The 2007 Topps Updates & Highlights Baseball checklist is largely filled with rookies and late-season roster moves. Like the 2007 flagship Topps sets, the main set is overshadowed by short prints and variations.
2007 Baseball Cards
The Boston Red Sox added a second championship in four seasons during the 2007 MLB season, which also marked the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s historic entry to the game. 2007 baseball cards, on the other hand, had another down year.
While his popularity has dipped a bit, Tim Lincecum leads the 2007 rookie class. Top prospect cards can be found for Madison Bumgarner, Trevor Cahill, and Jason Heyward.
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A bland design, weak rookie crop and repetitive inserts make 2007 Topps Baseball one of the company’s less-desirable flagship sets. The most notable card in the set is the Derek Jeter, which had Mickey Mantle and George W. Bush added to the background.
Autographs and Refractors highlight 2007 Bowman Draft Picks & Baseball. Focusing almost entirely on rookies, prospects and draft picks, the set combines the Bowman and Bowman Chrome brands. Get full info, including a complete checklist and buying guide.
Because of evolving rookie card rules and definitions, 2007 Bowman Chrome Baseball is split between a base set and Prospect inserts. Key autographs include Tim Lincecum, Joba Chamberlain and Dellin Betances.
Product Reviews Product Details Product Reviews 2007 Upper Deck Masterpiece is one of the most underrated and original baseball cards sets of 2007. Overshadowed by flashier brands such as SPX, Bowman Chrome, Triple Threads and Upperdeck Premier, many collectors missed this great product. The 2007 offering of Masterpiece is flat out one of the best [...]