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2016 Bowman Inception Baseball is a premium release that focuses on prospects but also covers rookies and veterans. Each hobby box promises five autographs.
Offering near-instant gratification for MLB collectors, 2016 Topps Now Baseball features exclusive cards that document the key events of the previous day within a limited sales period. This guide will be regularly updated with new cards and prints runs.
Part two of the flagship release, 2016 Topps Series 2 Baseball picks up from Series 1 with new inserts and an updated checklist. Hobby boxes promise one autograph relic while Jumbo boxes yield one autograph & two relics.
2016 Topps Stadium Club Baseball continues its legacy as a photography-focused release with a strong crop of rookies. Each hobby box includes two autographs and several inserts.
2016 Panini Flawless Baseball brings the high-end brand to the sport for the first time. Hobby boxes include six autographs, two relics and two jewel cards.
2016 Topps All-Star FanFest Baseball gives collectors something to chase at the FanFest event in San Diego. See full details on the exclusive cards and how to obtain them.
2016 Topps Throwback Thursday Baseball goes back in time with a limited, weekly release that features previous Topps designs for current MLB players. This guide will be regularly updated with new cards and print runs.
2016 Topps Update Series Baseball brings the flagship collecting season to a close with another batch of base cards and a focus on key 2016 rookies as well as those on new teams.
Featuring two autographs and one relic per box, 2016 Topps Tier One Baseball returns as a hobby-only release with high-end signatures and memorabilia cards. There is also a limited Asia Edition with some exclusive cards.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball switches things up with only a Jumbo Hobby box format available. Each box offers three autographs plus plenty of Chrome in every pack.
With a heavy focus on hard-signed content, 2016 Panini Immaculate Baseball marks the debut of on-card rookie autographs for the brand. Each high-end box includes five autographs or relics.
2016 Topps Archives Baseball looks back at the 1953, 1979 and 1991 Topps designs in the annual throwback release. Hobby boxes feature two autographs and a big addition is the Bull Durham inserts and autographs that include Kevin Costner as Crash Davis.
2016 Topps New Era Baseball offers collectors Topps cards in exchange for LIDS New Era hat purchases. The limited promo includes top names such as Bryce Harper and Buster Posey and features rare autographs and relics.
A key release for prospecting, 2016 Bowman Baseball returns with all the bells and whistles collectors have come to expect, including Chrome Prospect Autographs and many Refractor parallels. Hobby boxes promise one autograph.
2016 Topps Pro Debut Baseball takes the flagship design to minor league baseball. Hobby boxes include two autographs and two relics.
2016 Topps Finest Baseball returns with a patented look and feel that continues to make it stand out among the many baseball products. Each master box includes a pair of on-card autographs.
2015 Topps Tribute Baseball once again focuses on autographs and memorabilia of current and past stars. Boxes of the high-end product promise three on-card autographs and three memorabilia cards.
2016 Fanatics Authentic Under Wraps Series 1 Autographed Baseball offers autograph seekers a mystery box that contains a signed baseball. Chase baseballs include 24K Gold and Game-Used editions.
2016 Topps High Tek Baseball again offers a one-pack format with one autograph per box and only acetate cards. Although the release is fairly simple, multiple patterns give collectors plenty to chase.
A blast from the past, 2016 Topps Gold Label Baseball is back with the same quality collectors first experienced. A modern twist comes with the framed, on-card autograph found in every hobby box.