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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.
2012 Topps Pro Debut marks the third year that Topps has been the exclusive manufacturer for MiLB baseball cards. Boxes of the reasonably priced product promise two autographs and two relic cards. Collectors can also chase short prints, numbered parallels and more.
One of the hobby’s most rooted traditions, the 2012 Topps Baseball Complete Set Hobby Edition comes with all Series 1 and Series 2 base cards plus a pack of five exclusive Orange parallels.
One of the all-time great sets in the hobby, 1888 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.
2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball sees Upper Deck return to the diamond with an all-autograph series. Every pack comes with three autographs including one multi-signed card or manufactured patch autograph.
2012 Topps Series 2 Baseball is the traditional second dose of the trademark flagship set. Topps continues with a gold theme for many of its inserts. Autographs and relic cards fall at a combined rate of one per hobby box.
Cutting directly to the chase, 2012 Topps Tier One is a hits-only release. Three-card boxes promise two autographs and one relic card. Mixing current and past stars, highlights include all on-card autographs, bat knobs, jumbo patch cards and much more.
1997 Bowman Chrome Baseball helped bring rookie cards back to the forefront of the hobby. Led by rookie cards of Roy Halladay, Lance Berkman and others, it remains one of the best modern baseball card sets.
Outside of Evan Longoria and Clayton Kershaw Bowman Chrome autographs, 2006 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects Baseball is an overall weak release for the brand. However, there are a couple of dark horses collectors can watch for. And, as always, Refractor rainbows remain a popular choice.
One of the greatest sets of the 1990s, 1992 Bowman Baseball is highlighted by a massive rookie card checklist. Key cards include Mariano Rivera, Mike Piazza, Manny Ramirez, Chipper Jones and Pedro Martinez.
2012 Topps Archives see the return of the nostalgic brand that puts new photos on classic designs. Fan Favorites Autographs are one of the set’s main draws. The set also includes buybacks and inserts based on old Topps sets.
2005 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects is one of the most loaded sets in the modern hobby. Mixing Bowman and Bowman Chrome, key rookie cards include Ryan Braun, Jacob Ellsbury, Jered Weaver and Ricky Romero.
Other than a few cosmetic changes, 2012 Bowman Baseball sticks with what’s made it one of the most popular brands in the hobby. Once again collectors can expect rookies and prospects galore and a ton of parallels and refractors to chase. Bowman Black autographs debut.
2004 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects checklist, set info, key cards, card gallery, reviews, boxes for sale and much more. Key rookie cards include autographs of Phil Hughes, Homer Bailey and Gio Gonzalez.
2012 Topps Museum Collection Baseball explores both baseball’s past and present with an impressive checklist that includes Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Albert Pujols and Matt Moore. Collectors can expect one premium hit per pack such as on-card autographs and jumbo relics.
Following on the success of last year’s release, 2012 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball includes two autographs, two relics and 34 mini cards per hobby box. Collectors can expect a mix of modern stars and all-time legends like Willie Mays, Babe Ruth and Sandy Koufax.
2011 Limited Baseball sees the return of the popular brand with the high-end production values that made it popular in the mid-90s. Seven-card boxes come with three hits, including at least two autographs. Gold- and silver-embedded signature cards are among the set’s other highlights.
2012 Onyx Authenticated Platinum Prospects marks the debut baseball card product from the memorabilia company. Six-pack boxes promise a minimum of three autographs. The checklist includes Bubba Starling, Jameson Taillon, Kaleb Cowart and the first pack-inserted cards of Jose Campos.
2011 Playoff Prime Cuts digs deep into the history of baseball, boasting high-end hits from several eras of the game’s best. Single-pack boxes come with five cards, at least two of which are autographs.
Likely to be one of the most popular sets of the year, 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball heads back to 1963, the year of the JFK assassination and Martin Luther King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Hobby boxes include one hit, eight short prints and several inserts.