2000 Topps Major League Baseball Cards come with 36 packs per hobby box, 11 cards per pack.
There are 478 cards in the set, 239 cards in series 1, 240 in series 2.
The theme of 2000 Topps was Mark McGwire and Hank Aaron. Mark McGwire had just hit his 500th home run in 1999, and was coming off of an all-time high 70-homer season in 1998 and a 65-homer season in 1999. Of course, the assumption was that Hank Aaron’s 755 career home runs record was in jeopardy because of Mark McGwire…
The box top has pictures of “Record-Holding Sluggers Mark McGwire and Hank Aaron”. The box advertises “Randomly Inserted: Hank Aaron & Mark McGwire Reprints”.
National League All-Topps Team cards were featured in series 1 packs, while American League All-Topps Team cards were featured in series 2 packs.
Look for MVP Game/Sweepstakes cards randomly inserted (No purchase necessary. See pack for details.)
Series 2 also featured Topps Combos.
SERIES 1 ODDS
Approximate odds per pack of finding (Subsets in green are likely to be found in every hobby box): Power Players 1:8; All-Topps National League Team 1:12; Perennial All-Stars 1:18; 21st Century Topps 1:18; Hank Aaron Reprint 1:18; Hands of Gold 1:18; McGwire 1985 Reprint 1:36; Hank Aaron Chrome Reprint 1:72; Hank Aaron Chrome Reprint Refractor 1:288; MVP Promo Card 1:510.
SERIES 2 ODDS
Approximate odds per pack of finding (Subsets in green are likely to be found in every hobby box): Own the Game 1:12; All Topps American League Team 1:12; Topps Combos 1:18; Hank Aaron Reprint 1:18; Topps All-Time Active Rookie Team 1:36; Hank Aaron Chrome Reprint 1:72; Hank Aaron Chrome Reprint Refractor 1:288; MVP Promo Card 1:378.
Key rookies include Brett Myers/Ryan Christenson, Mike Lamb/Joe Crede, and Barry Zito/Ben Sheets.
Other key cards include Mark McGwire, Cal Ripken, Derek Jeter, Roger Clemens, and Barry Bonds.