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1972 Kellogg’s Baseball marks the third consecutive year the cereal maker produced a set of 3-D cards. Willie May, Roberto Clemente and Pete Rose are among the big names on the 54-card checklist.
1913 T200 Fatima Baseball cards were originally found via Fatima cigarette packages and remain an appealing choice for vintage collectors. The set features a detailed look at all 16 major league teams of the time.
Originally found as a promotion in a sports newspaper, 1910-11 M116 Sporting Life Baseball was released in multiple groups during 1910 and 1911. The attractive set features cards for several Hall of Fame players, including Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner.
1987 Donruss Baseball was a good year for the brand. Besides a solid design, the set includes rookie cards of Greg Maddux, Barry Larkin and Rafael Palmeiro.
Similar to the previous year’s set, 1915 Cracker Jack Baseball remains very popular with vintage collectors. Because it’s more readily available, a greater number of collectors chase the complete set. Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Joe Jackson are some of the key cards.
1914 Cracker Jack Baseball is an all-time hobby classic. The vintage checklist includes baseball greats like Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Walter Johnson, as well as many other legends of the diamond.
1912 C46 Baseball was one of the earliest Canadian-issued sets to include only baseball players and stands out from other sets of the era based on its intricate design elements. The 90-card checklist features players from the International League and key options for Joe McGinnity and Joe Kelley.
One of the all-time great sets in the hobby, 1887 N28 Allen & Ginter Baseball helped inspire one of the modern hobby’s most popular brands. Besides baseball players, the classic set also has athletes from other sports.
Part of a large minor league set released over three years, 1909-11 T212 Obak Baseball cards are some of the most popular Pacific Coast League cards for collectors. Key cards include Chick Gandil, Buck Weaver and Ten Million.
Facing the fallout of the MLB strike, 1995 Upper Deck Baseball added interactive elements in the form of Predictors to entice collectors back. The base set has a minimalist design and not many top rookie cards.
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.
1949 Bowman Baseball isn’t regarded as the most attractive set ever, but it does have a potent checklist. Highlights include rookie cards of Roy Campanella and Duke Snider as well as early cards of Jackie Robinson and Satchel Paige.
1955 Johnston Cookies Baseball is a popular regional issue highlighting the top players (and travel secretary) of the Milwaukee Braves. Checklist highlights include Hank Aaron and Warren Spahn.
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.
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.
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 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.
2001 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Baseball upped the ante on high-end sets at the time. Besides having one of two autographed Ichiro Suzuki rookie cards, the Japanese sensation has a memorabilia card in every box.
2001 Topps Heritage Baseball launched one of the most popular baseball card brands. Done in the style of 1952 Topps, it also solidified retro-themed sets as a hobby mainstay.