Baseball Card Sets
Browse our database of baseball card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and baseball card price comparisons.
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1953 Bowman Color Baseball was the first baseball card set to boast full color photography. It also contains Stan Musial’s first major card.
Upper Deck’s legendary cut signature product returns to the hobby this June, featuring a slimmed down checklist that cuts straight to the hits. The checklist is highlighted by legendary leaders from yesteryear including George Washington, JFK, Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. Each $200-$250 box of 2011 SP Legendary Cuts will deliver one Cut Signature.
Product Details Set Checklist Hot Auctions Product Details The 1934 Goudey Baseball set was endorsed by both Lou Gehrig and Hank Greenberg. Gehrig is the focal point of the set, with his face appearing on the bottom of 84 of the set’s 96 cards. The other player who endorsed the set was Hank Greenberg, whose [...]
1933 Goudey Baseball was the first baseball card set ever to be paired with bubblegum and sold by the pack. It remains a favorite among collectors to this day.
2011 Topps Triple Threads details, card gallery, highlights, hot auctions, price comparison and other information. The set returns for another season of high-end baseball card hijinks, this time packing double the hits per box and several intriguing new additions.
Pursuit returns this April for another season of baseball card prospecting. Early names on the checklist include Mike Trout, Manny Machado, Jameson Taillon and Wil Myers. Each $75 hobby box delivers 6 autographs, 5 numbered cards, 5 short prints and 2 Obak Preview cards.
Attax returns for another season of strategy based baseball card fun. 2011 Topps Attax features new card design, new packaging and a revamped and expanded game format that now includes base hits, base running, fielding and bag swiping. Attax is currently slated to release in late April of this year.
Let the search for Shoeless Joe Jackson begin! 2011 Leaf Cut Signature Sports Icons Update delivers 2 cut signatures and 1 Joe Jackson card in every $150-$200 hobby box. Four lucky collectors will pull a “Four Leaf Clover” card, with one winning a Shoeless Joe Jackson cut signature worth an estimated $70,000 at the 2011 National Convention!
Gypsy Queen Baseball is a first year baseball card offering modeled after the 1887 N174 set with the same name. From early pictures and details, Gypsy Queen is built in the mold of Topps’ franchise flashback product Allen & Ginter, rather than other old tyme offerings like Heritage and T206. 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen is set to hit hobby store shelves in late April of next year featuring 4 hits and plenty of oddities per 24-pack hobby box.
Topps Tribute returns for a third season of high-end, old school baseball card action this April. The product promises to be an improvement over past incarnations with the addition of book cards and a host of other intriguing new cards. 2011 Topps Tribute will deliver 6 hits and is expected to carry a box price of around $250.
In the Game, better known for hockey cards ventures into the world of minor league baseball this January with the release of their hit-centric 2011 Heroes & Prospects Series 1. Every card in ITG’s high-end prospect product features an autograph, piece of memorabilia or both.
2011 Topps Heritage returns for another season of old school fun this March. The latest installment of Heritage pays homage to the wood bordered 1962 Topps set. Each 24-pack box of 2011 Topps Heritage will deliver 1 relic or auto and plenty of intriguing inserts, parallels and short prints.
2011 Topps Opening Day is a low-end baseball card offering geared toward kids and collectors looking to get a jump on the 2011 baseball card season. New in 2011 are intentional errors, glow-in-the-dark cards, and 3-D cards.
Each 2010 Topps USA Baseball boxed set delivers a complete 65-card base set, 5 autographed cards, 2 autographed relic cards, and 3 additional relics for around $80. USA Baseball features a handful of the nation’s premier high school and collegiate baseball stars and is slated to hit hobby store shelves this December.
Bowman Sterling is back for another season of high end prospecting. This year’s addition is bolstered by the strongest MLB Rookie Class in years and the addition of USA Baseball to the lineup. The 20-hit per box Sterling is set to hit hobby store shelves in late December.
2010 Bowman Draft is the same prospect heavy product we’ve seen in the past, but this year’s set will take full advantage of Topps’ agreement with USA Baseball, featuring Team USA 16 and Under Autographs.
Bowman Platinum is a brand new end of the season “prospecting” product that comes in at a relitively low price point and appears to offer prospectors plenty of intriguing cards. The Six Auto Book cards, the Strasburg/Heyward Dual Relic Auto, and my personal favorite, the inclusion of Miguel Sano add up to what should be a pretty cool prospecting product.
Elite is second to only Bowman Chrome when it comes to high quality prospecting cards. Last season Elite was one of the season’s best products and there is no reason 2010 can’t deliver more of the same.
Each pack of the high-end Sterling has a “theme” printed on it, a few of this years themes include “Rookie Phenoms”, “First Hall Of Fame Class”, and “The Five Ring Club”. If you fancy yourself a Baseball Historian, this product is definitely something worth looking into come November.
Obak celebrates their 100th anniversary with the introduction of T212 Mini Auto’s and names like Heyward, Strasburg, Bench, and Ripken.