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Old 06-18-2012, 02:24 PM   #26 (permalink)
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If this product is only licensed by MLBPA then why are they allowed to have team logos and stuff on the cards?
UD lost their license between production and release of 2010 Exquisite, hence, the reason why it's inserted into products that were produced and released while the license was still in their possession. At least that's how I understand it.
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If this product is only licensed by MLBPA then why are they allowed to have team logos and stuff on the cards?
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The 2010 Upper Deck Baseball set was released the first week of February, 2010. Upper Deck's license with Major League Baseball Properties (MLBP) expired at the end of 2009, and UD was tight-lipped as to their plans for 2010 -- going as far as not releasing sell-sheets and card prototypes to The Hobby.

In late January, 2010, just a few days before 2010 Upper Deck went live, Upper Deck released their first unlicensed products: "2009" Ultimate Collection and "2009" UD Signature Stars. For continuing to depict MLB players in uniform, UD was shortly thereafter sued by Major League Baseball Properties and Topps for copyright infringement.

2010 Upper Deck Baseball Wave 2, was scheduled for release (exclusive to retail outlets) May 4, 2010. Wave 2 was to have 50 additional cards in the set, #601-650, along with a selection of cards from the 600-card Series 1 set -- similar to the "High-Number" packs from Upper Deck's early years. However, on March 3, 2010, as part of a settlement with Major League Baseball Properties, Upper Deck agreed not to release any baseball card products currently in development. Wave 2 was never released.

The settlement with MLBP allowed Upper Deck to sell any excess 2010 Upper Deck inventory. As such, this set is considered authorized and licensed by BOTH MLBP and the MLBPA, and the rookie cards are "true."
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Old 06-18-2012, 02:31 PM   #28 (permalink)
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The 2010 Upper Deck Baseball set was released the first week of February, 2010. Upper Deck's license with Major League Baseball Properties (MLBP) expired at the end of 2009, and UD was tight-lipped as to their plans for 2010 -- going as far as not releasing sell-sheets and card prototypes to The Hobby.

In late January, 2010, just a few days before 2010 Upper Deck went live, Upper Deck released their first unlicensed products: "2009" Ultimate Collection and "2009" UD Signature Stars. For continuing to depict MLB players in uniform, UD was shortly thereafter sued by Major League Baseball Properties and Topps for copyright infringement.

2010 Upper Deck Baseball Wave 2, was scheduled for release (exclusive to retail outlets) May 4, 2010. Wave 2 was to have 50 additional cards in the set, #601-650, along with a selection of cards from the 600-card Series 1 set -- similar to the "High-Number" packs from Upper Deck's early years. However, on March 3, 2010, as part of a settlement with Major League Baseball Properties, Upper Deck agreed not to release any baseball card products currently in development. Wave 2 was never released.

The settlement with MLBP allowed Upper Deck to sell any excess 2010 Upper Deck inventory. As such, this set is considered authorized and licensed by BOTH MLBP and the MLBPA, and the rookie cards are "true."
Make more sense now...thanks
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