The baseball card game has changed a lot over the past two decades. Manufacturers have come, gone, come back again. The way we collect has fundamentally changed - well, unless you've been collecting vintage the entire time.
And while some of the cool quirks of the hobby- like Die Cut cards - have made a comeback in recent years, others haven't.
And by others, I'm speaking specifically about 3-d cards. The most famous (and coolest) was undoubtedly Action Packed, who managed to secure licenses for NLF cards, wrestling cards, minor league cards, and a legends set. But never the good ole current players.
But collectors weren't entire deprived of those three dimensions of awesome.
Topps released Embossed
Apparently the set was so unspectacular that I can't even find it in my 2001 Beckett Encyclopedia. But it exists. I swear.