Baseball Card Sets
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Regarded by many as one of the most attractive sets of all-time, 1953 Bowman Baseball includes a strong checklist of all-time greats. The release includes separate checklists for color and black and white cards.
1957 Topps Baseball is highlighted by a potent checklist. It includes rookie cards of such greats as Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson and Don Drysdale.
2013 Panini Golden Age Baseball is the sequel to last year’s eclectic lineup of baseball, pop culture and an updated take on several old-time sets. Every box includes an autograph, a memorabilia card and several inserts.
2013 Leaf Just Vault Baseball is filled with autographs. Each box comes with 12 Just Minors buyback cards, most of which are autographs, and a sealed box of 2007 Just Rookies that has another 12 autographs.
2013 Super Box Series 2 is a different sort of box-opening experience. The buyback product features cards and memorabilia that cover the history of the game. Highlights include vintage cards, high-grade modern cards, autographs and signed memorabilia.
Continuing with the theme of “The Chase,” 2013 Topps Series 2 Baseball expands upon the most widely collected set in the hobby. Hobby boxes promise either an autograph or relic. Jumbo boxes have one autograph and two relics.
Focusing on the past the the present of the national program, 2013 Panini USA Baseball Champions has five hits in every hobby box including a trio of autographs.
2013 Topps Archives Baseball sees the return of the retro-themed set. With designs from several sets from the past, hobby boxes promise a pair of Fan Favorites autographs.
In its sophomore season, 2013 Topps Museum Collection delivers a high-end autograph or memorabilia card in every pack. The checklist boasts a broad mix of current stars and baseball legends.
2013 Topps Big League Minis vinyl figures marks the debut of a line of 3″ collectible toys. The initial set features 28 top MLB players plus rare variations. Get the full lineup, details, variant info and more.
2013 Bowman Baseball marks the 65th anniversary of the brand. Traditionally one of the top sets for prospectors, hobby boxes deliver one autograph and lots of the game’s future stars.
2013 Topps Tribute Baseball sticks to the formula that’s worked in the past: a low-numbered relic per pack, lots of past stars and an attractive design. New innovations include autograph cards printed on wood, baseballs, bases and gloves.
2013 Topps MLB Sticker Collection proves that collecting can still be simple and without any frills. The 315-sticker set includes current stars, mascots and legends.
2013 Topps Opening Day Baseball is about the fun of collecting. A simple base set is complimented by several insert sets. New to the release are a handful of Mascot Autographs.
2013 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects Series 1 combines prospecting, autographs and technology. Every pack comes with an autograph. Cards are enhanced by QR codes on the back that link to additional online content.
2013 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball returns with another retro-style design. Hobby boxes deliver two autographs and two relic cards. They also come with 10 exclusive mini cards. The set debuts a handful of new high-end inserts.
2013 Topps Heritage Baseball takes collectors back to 1964. While boxes still promise one autograph or memorabilia card, signatures promise to fall twice as often.
An annual favorite for prospectors, 2011 Bowman is a prime option for Bryce Harper collectors. Hobby boxes offer one autograph per box.
2012 Panini Prizm Baseball sees the chromium-style brand make its diamond debut with two autographs and three Prizm parallels in every hobby box.
2013 Leaf Power Showcase Baseball combines prospecting, home runs and autographs. Featuring the game’s best high school power hitters, every box includes 12 autographs. All are numbered to 50 or less.