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Filling in the gaps from the main Heritage checklist, 2014 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball is a factory set that includes a 100-card base set along with one on-card autograph.
2014 Panini Classics Baseball centers on several generations of baseball stars. Boxes come with two autographs and two memorabilia cards. The set is notable for having the first memorabilia cards of Roger Bresnehan, Gabby Hartnett and Bob Meusel.
2014 Panini Hall of Fame 75th Anniversary Baseball brings with it a checklist that’s all Cooperstown inductees. Boxes come with two autographs and a handful of inserts that should be familiar to a lot of collectors.
2014 Topps Chrome Update Series Baseball is back as an exclusive to specially marked retail Holiday Mega Boxes. Each has a pair of Chrome Update packs.
1990 Bowman Baseball might be wildly over-printed, but it has a clean look and a strong rookie card checklist. Frank Thomas, Juan Gonzalez, Larry Walker and Sammy Sosa are among the first-year standouts.
2014 Panini Prizm Perennial Draft Picks Baseball tackles baseball’s prospects. Hobby boxes have three on-card autographs and five Prizm parallels, three of which are numbered.
2014 Topps Update Series Baseball brings the flagship set to a close with updated rookies, traded players and in-season highlights. Hobby boxes have one autograph or relic card while jumbo boxes have three hits.
1989 Bowman Baseball marked the return of the iconic brand after a more than 40-year absence. The cards themselves are notable for their over-sized dimensions and the inclusion of a Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card on the checklist.
2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball focuses on the stars of the future with a look from the past. Each hobby box includes three hits.
When it comes to food-issue sets, 1961 Post Baseball is one of the most popular of all-time. Take a detailed look at the set, including a full checklist and a classic cartoon commercial starring Bugs Bunny.
While the set itself isn’t spectacular, 1981 Donruss Baseball helped usher in a new era in the hobby. The checklist is led by the Tim Raines rookie card.
2014 Topps Stadium Baseball marks the second revival of the photography-focused brand. The hobby-only product includes three autographs per box.
2003 Topps Tribute World Series Edition Baseball is a high-end look at the history of the World Series. The hit-per-pack product includes relics from Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson and more.
2014 Leaf Metal Draft Baseball returns as an all-autograph release. Highlights include signatures from several top 2014 draft picks and Leaf Memories Buyback Autographs.
1948 Bowman Baseball marks the first time the card maker made a set of baseball cards. The landmark issue includes rookie cards of Stan Musial, Yogi Berra and Warren Spahn.
2014 Leaf Perfect Game Showcase Baseball is a long-term prospecting proposition. Each box has 25 autographs from top high school players.
2014 Leaf Cal Ripken Ironman Signature Collection is an all-autograph release that focuses entirely on the Orioles legend. Boxes have an exclusive autograph as well as an autographed aftermarket card.
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.
1993 Bowman Baseball doesn’t have quite the same prestige as the previous year’s set. However, it does include rookie cards of both Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte.
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.