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2016 Topps Chrome Baseball Complete Set Sapphire Edition offers a limited chromium version of Series 1 and Series 2. Each factory set includes a full base set and 15 parallels.
2016 Topps Strata Baseball returns with the same features that made it a top option in 2015, including the Clearly Authentic relics. Each hobby box contains one autograph and one relic.
2016 Panini Prime Cuts Baseball returns to the diamond as another high-end release for collectors. Hobby boxes include five total hits.
Largely continuing the tradition established in previous years, 2016 Topps Allen & Ginter adds Roman coins and a new batch of non-baseball signers like Kevin Costner to the offbeat release. Each hobby box promises three total hits.
Honoring the 1968 set, 2017 Topps Heritage Baseball brings the past to the present with another nostalgic set. Every hobby box includes one hit and one box topper.
2016 Topps The Mint Baseball pushes the collecting level up a notch with a super high-end offering. Each box includes five on-card autographs.
With a heavy focus on hard-signed content, 2016 Panini Immaculate Baseball marks the debut of on-card rookie autographs for the brand. Each high-end box includes five autographs or relics.
2016 Bowman Inception Baseball is a premium release that focuses on prospects but also covers rookies and veterans. Each hobby box promises five autographs.
Marking the return of the NBCD promotion, 2016 Topps National Baseball Card Day promises free cards for collectors on August 13, 2016.
The Topps National Sports Collectors Convention wrapper redemption features exclusive 2016 Bowman National Refractors Baseball cards. The limited set includes parallels and autograph versions.
Featuring all on-card autographs, 2016 Topps Tribute Baseball is a premium release that includes three signed cards and three relic cards per box.
2016 Topps Finest Baseball returns with a patented look and feel that continues to make it stand out among the many baseball products. Each master box includes a pair of on-card autographs.
2016 Topps Stadium Club Baseball continues its legacy as a photography-focused release with a strong crop of rookies. Each hobby box includes two autographs and several inserts.
2016 Topps Allen & Ginter X Baseball is an online-exclusive edition of the main A&G set. Each box includes one exclusive autograph and 18 mini parallels.
A low-frills take on the new season, 2017 Topps MLB Sticker Collection Baseball features top players, rookies and even mascots in a simple set.
Part two of the flagship release, 2016 Topps Series 2 Baseball picks up from Series 1 with new inserts and an updated checklist. Hobby boxes promise one autograph relic while Jumbo boxes yield one autograph & two relics.
2016 Donruss Optic Baseball brings chromium to the nostalgic Donruss design. In addition to multiple Rated Rookies and Optichrome parallels, each hobby box averages two autographs.
Building on the popular 2015 reboot, 2016 Bowman’s Best Baseball features veterans, rookies and prospects. Each master hobby box includes four autographs.
2016 Topps Pro Debut Baseball takes the flagship design to minor league baseball. Hobby boxes include two autographs and two relics.
2016 Panini Flawless Baseball brings the high-end brand to the sport for the first time. Hobby boxes include six autographs, two relics and two jewel cards.