007 for the Houston Astros. Often regarded as the greatest all-around player in Astros history, he is the only player ever to be named an All-Star and to be awarded Silver Slugger Award. At both catcher and second base.

With longtime teammates Jeff Bagwell. He formed the core of the Killer B's. Who led Houston to six playoff appearances from 1997 to 2005, culminating in the franchise's first World Series. At the end of his career, he ranked sixth in NL history in games played. (2,850), fifth in at bats.

(10,876), 21st in hits. (3,060), and seventh in runs scored. Ranked sixth in major league history, and are the second-most ever by a right-handed hitter; his 56 doubles in 1999 were the most in the major leagues in 63 years. 300 four times and scored 100 runs eight times, holds Astros franchise records for most career games, at bats, hits, runs scored, doubles, total bases.

(4,711) and extra base hits. (1,014), and ranks second in runs batted in.

(1,160) and stolen bases. He also holds the NL record for most times leading off a game with a home run. (53), and is one of only five players with 250 home runs and 400 steals. A four-time Gold Glove Award. Winner who led NL second basemen in assists.

Five times, he retired ranking fourth in NL history in games at second base (1,989), sixth in assists (5,448) and fielding percentage. 984, seventh in putouts (3,992) and double plays.

(1,153), and eighth in total chances. He was the ninth player in the 3,000 hit club.

To collect all his hits with one team. Biggio also led the NL in times hit by pitch. Five times, with his career total of 285 trailing only Hughie Jennings. 287 in major league history.

One of the most admired players of his generation, Biggio received the 2005 Hutch Award. For perseverance through adversity and the 2007 Roberto Clemente Award. For sportsmanship and community service. The Astros retired the number 7 in his honor the year following his retirement. Since 2008, Biggio has served as special assistant to the general manager of the Astros.

He was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. And is the first member of the Hall to be depicted in an Astros uniform on his plaque. 6 of 25, 18 of 25.

Oakland Athletics (2016 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #77). (born August 5, 1977) is an American former. In 2001, Mulder played his first full major-league season and quickly became a dominant pitcher.

Leading the American League with 21 wins, he was in contention for a Cy Young Award, anchoring a powerful Oakland rotation along with Barry Zito and Tim Hudson, called the "The Big Three". He continued to do well in 2002, winning 19 games and striking out a career-high 159 batters in 207.1 innings. In wins in 2001 (21). Led American League pitchers in complete games in 2003 (9) and 2004 (5). Led American League in shutouts.

In 2001 (4) and 2003 (2). Toronto Blue Jays (2016 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #149). Carlos Juan Delgado Hernández (born June 25, 1972) is a Puerto Rican. He holds the all-time Major League Baseball.

Home run record among Puerto Rican. He is one of only six players in Major League history to hit 30 home runs in ten consecutive seasons. Becoming the fourth player to do so. During his twelve years with the Toronto Blue Jays. Delgado set many team records.

Including home runs (336), RBI (1,058), walks. (343), runs created (1,077), extra base hits. (690), times on base (2,362), hit by pitch. (128) and at bats per home run (14.9).

Delgado also played for the Florida Marlins. On February 4, 2015, Delgado was elected to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. Hit 4 home runs in one game. Toronto Blue Jays Level of Excellence.

Florida Marlins (2016 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #219). Born June 27, 1966 is an American former professional baseball. And current assistant baseball coach at Florida International University, who played in Major League Baseball.

(MLB) for 17 seasons, with six teams. An inaugural member of the Florida Marlins. Who was with the franchise for both of its World Series. Titles, he earned the title Mr. Marlin for his significant history with the club, and his ties to South Florida.

Conine was born in Tacoma, Washington. And was drafted in the 58th round of the 1987 Major League Baseball draft. By the Kansas City Royals. After two cup of coffee. Stints with the Royals, Conine was selected by the Marlins in the 1992 Major League Baseball expansion draft. Becoming the team's first star, he played five seasons with the Marlins, earning the most valuable player award at the 1995 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. And earning a World Series title in 1997.

A victim of a fire sale. After the 1997 season, Conine was traded to the Royals where he played in 93 games. He was traded to the Baltimore Orioles.

Prior to the 1999 season, where he had several productive seasons. Traded back to the Marlins in 2003 for a couple of prospects, he helped the team win a second World Series. He remained with the team until 2005, returning to the Orioles as a free agent.

Outfielder near the end of his career, signing a one-day contract to retire as a member of the Marlins in 2008. Seattle Mariners (2018 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #64). Born August 5, 1968, nicknamed Johnny O , is an American former professional baseball. He played in Major League Baseball.

Most notably as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. Team that won two consecutive World Series. He also played for the New York Mets.

And the Boston Red Sox. Was a patient, productive hitter throughout his career. And finishing as runner-up for the National League. Olerud was also an excellent defensive first baseman, and won three Gold Glove Awards. In 1999, he appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

Titled The Best Infield Ever? When he played for the Mets. New York Mets (2019 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #137). Michael Terrance Cameron (born January 8, 1973) is an American former professional Major League Baseball.

He played for the Chicago White Sox. Over a 16 year career.

In 2002, Cameron became the 13th player to hit four home runs in one game. He was also an All-Star.

In 2001 and won Gold Gloves. In 2001, 2003, and 2006. Mike Cameron has distinguished himself by being only one of 22 players in the history of baseball to have at least 250 home runs and 250 stolen bases and became the 20th member of this exclusive 250/250 club. Cameron is also the only MLB player to hit 2 home runs in the same game with 8 separate teams.

Philadelphia Phillies (2019 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #96). Lieberthal (born January 18, 1972) is an American former Major League Baseball. He batted and threw right-handed. In a 14-year career, Lieberthal played for the Philadelphia Phillies. And the Los Angeles Dodgers.

He compiled a career batting average. 274, with 150 home runs.

And 610 runs batted in. During his career he won the Gold Glove Award. And was twice an All Star. 300, 31 home runs, 96 RBIs, Gold Glove Award was arguably the best ever of any Phillies catcher, and Lieberthal caught more games in his career than any other Phillies catcher (1,139).

His career 149 home runs at catcher were the most in team history. Lieberthal was inducted into the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame. Rubén Angel Sierra García (born October 6, 1965) is a former Major League Baseball. Sierra goes by the nicknames El Caballo and El Indio. Over 20 seasons, Sierra played for the Texas Rangers.

(198692, 200001, 2003), Oakland Athletics. Sierra also signed with the Cleveland Indians. At the end of 1999. But was released towards the end of spring training in March 2000.

Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. Atlanta Braves (2020 Topps Archives Signature Series) (2004 Cracker Jack #6). Born April 23, 1977 is a Curaçaoan. Who played 17 seasons in Major League Baseball.

(MLB), most notably for the Atlanta Braves. Jones also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

And in Nippon Professional Baseball. (NPB) for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles. Jones was a noted defensive specialist for most of his career and won the Rawlings Gold Glove Award. Every year from 1998 through 2007. He had a strong throwing arm in addition to his elite fielding. He was an MLB All-Star.

Five times, and he won both the Hank Aaron Award. Jones made his MLB debut during the 1996 season with the Atlanta Braves.

In the 1996 World Series. He became the youngest player ever to hit a home run. In the postseason, and just the second player ever to homer in his first two World Series at bats. The following season, Jones finished fifth in voting for Rookie of the Year. From 1998 to 1999, he continued to increase his offensive production, and in 2000, Jones batted.

303 with 36 home runs and 104 runs batted in. (RBIs), making his first All-Star team.

Jones started to draw many comparisons to Willie Mays. And was considered one of the top center fielders.

The following season, he again hit over 30 home runs and drove in 104 runs but his average dipped to. Jones improved with All-Star seasons in 2002 and 2003, but in 2004, he failed to hit at least 30 home runs for the first time since 1999 and exceeded 100 strikeouts, which became a regular occurrence thereafter. In 2005, he led the National League. (NL) with 51 home runs 128 RBIs, finishing second to Albert Pujols. For NL Most Valuable Player. In subsequent seasons, his average continued to dip and his strikeouts increased. After a productive season in 2006, including a career high 129 RBIs, in 2007 Jones had his weakest season to that point, batting just.

During his time with Atlanta, Jones became one of the youngest players in MLB history to reach 300 career home runs. However, Jones struggled with the Dodgers, batting just. 158 with 3 home runs and 14 RBIs. Shortly after the season, Jones was released. Jones concluded his MLB career with brief stints for the Rangers, White Sox, and Yankees, transitioning from a center fielder to designated hitter and a fourth outfielder.

While with the White Sox, Jones hit his 400th career home run. The item "2004 CRACKER JACK TOPPS ARCHIVES SIGNATURE SERIES 2016 2018 2019 2020 AUTO LOT" is in sale since Monday, July 5, 2021.

This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Sports Trading Cards\Trading Card Singles". The seller is "oscarmaloney1220" and is located in Glen Rock, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.


2004 Cracker Jack Topps Archives Signature Series 2016 2018 2019 2020 Auto Lot