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Preview Gallery: 2009 Upper Deck Legendary Cuts Generations dual autographs by Chris Olds

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Upper Deck released the following images of Generations dual autograph cards which can be found in its forthcoming 2009 SP Legendary Cuts baseball set.

The product is scheduled for a June 3 release. See previously released cut autograph checklists here. And see a longer preview here.

Check ’em out after the jump …

Chris Olds has collected sports cards and memorabilia since 1987. Before coming to Beckett Media, he wrote about the hobby for the Orlando Sentinel on his blog, SportsStuff, and for the San Antonio Express-News and The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News. Do you have a comment, question or idea? Send e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com.

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Very nice!

Comment by The Mojo Hand

Lou Brock and DLee on a card together? I don’t get it. Why? Because they both played for Chicago? Couldn’t they put Brock on a card with great Cardnial players? Or DLee on a card with Cubs who played in Chicago longer than a couple of seasons? Brock played there 3 1/2 seasons and never hit over .263. So why put him on a card with Lee?

It would be cooler if it were Lee and Leon Durham? Sure the Bull isn’t a HOFer, but at least they both played 1B and share a name. Brock isn’t in Cooperstown with a cubs hat on.

Or Brock and Albert Pujols together on the card would make more sense.

Just my 2 cents.

Comment by JRJ @ SportsLocker

Derek Lee and Mark Grace!! I would buy that card

Comment by President Obama

Dee Lee and Grace makes perfect sense. Lee and Brock – no sense.

Comment by JRJ @ SportsLocker

The savings were both man-hours and the construction of the iron prototype.

Comment by Stinky84

It is not my way to switch off my brain and march in lock-step when I disagree with a comrade.

Comment by Kelvin38




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