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2014 Topps Heritage Baseball sees the perennial brand focus on 1965, both in design and in content. Hobby boxes once again deliver one autograph or relic card.
1965 Topps Embossed Baseball is one of the stranger and most distinct inserts of the era. It’s also extremely affordable. The 72-card checklist includes Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron.
2013 Bowman Chrome Mini Baseball takes most of the year’s Bowman Chrome prospects and rookies and shrinks them down. Each factory set includes 330 cards plus a minimum of 30 Refractors.
2014 Topps Tribute Baseball sees the return of the high-end brand that balances modern technology with classic players and themes. Every box includes four autographs and two relic cards, all numbered to 99 or less.
Back on the diamond for the first time in nearly a decade, 2014 Donruss Baseball brings back plenty of familiar names. Hobby boxes include two autographs, a memorabilia card and lots of inserts.
The online-exclusive from Topps returns with 2014 Topps Turkey Red Baseball. Each box includes ten base cards and one autograph.
2014 Topps MLB Sticker Collection offers a simple way to collect, especially for young collectors and those on a budget. The set has more than 300 stickers, including veterans, legends and mascots.
2014 Famous Fabrics Big Apple Baseball looks at New York’s rich history with the sport. Every box has a one-of-one cut signature and either a sketch card or game-used memorabilia card.
2014 Topps Series 1 Baseball focuses on baseball’s new generation of stars. Using the theme, “The Future Is Now,” rookie content runs throughout the base set and inserts. Hobby boxes have one autograph or relic while jumbo boxes deliver one autograph and two relic cards.
1954 Red Heart Baseball is one of the few products to be released in conjunction with dog food. The classic set includes Mickey Mantle and Stan Musial.
2014 Bowman Chrome Baseball is going through some changes. These include new inserts and Refractors. However, the biggest adjustment is the promise of two autographs per hobby box instead of one.
2010 Topps Update is the final chapter in the 2010 Topps Baseball Trilogy. Stephen Strasburg’s rookie card headlines the wrap-up product, along with multiple All-Star Stitches inserts, new SP variations and more.
Once one of the crown jewels of 1980s baseball card sets, 1986 Donruss Baseball isn’t worth what it once was. That said, it has a strong checklist of rookies that includes Jose Canseco, Fred McGriff, Andres Galarraga and Paul O’Neill.
2010 Topps Series 2 Baseball continues where Series 1 left off and also includes several new additions, such as History of the World Series, Vintage Legends Collection, Topps 2020, Red Hot Rookie Redemptions and Create Your Own Sketch Cards.
2010 Topps Series 1 Baseball looks at the game’s past, present, and future. In addition to autograph, relic, and insert cards, SP variations add a chase for collectors centered around the unlikely trio of baseball legends, pies and Abraham Lincoln.
2011 Topps Series 2 Baseball picks up where Series 1 left off. The Diamond Anniversary is still the focus and a new slate of Diamond Sparkle variations offer an intriguing chase. Hobby boxes promise 1 autograph or relic and Jumbo boxes yield 1 autographs and 2 relics.
2014 Leaf Legends of the Diamond Baseball is a mix of old and new. Each box includes a graded vintage card from a Hall of Famer or notable snub along with a new art card.
2011 Topps celebrates it’s Diamond Anniversary through a 60-year retrospective of both the hobby and the game of baseball. All the bells and whistles of past Topps sets will be present with a slew of celebratory aspects, including the Diamond Giveaway, Legends and Diamond Sparkle variations, and plenty of autographs.
Sticking largely with what has worked in the past, 2014 Topps Triple Threads Baseball once again delivers four low-numbered hits in every box. High-end autograph and memorabilia cards continue to be the big draw.
Available only in Asia, the hit-centered 2013 Topps Supreme Baseball includes two autographs per hobby box and 40 autographs per case.