2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball Cards

2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball Cards


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2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball blends future and retro. The checklist is made up of the game's up-and-coming players while the design takes from 1965 Topps Baseball (or 2014 Topps Heritage for the cynics). Similar to previous years, boxes promise a pair of autographs and either a game-used or manufactured relic.

The 2014 Topps Heritage Minor League base set has 200 cards. All are prospects. Adding a bit of a challenge are 25 short prints that take a complete set up to 225 cards. Parallels include Lime Green, numbered Black, Blue (1/1) and Printing Plates. There are also 25 variations.

Real One Autographs offer plenty of ink. Unlike the on-card signatures used in the MLB version of Heritage, these appear as though they'll use stickers. Numbered parallels include Black, Red, Orange, Printing Plates and Blue (1/1). Real One Dual Autographs are also randomly inserted.

Game-used relics fall under the Clubhouse Collection banner. Beside Black and Blue (1/1) parallels, there are numbered Patch and Autographed Patch cards.

Hat Patches are manufactured relics that use the distinct and sometimes quirky logos found on MiLB caps. The set has 50 cards.

Baseball Flashbacks are the only basic inserts in 2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball. These highlight recent accomplishments and minor league milestones.

The Make Your Pro Debut promotion returns. The grand prize is a one-day contract with a minor league team and a card in 2015 Topps Heritage Minor League.

Estimated Release Date: 9/10/14
Product Configuration: 24 packs per box, 9 cards per pack
Price Point: Low-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Prospectors, Set Builders, Heritage Fans

2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball Box Break

  • 2 Autographs
  • 1 Game-Used or Manufactured Relic Card
  • 216 Total Cards

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