The Living Set is made up of a mix of Retired Legends, Current Veterans, and Rookies. From inception through 3/6/19, the vast majority of players are current veterans.
26% of featured players were rookies. Many, but not all weeks had a rookie as part of the three player bundle, and there were no weeks that had more than one rookie.
Similarly, there have been no weeks which had more than one Retired Legend.
The Yankees are the team which has been featured the most and has sold the most total cards. They have the second highest average sales per card.
Ronald Acuna had the highest selling card (46,809) and raises the average of the Atlanta Braves to 12,347 which gives them the highest per card sales average.
Rookies drive sales as the teams with the biggest rookies from 2018 have the four highest team sales averages.
Total card sales are 934,329 or an average of 6,107 per card. The average has been steadily falling week over week, and Mariano Rivera as card number 136 was the only player since Babe Ruth (at card #100) which had sales higher than the rolling average.
As we approached the One Year Anniversary of the set, cards 144, 149, 150, and 153 had sales below 3,000. This was the first time that happened since #6 Nick Markakis in Week 2.
The lowest rolling average was in Week 2 and it peaked with the release of Juan Soto as card 43. Since then the rolling average has steadily declined to its current level of 6,107.
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