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2001 All-Star Game: Ultimate Card Show
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Ultimate Card Show | Topps | Upper Deck | Fleer | Donruss | Steiner
All-Star Lineup | Tri-Star | Mounted Memories | Upper Deck Authenticated
Featured Celebrities | Vida Blue | Goose Gossage | Gary Carter | Bob Feller | Rollie Fingers
Brooks Robinson | Keith Hernandez | Tommy John | Harmon Killebrew | Jim Palmer | Jim Rice

Rollie Fingers Rollie Fingers
Rollie Fingers' 17-year career epitomized the emergence of the modern-day relief ace as he approached legendary status with consistent excellence coming out of the bullpen. He relied upon a sinking fastball to notch 341 saves, becoming the all-time major league leader. Fingers appeared in 16 World Series games for the Oakland A's, winning two and saving six. He was the American League MVP and Cy Young Award winner with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1981.

 Celebrity Bios
The MLB.com Ultimate Card Show offers the top baseball card and memorabilia vendors all gathered in one convenient location. The Ultimate Card Show has exclusive merchandise and autograph sessions by your favorite celebrity players!

Bob Feller Bob Feller
Bob Feller's blazing fastball set the standard against which all of his successors have been judged.
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Jim Rice Jim Rice
Jim Rice emerged in the late 1970 and early 1980's as one of the most feared sluggers.
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Vida Blue Vida Blue
Blue suddenly became an ace pitcher in 1971, compiling a 24-8 record and leading the AL with 8 shutouts and a 1.82 ERA.
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Gary Carter Gary Carter
Carter was known for his ebullience, durability, clutch hitting, and skill at handling pitchers and balls in the dirt.
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Harmon Killebrew Harmon Killebrew
Harmon Killebrew was the epitome of raw power.
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Jim Palmer Jim Palmer
Jim Palmer was the high-kicking, smooth-throwing symbol of Baltimore's six championship teams of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
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Keith Hernandez Keith Hernandez
Hernandez was indisputably the best-fielding first baseman of his time, winning eleven straight Gold Gloves and setting major league records.
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Ozzie Smith Ozzie Smith
Ozzie Smith was the best defensive shortstop of the 1980s and arguably one or the best in baseball history.
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Rollie Fingers Rollie Fingers
Rollie Fingers' 17-year career epitomized the emergence of the modern-day relief ace.
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Tommy John Tommy John
In mid-career, he made history by becoming the game's first "right-handed southpaw."
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Rich Gossage Rich Gossage
Rich "Goose" Gossage's 100-mph heater helped make him one of the most dominating closers of all time.
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