2015 Baseball Cards
2015 Bowman Baseball features a bigger prospect checklist to go alongside its many other familiar elements. Chrome Prospect Autographs and Refractors once again highlight the set.
Long one of the cornerstone prospecting products, 2015 Bowman Chrome Baseball delivers a pair of autographs in every hobby box.
2015 Bowman Draft Baseball tackles the 2015 MLB Draft with base, Chrome and autograph cards. Hobby boxes promise one autograph and Jumbo boxes include three.
2015 Bowman Inception Baseball combines stylized designs, prospects and plenty of autographs. Single-pack boxes deliver four autographs and one autographed relic.
After a decade away from the hobby, 2015 Bowman’s Best Baseball returns as a standalone brand. Hobby boxes promise four autographs. The product has a mix of new designs and nods to the past.
2015 Donruss Baseball brings back a mix of old brands, inserts and designs, creating a potpourri of the familiar for those who collected the various Donruss sets in the 1980s and ’90s. Hobby boxes have three total autographs and memorabilia cards.
2015 Leaf Best of Baseball continues as one of the hobby’s first repurchased products. Boxes deliver one high-end item from the past as well as an exclusive card of Red Sox prospect Yoan Morcada.
2015 Leaf Heroes of Baseball focuses on being affordable while delivering a Stan Musial autograph in every box. Each blaster box also has 20 packs of five cards.
Featuring signed baseball cards for Jameis Winston and Yoan Moncada, 2015 Leaf Metal Draft Baseball includes seven autographs per box.
Featuring top high school players, 2015 Leaf Perfect Game National Showcase Baseball is an extreme prospecting experience. Each box includes 25 autographs.
Mixing a quality design and on-card signatures, 2015 Leaf Ultimate Draft Baseball features only autographs in the entire product. The prospect-heavy release includes seven signed cards per box.
2015 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Elite Baseball is a relatively affordable way to collect some of baseball’s top prospects. Each box includes at least one autograph.
2015 Panini Contenders Baseball returns to the hobby with a college theme. The revamped product includes six autographs per box.
2015 Panini Cooperstown Baseball returns with a more premium configuration than years past. Each single-pack box includes a pair of Hall of Fame autographs.
Diamond Kings is back as a standalone set. 2015 Panini Diamond Kings Baseball brings with it an artistic look and the promise of two autographs or memorabilia cards per box. It’s also the first set from the company in a decade to have Babe Ruth on the checklist.
2015 Panini Elite Baseball sees one of the company’s oldest brands return as a standalone set without the Extra Edition name. Hobby boxes include four total autographs and memorabilia cards.
2015 Panini Immaculate Baseball is virtually all autographs and memorabilia cards. Like previous sets for the brand, there’s a bigger focus on unique memorabilia in particular.
2015 Panini Prizm Baseball returns with ample shine, just as much color and a good amount of autographs. Twelve-pack boxes have a pair of signed cards and nine Refractor-like Prizm parallels.
2015 Panini USA Stars and Stripes Baseball breaks down the national team with several elements familiar to the card maker’s other baseball brands. Hobby boxes have four total autographs and memorabilia cards. Inserts include Crusades and Diamond Kings.
2015 Topps ’52 Tribute Baseball is a line of online-exclusive posters and over-sized cards from 18 teams done in the style of 1952 Topps Baseball.
2015 Topps 1993 Finest Metal Wall Art finds its roots in the debut Finest set that was released more than two decades earlier. The limited edition metal prints feature a mix of current players and all-time greats.
For those heading to the 2015 All-Star FanFest in Cincinnati, Topps will be on hand with several exclusive cards. Find out what’s available and how to get them.
2015 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball marks the brand’s tenth anniversary since its revival. Like it has for the past ten years, the product mixes old-time designs, wacky inserts, autographs and memorabilia.
Once again reaching into the past, 2015 Topps Archives Baseball is a nostalgic trip through the hobby. Boxes come with a pair of on-card autographs.
The 2015 Topps Baseball Complete Set – Hobby Edition is for collectors who really just want a full set of 2015 Topps Baseball. The factory set has all 700 cards plus five exclusive Orange parallels.
2015 Topps Cardboard Icons Baseball reprint entire Topps Baseball runs of popular players as over-sized cards. Featuring a new player each week, Ernie Banks is the latest addition.
Collectors expect big things from Carlos Correa and the young shortstop now has exclusive 10×14 acetate prints. The large wall pieces showcase an oversized version of his 2013 Bowman card and include several parallels.
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball once again mixes shiny chromium card stock, Refractors and rookie autographs. Hobby boxes have a pair of signed cards while jumbo boxes have five.
2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball is the sophomore release of the card maker’s ultra-premium product. Boxes have one high-end autographed patch, retired-star autographed dual relic or cut signature.
2015 Topps Finest Baseball continues with the brand’s tradition of offering cards that look a lot different than anything else on the market. The mini-box configuration continues with each master box promising a pair of autographs.
Although it’s not a traditional trading card set, 2015 Topps Fire Baseball prints capture the same intense and stylized look as the brand’s football debut. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist, Tyson Beck.
While it still boasts the same high-end content, 2015 Topps Five Star Baseball has been reconfigured to make boxes more manageable. Each box comes with a pair of autographs or autographed relics.
The Queen’s reign extends to another year. 2015 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball once again promises a pair of autographs and two memorabilia cards in every hobby box.
2015 Topps Heritage ’51 Collection Baseball brings back the 1951 Topps Baseball design with premium factory set format. Each one comes with a 104-card set, an autograph and 21 parallels.
2015 Topps Heritage Baseball brings the hobby back to 1966. Other than design, not much changes from previous years. Hobby boxes have one autograph or memorabilia card.
2015 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball removes the box set format of the previous few years. Instead it returns to a more traditional pack-based format. Hobby boxes have either an autograph or memorabilia card.
2015 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball mixes old designs with today’s prospects. Taking from the 1966 Topps Baseball design, boxes of the retro-styled product have two autographs and one relic card.
For those that are up for the challenge, 2015 Topps High Tek Baseball returns with wild designs mixing foil, acetate and plenty of patterns. Single-pack boxes come with one autograph.
It didn’t take long for Kris Bryant to get his first Topps online-exclusives. The card maker has released over-sized acrylic reprints of his 2014 Bowman card.
Back for a third year on the diamond, 2015 Topps MLB Chipz is an affordable oddball product that blends poker chips and baseball cards.
The over-sized 2015 Topps MLB Star Wars Tribute cards are online exclusives that bring the iconic 1977 Topps Star Wars design to baseball. The limited-edition release includes ten players.
Current stars, legends and mascots come together for 2015 Topps MLB Stickers. The low-cost collection offers a hands-on introduction to the hobby.
2015 Topps Museum Collection Baseball returns with a familiar configuration that has a hit in every pack. Box hits include an autographed relic, on-card autograph, jumbo relic and quad relic.
2015 Topps Opening Day Baseball caters to the more basic elements of collecting with a manageable base set, a few inserts and the possibility for autographs and relics. Each box yields 36 inserts, including Mascot cards.
2015 Topps Pro Debut Baseball is the flagship take on minor league baseball. Hobby boxes include two autographs and two relics.
2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball brings a bigger checklist and a new base set design that doesn’t rely on white borders. Get a detailed look at what’s traditionally the most popular set of baseball cards of the year.
2015 Topps Series 2 Baseball expands the main set by another 350 cards, bringing it to 700 total. Hobby boxes have the standard one autograph or relic card while jumbo boxes have one autograph and two relics.
2015 Topps Spring Fever Baseball is the annual promo set designed for hobby shops to give out around the release of Topps Series 1. Get a full checklist, autograph quantities and more.
2015 Topps Stadium Club Baseball puts the focus on photography once again. At the same time it switches up the configuration from the previous year, going back to more traditional boxes. Each hobby box has a pair of autographs.
A new standalone MLB product, 2015 Topps Strata Baseball presents the popular design as a hit-only release. The product features two hits per box and autographs are signed on-card. Particularly noteworthy, the Clearly Authentic inserts all include an MLB Authentication sticker.
2015 Topps Supreme Baseball sees the return of an all-autograph configuration. Each box has two cards. Unlike the previous year where everything used stickers, on-card signatures are mixed in.
2015 Topps Tier One Baseball is back as an all-hits product. Each box comes with a pair of autographs, most of which are signed on-card, and one relic card.
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.
Now in its tenth season, 2015 Topps Triple Threads Baseball sticks with a similar format that mixes lots of low-numbered autographs and memorabilia cards.
2015 Topps Update Series Baseball adds another 400 cards to the flagship line, focusing largely on rookies and players in new uniforms.
2015 Toronto Blue Jays Fire Safety Baseball is one of the most comprehensive team sets of the year for Canada’s lone MLB team. Distributed regionally, it’s also not the easiest to track down.