2008 Playoff Contenders Baseball Season Ticket Autograph Short Print Checklist

2008 Playoff Contenders Baseball Season Ticket Autograph Short Print Checklist

One week after releasing the list of Short Printed Rookie Ticket Autographs in 2008 Playoff Contenders Baseball, Donruss has confirmed the existence of additional short prints in the set.  The latest announcement pertains to the 2008 Playoff Contenders Baseball Season Ticket Autograph Set, which are autographed parallels of the set's base cards numbered from 1-50.

Donruss says that every one of the cards in the Season Ticket Autograph Set has a print run of 299 or less. Season Ticket Autographs were produced in quantities as low as 35. Almost half of the autographs in the 50 card parallel set have print runs of 149 or less. Each of these "short printed short prints" are listed below:

Card # PLAYER TEAM POS Print Run
1 Aaron Shafer Chicago Cubs P 35
3 Andrew Liebel Toronto Blue Jays P 141
5 Brad Mills Toronto Blue Jays P 127
6 Brandon Waring Cincinnati Reds 3B 149
7 Brett Hunter Oakland A's P 121
9 Caleb Gindl Milwaukee Brewers OF 134
10 Carlos Peguero Seattle Mariners OF 72
15 Cody Satterwhite Detroit Tigers P 90
19 Dennis Raben Seattle Mariners OF 38
20 Derek Norris Washington Nationals C 39
21 Dominic Brown Philadelphia Phillies OF 98
24 Greg Halman Seattle Mariners OF 88
27 Jason Knapp Philadelphia Phillies P 124
29 Jesus Montero New York Yankees C 39
30 Jharmidy De Jesus Seattle Mariners SS 53
36 Matt Harrison Texas Rangers P 114
38 Max Ramirez Texas Rangers C 39
39 Mike Cisco Philadelphia Phillies P 123
41 Rolando Gomez Los Angeles Angels SS 113
42 Ryan Kalish Boston Red Sox OF 55
43 Stolmy Pimentel Boston Red Sox P 39
45 Tim Murphy Texas Rangers P 55

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