The 1994 baseball season ended in mid-August due to the failure of the owners and players to reach a new contract deal. I don't want to dwell on the reasons for and the effects of that work stoppage except to remark on one of the least important effects, Topps attempts to produce a set of baseball cards to take advantage of the situation. They produced two in fact, the Topps Cyberstats Parallel and the Stadium Club Virtual Reality Parallel sets. I'm going to deal with the Cyberstats set as I recently acquired the Phillies cards from this set.
Here's what the regular 1995 Topps cards looked like:
Here's the front of the Cyberstat parallel.
dufex background. The logo and the player name are holographic foil. The back is radically different.
There were only 396 cards in the set. They were inserted one per pack of Topps. They are all straight player cards, no All-Star, rookie, or any of the other subsets in 1995 Topps.