Randomly inserted in packs at one in six, this 93-card insert features autographed cards of some of the greatest players in major league history. The card design closely parallels the attractive basic issue cards, except of course for the player's singature. Representatives at Fleer eventually released cryptic details on a few cards confirming widespread belief on suspected shortprints within the set. It's known that the scarcest cards are Johnny Bench and Mike Schmidt. Several other cards from this set experienced amazing surges iin value throughout the course of the year 2000 as collectors scrambled to complete their sets in the midst of heavy demand and rumours of additional short prints. Also, Herb Score mistakenly signed several of his basic autographs with an "ROY 55" notation. Score was supposed so sign only 55 purple-bordered Memorable Moments variations. Finally, a Derek Jeter card was released in early 2004. It's believed that the card was only made available as a redemption to collectors for autograph exchange cards of other players that they could not fulfill. Following Stan Musial's death in 2013, "Stan the Man, Inc." released "Player Sample" signed versions of his card. These cards were slabbed by BGS and sold on the secondary market. While the card looks identical to Musial's pack-issued SP, all the Player Sample examples that we have seen were signed in blue ink as opposed to the normal black ink. Please note that these cards are unnumbered and we have sequenced them in alphabetical order.